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At the time of her suicide in 1971, the photographer Diane Arbus was working on a very personal set of pictures, most of which have never before been published in this country. Tim Hilton introduces them

FASHION: A REVOLUTIONARY OF REALISM

Frank Horvat's naturalistic pictures showed Fifties women as they really were. They also changed the future of fashion photography

In lurve with London all over again

London: hey! It's swinging! It's groovy! Not since Sixties chicksfrolicked down Carnaby Street has the capital been so cool - or so say the American fashion glossies.

The model princess who swapped glitz for culture

MISSING PERSONS NO. 25 Princess Elizabeth Bagaaya of Toro

Get out your gardening gloves

Designers have succumbed to the greenhouse effect, and floral prints are springing up everywhere. Marion Hume finds it blooming wonderful

Ghost serves up vampish vision of Thirties

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Young pretenders of England's new model army storm New York

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Frances McLaughlin-Gill made fashion photography into an art-form. Martin Harrison introduces a celebration of her work

Great, on the face of it

The beauty of Richard Avedon's photography is strictly skin deep. Fortunately, says Andrew Graham-Dixon, he has developed an eye for sitters with unusually eloquent skin

In a star-spangled manner

EXHIBITIONS For 50 years, Richard Avedon's photographs have captured the obsessions of America. But not, a major retrospective suggests, its soul

Breast cancer: where fashion comes in

Top American designers are flocking to support a new health campaign. Liesl Schillinger reports

Football: Harper's bazaar

Stenhousemuir 0 Hibernian 4 Harper 50, 77, Tortolano 63, O'Neill 68 Attendance: 2,500

The night of the big wigs

Forget old-style rugs: false hair's fashionable again. Andrew Tuck on n ew party pieces

With a thong in our hearts . . .: Hester Lacey on the Brazilian-style British bottom

INJUDICIOUS flesh-baring is a feature of the British summer; last week, when temperatures hit the nineties, was no exception. Thongs, more usually seen adorning bronzed Brazilian beach bunnies, were sighted on British bottoms.
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