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Californian artist John Baldessari has produced a series of sculptures based on 'variations' of the work of Alberto Giacometti.

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Jean Nouvel is leading the rush of top architects designing luxury retail outlets – and they show that beauty can have a place in the mall, says Jay Merrick

Prada's London flagship site goes on sale for £30m

The former chairman of Allied Irish Bank, which was, in effect, nationalised by its government last week, is the latest landlord to put a store on London's Old Bond Street up for sale.

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From Prada shoes and gold watches to stylish wallets and Paul Smith cufflinks...

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Milan Fashion Week: All things bright and beautiful...

Designers mark next season's change with clean lines and dazzling colour

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Fashion has cast off any whimsical tendencies in favour of all that is pragmatic, or so the story goes.

Helmut Lang: The original urban outfitter

Helmut Lang’s designs defined the Nineties. He retired from his label five years ago, but his cool, metropolitan style is the major influence next season. Susannah Frankel hails a modern master

Prada signal America's Cup involvement

Italian fashion house Prada signalled its return to the America's Cup scene when it announced today that it will compete in the Louis Vuitton trophy regatta in La Maddalena, Sardinia, next month.

Strange Days Indeed, By Francis Wheen

A book devoted to detailing the excesses of the Seventies, "that era of polyester, platform shoes and power cuts", may sound as appealing as a bottle of Hirondelle, the ubiquitous plonk of that time.

Perfect vision: Fashion's most memorable imagery

Superstar art director David James is the creative force behind some of fashion's most memorable imagery. He tells Harriet Walker how he captures the spirit of the age

One step ahead: An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what makes Prada the world's most influential fashion label

From simple nylon rucksacks to wilfully challenging shoes, one label has always been at fashion's cutting edge. And that's to say nothing of the yachts, architecture, art patronage... Now a new book lays bare the full extent of the empire that Miuccia Prada has built, and the extraordinary influence her designs have over us

Don't call me Gordon Gekko: Power dressing for the boys is all about subtle, stylish touches

Pinstripe double-breasted suit, £1,447, shirt, £303, and tie, £163, all by Raf Simons, Liberty, Regent's Street, London W1, 020-7734 1234

Ready to Wear: Is colourless plastic the new nylon? Quite probably, Miuccia Prada suggests

From “business to beach...optimism is a choice”, said Miuccia Prada, certainly the most influential figure in Italian fashion, speaking to Style.com following her Milan show last week, in an unusually straightforward and light-hearted manner.

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