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During its 75-year history, Kangol's caps have been on the heads of everyone from squaddies to Princess Diana to LL Cool J. The label just keeps staying ahead of the game, as Emma Akbareian explains
Sports brand New Era may have started out in the bleachers, but it has become part of the street uniform
With 007 back on our screens this weekend, it's time to a look at the best gadgets from half a century of Bond movies.
Her legendary style was the antithesis of the stereotypical Italian look. For Anna Piaggi, sartorial paradise was not to be found in exquisite understatement, unadulterated luxury or the clashing of a few Florentine patterns.
Londoners got a surprise on their way to work yesterday. Overnight, 21 famous statues in the capital, including William Shakespeare, Queen Victoria, Franklin Roosevelt and Sir Winston Churchill, had been given a jazzy makeover by Britain's most talented milliners.
The fashion police were out in force today to enforce the new dress code at Royal Ascot.
Two romantic runaways from scout camp try to keep ahead of the all-star posse on their trail
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Surrealists loved a joke, but this A-to-Z format takes all the fun out of the Belgian artist and just makes him look arch