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With the dramatic increase in the popularity of fashion exhibitions over the past decade, this groundbreaking book provides a timely look at the evolution of the practice, taking as its anchor the seminal 1971 Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition “Fashion: An Anthology by Cecil Beaton”. The authors’ combined experience of more than 40 years – one in architecture and exhibition design and the other in fashion history and curating – informs this detailed account of the exhibition.

England batsman Gary Ballance looks to be the favourite to replace the departed Jonathan Trott after hitting a half-century in the warm-up match against an Australian Chairman's XI

Ashes 2013-14: No 6 place remains hanging in the Ballance for England

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Photograph goes viral as people express shock at clampdown by Moscow authorities on what they call ‘gay propaganda’

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Review: Waiting for the Magic: The Photography of Oscar Marzaroli

Photographer Oscar Marzaroli was born in Castiglione Vera, Italy, in 1933, and came to Scotland with his family at the age of two. He studied at Glasgow School of Art and was subsequently a photo-journalist in Stockholm and London before returning to Glasgow in 1959. Although best known for his acclaimed and evocative photographs of Glasgow in the 1960s (above), he was also a film cameraman, and directed more than 70 times for Ogam Films, a company he co-founded in 1967. He died in 1988.

President John F. Kennedy giving a speech

JFK and the day I took one quick shot in Dallas ...

I’ve spent the last week overdosing on Kennedy porn. I’ve watched so many documentaries about what happened on that awful day in Dallas 50 years ago that my own head is ready to explode. I feel somehow guilty being so obsessed with the tragic death of a man but, like so many others, I am. 

A photo of Abdelhakim Dekhar taken in 1994 during his custody as part of the Rey-Maupin case

Paris shootings suspect Abdelhakim Dekhar charged with attempted murder and kidnapping

The Paris prosecutor has lodged a preliminary charge against the suspect in a shooting spree at media offices and a bank.

Anglesey man died after freak accident with wine glass severed artery in his leg

The coroner said it was believed John Fozard was emptying the bin when the broken glass tore through the thin material of the bin bag and cut him

Melissa Bachman's dead lion photo: So much for education by Twitter

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On top of the world: Amazing photos of rooftopping in Toronto

They call it “rooftopping”. Daring photographers scale the impossible heights of only the tallest skyscrapers to take photographs of the city below.

Don McCullin, pictured in front of one of his powerful war pictures, says he wishes he had spent more of his life taking photographs closer to home

‘Forget foreign conflicts, chronicle Britain’ says war photographer Don McCullin

Celebrated war photographer urges next generation to record UK’s ‘social wars’

Book Review: Encounter, By David Yarrow

Featuring 87 monochrome images of wildlife and people from some of the harshest and most inaccessible landscapes on Earth, Encounter is the stunning new photography collection by David Yarrow.

The Big Six: Nordic retreats

Northern Lights, rustic rooms, viewing bubbles, canvas walls, saunas and luxury domes

Book review: Double Negative, By Ivan Vladislavić

An incandescent South African novel that travels from apartheid to democracy

England batsman shines on day three of their final warm-up match against Australia XI before the Ashes series

Ashes 2013-14: Joe Root lands second successive fifty to ease fears over England's middle order

Four of the top six batsman passed the half-century mark but runs for Root will be the most pleasing thing for England

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