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Marc Jacobs: Now we are ten

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The return of the lady at New York Fashion Week

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Pink to make the girls think

It&rsquo;s 2011&rsquo;s hottest shade for faces, fashion and furnishings. But in a post-feminist world, can we make our peace with puce? By Bethan Cole

And over to Paris for the menswear. Yes, really...

With Veronica Lake-style waves tumbling over fine features, the model who closed Jean-Paul Gaultier's Bond-themed show yesterday cut a truly stunning figure. Nothing unusual there, you might think.

Joan Smith: 'Shopping' shouldn't be a dirty word

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No more reindeer jumpers: What to wear this Christmas

Whether you're slobbing on the sofa or schmoozing the in-laws, it isn't just your tree that should be well-dressed this Christmas, says Harriet Walker

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