Apple’s App Store explicitly bans nudity within apps unless it is rated suitable for those aged over 17
The supermodel's self-image was removed from the site after 20 hours
Project aims to tackle dehydration among the elderly and vulnerable
The American Pie actress appeared in Southwark Crown Court to give evidence against Maryam Hassan today
What's the most dangerous job in the world? Firefighter? Lion tamer? Bomb-disposal engineer?
The Sex Pistols turned down an invitation to perform at the Olympics’ opening ceremony because the organisers wanted to censor one of their most famous songs, John Lydon has revealed.
Another magazine cover?
No, the peroxide model's latest endeavour will see her make her stage acting debut in February next year. She'll play a "promiscuous" young woman who's invited to dinner by a yuppie couple in François Archambault's comedy The Leisure Society.
Perhaps it took inspiration from the 1987 film Mannequin, but H&M found itself in hot water yesterday as it was forced to reveal that the bikini bodies on its website are in fact doctored photos of shop dummies.
Super-elevated, cobalt blue Gillie platforms so high even Naomi Campbell took a catwalk tumble in a pair in 1993, equally vertiginous wooden "rocking horse" soles and, of course, the famous "pirate" boot first shown in 1981 and a bestseller to this day. These are just some of Vivienne Westwood's best-loved shoe designs, featured in the new fashion and textile gallery at the Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle, Co Durham, from today until 10 July.
US civil rights activists stepped in after company compared Naomi Campbell to a chocolate bar
Model calls advertisment 'insulting and hurtful' as consumer boycott is threatened
'Our ideas rarely come to pass, but after a few bottles, they do seem good at the time'
“Shoes must have very high heels and platforms to put women’s beauty on a pedestal,” said fashion designer Vivienne Westwood.
People castrated by comfort and consumption of course feel worthless when they look at Dr Woo or our soldiers
Our writer joined the luminaries for a train ride that has become central to the trial of Charles Taylor. These are his memories of it
Naomi Campbell's description of how she came to be given "blood diamonds" by an African warlord was flatly contradicted by her former agent yesterday.