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Daisy Lowe has created an affordable range of vintage swimwear.

Fashion favourite: Daisy Lowe's grungy glamour makes her a natural choice for the iconic fashion house Biba

When Daisy Lowe arrives for our interview wearing a long leopard-print coat from the new Biba collection, I assume she's chosen to wear it deliberately in her capacity as the new face of the label. After a vehement denial, and declaration that, "I've been wearing it the whole time, I wore it for Glastonbury with different coloured wigs", the 21-year-old model starts scrolling through her phone for photographic evidence from the festival.

Designer Pearl Lowe suffers miscarriage

Designer Pearl Lowe has suffered a miscarriage, a statement issued on her behalf said today.

Katy Holland: Babymoons are not just for first-time mothers

Are we there yet? I rather envy pregnant women for one thing: they get to go on babymoons

Designer Pearl Lowe pregnant with fifth child

Designer Pearl Lowe is pregnant with her fifth child, she announced in an interview with Hello! magazine.

Return of the goth?

Kate Moss, Big Brother and Victoria Beckham are turning gothic mainstream

Dress code: Gizzi Erskine, Punk Chef

What are you wearing right now?

I want to say my new bloodred velvet Sixties shift dress with cream lace collar and cuffs, but I'd be lying. I'm sitting here in my nautical navy and white striped jumper and my pants!

Dress Code: Pearl Lowe, designer

What are you wearing right now?

Because I live in the country, it isn't that easy to buy clothes anymore, so I get them made up instead. Right now, I'm wearing a black crepe dress from my autumn/winter 2010 range, with lace tights and some great lace-up high heels by Vivienne Westwood.

Pandora: Rushdie's an open book over his love life woes

One Fatwa, an assassination attempt and a, ahem, string of photogenic girlfriends: Salman Rushdie is no stranger to attention.

Stage to page: Has Luke Haines written the great pop masterpiece?

Luke Haines is the latest Britpop survivor to perpetrate a book. In memoir and fiction, musicians and writers hunt the great pop masterpiece. Jonathan Gibbs wonders if anyone ever will find it

Daisy Lowe: Pearl's girl is the new queen bee of the rock'n'roll It-girls

How does a girl born into a real-life of rock'n'roll soap opera (Sex! Drugs! Paternity tests!) make her own her mark in the world? By becoming this year's hottest model and the star of her own reality TV show, that's how...

Supergrass - Britpop's jauntiest survivors grow up

They made their name as a happy-go lucky power-pop band. Supergrass have grown up, but have kept their energy. By Chris Mugan

My Secret Life: Pearl Lowe, Designer, 37

The house/flat I grew up in.... was a beautiful 16th century house in Harrow. It was very gothic in style; much like something out of a Tim Burton film, with dark wooden floors and low ceilings.

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