The musical legend will appear in the 'Party Time' episode after the big game
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Sunday 08 August 2010
To describe the look of a particular decade as a seasonal trend now feels almost irrelevant. These days, thanks to vintage-loving celebrities, it is, perversely, more fashionable to occasionally ignore contemporary catwalk creations and their high-street spawn and plump instead for something from a previous decade – or at least to combine the two.
Monday 26 July 2010
Friday 16 July 2010
It has exposed Madison Avenue's dark, drunken soul and made unlikely heroes out of a teacher-turned-meth-dealer and his hapless sidekick. Now AMC, home to Mad Men and Breaking Bad, is hoping to turn us all into conspiracy nuts with its newest drama, the twisty, convoluted thriller Rubicon.
Friday 09 July 2010
Quirky musical comedy Glee and 1960s advertising drama Mad Men led the television series nominations yesterday for prime-time Emmy Awards in a cross-section of new faces and old favorites.
Friday 18 June 2010
In 1951, the question "Are you on the phone?" meant did you own a telephone, not were you busy nattering, texting or tweeting on it. In those days a mere 1.5 million households could answer in the affirmative. By the end of the decade, half of the UK was connected – in contrast with the 75 per cent who owned televisions by then.
Thursday 10 June 2010
Here's the brief. You're making an ad for the international sportswear brand Reebok in the frenzied build-up to the World Cup and the climax of the Formula 1 season, and the talent at your disposal includes no less than Thierry Henry and Lewis Hamilton.
My mother, my roommate: What happens when a 23-year-old woman has to share a tiny room – and even a bed – with her mother?
Thursday 10 June 2010
Wednesday 05 May 2010
Tuesday 27 April 2010
Sunday 25 April 2010
The Brits have invaded Manhattan ad agency Stirling Cooper, Don's past is coming to light, Peggy is breaking out and Betty has found a backbone.
Friday 23 April 2010
The penny-pinching Brits may now be running the show, but little else has changed at the Manhattan ad agency.
Saturday 17 April 2010
Friday 16 April 2010
Friday 02 April 2010
Sunday 28 March 2010
It has been a "victory for the assholes" writes Lionel Shriver, incisively introducing this iconic 1963 book, that the word "feminist" has become stigmatised. Why are so many independent contemporary women reluctant to identify themselves as feminists? Perhaps, suggests Shriver, it is because they are fearful of being perceived as "difficult", man-hating harridans. The advice that Shriver offers to those women who would choose housewifery and motherhood over a demanding career is to watch every episode of Mad Men, and then to read this book.
Diving in at the deep end is no excuse for shirking the style stakes
Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
War is war: Why I stand with Israel
7/7 memorial defaced on anniversary of 2005 attacks with ‘Blair lied thousands died’ graffiti
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri Lankans at sea
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
Socialist Worker called to apologise over ‘vile’ article saying Eton schoolboy Horatio Chapple's death is ‘reason to save the polar bears’
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- 5 The true Gaza back-story that the Israelis aren’t telling this week