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Travel back in time: Sixties style gets a modern makeover

Styling: Gemma Hayward

Models display creations as part of Marni autumn/winter 2013 collection during Milan Fashion Week

Fur flies high in luxury fashion lines on Milan’s catwalks

There was a flurry of fur on the Marni catwalk in Milan this morning, rather apposite considering the heavy snow falling in the city.

Models wearing Bottega Veneta at Milan, yesterday

Leather booms as Italian fashion falters

Luxury goods exports see huge rise, reports Rebecca Gonsalves from Milan Fashion Week

David Beckham and Joey Barton, hero and villain, may not be so different – at least they have ventured afield

The Last Word: David Beckham and Joey Barton - Paris match made in heaven and hell

Without incentive, British footballers have betrayed shocking insularity

One of Karl Lagerfeld's latest creations

Karl Lagerfeld's animal magnetism: defiant designer goes big on fur

Fendi revels in mink and fox

Models walk the runway during the Gucci show at Milan Fashion Week

Gucci in Milan: Sex still sells in the capital of commerce

Few items of clothing have the stature or symbolism to warrant a 60th anniversary celebration. But that’s the star treatment that Gucci’s horsebit loafer received, with the launch of a dedicated exhibition at the brand’s museum in Florence.

Vivienne Westwood urges Kate Middleton to recycle clothes

It might seem strange for a fashion designer to tell someone to buy less clothing, but that's exactly what Vivienne Westwood is urging the Duchess of Cambridge to do.

What recession? Luxury brands Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney spur PPR sales surge

British luxury brands Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney helped French group PPR post a 28% jump in net profit for 2012.

Fashion statement: Think pink

The hue that's gone from safe to statement

The News Matrix: Tuesday 29 January 2013

Sharon shows signs of brain activity

Italian fashion house Fendi announced it would finance a renovation of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, becoming the latest luxury group to fund repairs on a priceless heritage

Trevi fountain in Rome gets a Fendi makeover

The Fendi fashion house has announced that it is financing the €2.18m (£1.88m) restoration of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, the latest fashion company to come to the aid of Italy’s chronically underfunded cultural heritage.

The new Dolce & Gabana unisex scent for babies

Talking scents about babies with D&G and Burberry

Coco Chanel famously said, "A woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future". Dolce & Gabbana must feel the same applies to babies, as they have just launched a fragrance for tots.

Snake, rattle and roll: Reptilian print is back and slithering down the catwalk

Forget what you thought you knew about the reptilian print – designers this season have given it a modern makeover. Get a wriggle on, says Gemma Hayward

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