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The "Wrecking Ball" singer features in the moodily lit Spring 2014 campaign, but there’s something up with her co-star.

'Why should catwalks be so white?'

Of all the models who sashayed down the catwalk at London Fashion Week, one stood out from the rest. But it was not only Jourdan Dunn's stunning looks which set her apart.

Ready To Wear: A Passion for PJs

Are you the sort that secretly goes out in your pyjamas and a man's overcoat to buy the papers and a latte of a Sunday morning? More importantly, do you actually mind if you run into someone when in such a state of sartorial disarray? The good news is that, should such an unexpected rendezvous occur, over the next six months at least, it will not be seen as a fashion faux pas. Instead, any onlookers may pause gravely, nod wisely, and gaze on in admiration. You are a total slob no longer, my friend. Instead you are, wait for it, on trend.

Hot List: You're tops

Slip one on and stand out

The sales: Your guide

With a bit of expert know-how, you can bag some real bargains. So why not let Carola Long do the legwork for you?

Exploring the world of fashion in film

Luggage by Louis Vuitton, suits by Ralph Lauren. Film is perfect for a bit of product placement, says Cath Clarke

Meet the man on fashion's front line

For half a century, the photographer Chris Moore has chronicled life at the cutting edge of fashion. Here, he unveils a selection of favourite images

The shape of clothes to come: Susannah Frankel on next season's must-haves

The to-die-for shoes will be as delicate as Cinderella's slippers, only the most understated handbags will be lusted after, and a new anxious cry will be heard from changing rooms across the land: 'Does my bum look big enough in this?' As the sales clear away more familiar fashions, Susannah Frankel looks to the trends that will define 2007

God and Gordon persuade Andrews to choose Raith

Gordon Brown may be embroiled in a battle for control of the Labour party and a quest to become Prime Minister but it was revealed last night that he has spent hours of his valuable time in the past week guaranteeing that the football club he supports bagged themselves a new defender.

Security firm told to guard standards

Global Solutions (GSL), which runs immigration detention centres and prisons, has come under pressure to raise standards after a case alleging breaches of human rights was upheld against it.

Book Group: Ciar Byrne reviews 'Clear' by Nicola Barker

Witty snapshot misses the mark

Fashion Special: WALK THIS WAY

Susannah Frankel unveils the 10 key looks for the new season Research by Gemma Hayward Photographs by Chris Moore

FASHION SPECIAL: Making his Marc

The high street hijacks his ideas - and even Hollywood stars have been known to steal his clothes. Susie Rushton talks to Marc Jacobs, the man who knows what women want. Fashion photography by Lacey Styling by Beth Dadswell

Real Clothes: Velvet underground

If there's one thing you can depend on this winter, it's that velvet will be putting in an appearance. But fear not, the Sloane Ranger's favourite fabric has moved on this season, and we are mercifully no longer limited to frumpy evening dresses. It's Gucci we have to thank for shaking things up this season - its rouched boots, glam skin-tight trousers and knee-skimming skirts in burgundy, lilac and black have given velvet the injection of louche sexiness it desperately needed.

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