Tinie Tempah was one of the celebrity names at Newbury yesterday, jockeys' temper one of the talking points. An incident in which Timmy Murphy was injured after coming to blows with fellow-rider Dominic Elsworth on Friday is to be investigated by the British Horseracing Horseracing Authority, with a hearing scheduled for Thursday. The men could face charges of bringing the sport into disrepute.
Newbury’s Hennessy Gold Cup meeting opens on Thursday with the unusual spectacle these days, when Saturdays have long since commandeered almost all worthwhile jumps races on the way to the Festival, of an informative contest that has moved in the opposite direction.
LVMH already owns brands including Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon and Marc Jacobs
Bernard Arnault’s choice of daughter Delphine to take over the world’s greatest luxury brand stable is a smart move
Even though there was snow on the ground in Paris yesterday, fashion was in full bloom.
Former PM requested trial, in which he is accused of having sex with an under-age prostitute, be halted during elections
Change of headgear can revive Hughes' chaser while Big Buck's looks on course for win No 18
Gone are the days of the enormous IT-bag, says Harriet Walker. The new breed is small but stylish
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
Philo single-handedly turned around the fortunes of a Paris fashion house. Then she quit it all to start a family. Now, heading up another grand French brand, she's back in the game – and determined to play it her way
It was something like business as usual for Christian Dior yesterday as the autumn/winter 2011 show went ahead after the dismissal earlier this week of creative director John Galliano.
Fashion house Christian Dior SA suspended creative director John Galliano today after he was detained and accused of an anti-Semitic insult, in a bombshell development days before Paris catwalks heat up for fashion week.
A strange sense of architectural déjà vu has gripped the French capital. Parisians, who in their day loathed the Eiffel Tower, the Pompidou Centre and the Louvre Pyramid, are campaigning once again to defeat a revolutionary new building.
Talks of a takeover are ruffling family feathers at the classic fashion house, Hermès. Susannah Frankel on a battle for the grandest label of them all