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This season, a host of designers looked to high art and homespun crafts for inspiration, says Stephanie Hirschmiller
I hear it's hip to be square this summer. Geek-chic revival? Revival? Would that it had ever gone away. But returning to your question, more precisely: it's hip to wear squares. Or diamonds or triangles, for that matter.
From coffee tours and festival checklists to the Grand Canal and the pyramids
This spring, go back to the future with the space-age and swinging signatures of London’s hippest decade, says Gemma Hayward
Former PM requested trial, in which he is accused of having sex with an under-age prostitute, be halted during elections
Contenders for the Design of the Year awards will have you in a spin
Britain has failed to raise a team for the Youth America’s Cup. As the deadline for entries closed on 31 October, all three attempts, one of which planned to race under the Ben Ainslie Racing banner.
Whether they have chunky heels, spindly stilettos or are sober flats, this season shoes are adorned with straps galore, says Rebecca Gonsalves
Polka dots are Japanese avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama's lifelong inspiration, obsession and passion.
Whether you’re a chap about town or country gent, pack up your troubles in style - for a long weekend at least.
Stating the obvious… For many years now, dresses have been fashionable. Now, though, it is the turn of trousers to dominate. Yes, it's that simple. And, to this fashion commentator's mind at least, it comes not a minute too soon. It all started with Miuccia Prada, whose signature collection shown in Milan earlier this year teamed every look with a pair.
Louis Vuitton's dotty collaboration with Yayoi Kusama combines the best of both the luxury brand and the eccentric artist
Model: Alicia at Ford
From blushing brides to dramatic falls from grace, Susannah Frankel charts the highs and lows of the international style set in 2011
Raf Simons would bring a more purist aesthetic to the grand French fashion house