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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.

Photography book review: Pierdom, By Simon Roberts (with an introduction by Francis Hodgson)

Simon Roberts has travelled the coastline of Britain to create a comprehensive and fascinating photographic record of the country’s remaining pleasure piers.

Pump action: Why images of gas stations capture all things American

The gas station is one of America's most evocative symbols. Holly Williams looks back on 50 years of life at the pump

Make a voyage of discovery to the Galapagos Islands – on Google Street View

Public can now virtually explore the islands for the first time after launch to mark anniversary of Darwin’s visit 178 years ago

Oddly pedagogic: Ed Miliband speaking in Bournemouth

Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Miliband enters the lions den and gets away with it - just about

True, there was no standing ovation. The TUC doesn’t do ecstatic. But in a speech sandwiched between debates on low paid youth - enlivened by the fact that the speakers were mostly young workers on low pay - and on rail privatisation, Miliband repeated that he was “absolutely determined” to reform the way union members donate to Labour. And survived.

Troops called to restore order in north Indian town of Muzaffarnagar after dispute between Hindu and Muslim escalates into deadly riots

A minor argument between two men has developed into Hindu-Muslim clashes

Mitchell Johnson celebrates Jonathan Trott’s wicket

England v Australia Second ODI: Michael Clarke century sees tourists home to comfortable victory

Australia 315-7 England 227: Clarke leads the charge as Australia take the series lead with 88-run victory

2012 entry from Kyaw Kyaw Winn

Travel Photo of the Year - win a trip to Jordan

Your chance to enter the UK's biggest competition for amateur travel photographers

Julian Lennon: Loose in the sky with camera

Julian Lennon: Loose in the sky with camera

Julian Lennon had his head in the clouds for years, and is now exhibiting the resultant pictures. He tells Charlotte Cripps about his 'moments of clarity'

Say 'fromage!' - François Hollande's moment of madness

Say fromage! Agency denies censorship after withdrawing 'gormless' picture of Francois Hollande

Agence France Presse transmitted the unflattering picture to clients on Tuesday, then quickly issued a 'Mandatory Kill' order

SFO will take Japanese camera giant Olympus to court over ‘false accounts’

Olympus paid $2 billion (£1.3 billion) for Gyrus and ran up the world’s biggest takeover advisory fee

Phil Bardsley alongside Sebastian Larsson as they listen to Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio

Sunderland lift ban on Phil Bardsley following apology for mocking defeat to Fulham on Twitter

Paolo Di Canio suspended the full-back

England captain Eoin Morgan dispatches a ball to the boundary against his native Ireland

Centuries from Eoin Morgan and Ravi Bopara save England from embarrassing defeat against Ireland

Morgan's side were 48-4 attempting to chase down 270 but 124no from the native Irishman and unbeaten ton from Bopara rescue visitors

Revealed: Shocking images expose the secret El Salvador prison pens where gang members are held for years in sweltering, cramped and diseased conditions

Members of rival MS-13 and M18 gangs held for years in sweltering cells designed for a maximum 72-hour stay

Those politicians... always on holiday: Eric Pickles's American road trip with a difference

British students taking cardboard cutout of Local Communities and Government Secretary around the States

Flickr's iOS app adds lives filters and more to take on Instagram

Changes to the app for iPhones will try to increase Flickr's presence in the mobile photography market

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