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From copper cushions to silver sinks

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PETER MANDELSON is close to selling his Notting Hill flat. According to agents Marsh & Parsons, Mandy's accepted an offer close to the pounds 785,000 guide price - but his buyer's stuck in a chain...

Obituary: Mark Steinberg

WITH THE death of Mark Steinberg, the King's Road - that enduring symbol of Swinging London - has lost one of its more colourful (some might even say outrageous) characters. Not some celebrity restaurateur or hairdresser, but in fact the American-born maitre d' of Steinberg and Tolkien, a Tardis-like emporium that is home to the most extensive collection of vintage costume and period jewellery in Britain, if not the world. And not just any old costume, but the stuff of dreams.

Secretarial: An absolutely fabulous job

I Work for...; Natasha Boyd works for fiona macintosh, the editor of `Elle'

Shawl or nothing; n THE STYLE POLICE n

The fashion mafia are in ecstasies over pashmina. It's a lot of fuss for a woolly scarf, says James Sherwood

Danish poll haunted by fear of immigration

Growing xenophobia will make many Danes vote against greater integratio n with Europe, writes Katherine Butler in Copenhagen

Real living: Inside... Turning Japanese

Design store Muji was once a Tokyo supermarket brand. Now it's poised to become a household name in the UK, reports Cayte Williams

Style police: Golden brown, texture like sun

Forget all that rubbish about 'pale and interesting'. The latest look is mahogany, so grab your suntan oil, slurp a cocktail and go find that tan

Nice on Stella

Labour wants her advice, women want her clothes, but critics claim that Stella McCartney is little more than a Beatle's daughter. Ian Phillips discovers the truth

THE DEATH OF A ROCK STAR

The coroner's verdict on the death of Michael Hutchence was suicide. But Paula Yates, the singer's girlfriend, claims that other forces were at work. So what really happened on the night of 21 November 1997? And why?

The hidden meaning behind your mascara

Do you see yourself as a natural, classic or dramatic beauty? Glenda Cooper explains what the results of a special survey say about how women choose their make-up

FASHION: RIPPING YARNS

Knitwear from the Dublin-born designer Lainey Keogh (above) is something special. Irish writer Niall Williams says that it "flows like water and feels like coloured wind"; U2's bass player, Adam Clayton, wooed Naomi Campbell with the gift of a Keogh sweater; and her catwalk show on Monday is one of London Fashion Week's most eagerly anticipated events. Yet this will be only the third collection Keogh has shown. Where has she been all our lives?

Fashion: Young gifted and Manc

After just one catwalk show, a 26-year-old designer from Manchester has become every fashion editor's tip for the top. Tamsin Blanchard meets Matthew Williamson

Rock chick jezebel mother of four? Do her a favour

How much pain do we want Paula Yates to be in? Following the suicide of Michael Hutchence, the father of her child and the man she was set to marry, we have heard enough ghastly details of her agony.
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Ashes 2015: Angus Fraser's top 10 moments from previous series'

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He played in five series against Australia and covered more as a newspaper correspondent. From Waugh to Warne and Hick to Headley, here are his highlights
Greece debt crisis: EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

An outbreak of malaria in Greece four years ago helps us understand the crisis, says Robert Fisk
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World Bodypainting Festival 2015: Bizarre and brilliant photos celebrate 'the body as art'

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