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Hairdresser Charles Worthington knew he was a fashion victim when, as a teenager, his heart skipped a beat over a pair of loons. Today he advocates healthy living, uses moisturisers and has even been known to have the odd manicure

My yo-yo? Actually it's Prada, darling

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Sailing: Life stays calm for Prada as storms loom among rivals

EXTRA PRESSURE produced extra cracks as the third round robin of the Louis Vuitton Cup began in perfect racing conditions yesterday.

Sailing: Conner cruises into contention

IF THE America's Cup has been a somewhat uneventful regatta until now, this last week has delivered an enticing combination of damage, disaster and intriguing results: Young America nearly sank after splitting in two, the Japanese lost their mast and the previously impervious Italian Prada team got beaten for the first time.

For a precious moment, Prada conquers the world

THE AUDIENCE, perched on their cream silk cushions in the intimate Prada showroom, were hoping for a "fashion moment". And that was exactly what they got.

Style: This old thing? It's only Prada

Forget the models. The best fun at Fashion Week is staring at the media, says HERO BROWN

There is still time to control our competitive urges

SOCIETY UNDER PRESSURE

Church agrees to pounds 106m Prada deal

PRADA, the Italian designer house, said yesterday it had agreed to acquire Church & Co, the UK luxury shoes company, for pounds 106m.

Prada and Della Valle have designs on Church

AN ITALIAN "battle of the bella for leather" is in prospect at Church & Co as two leading Milan fashion companies prepare to go toe to toe for control of the British shoemaker to the well-heeled.

Prada steals march on Gucci in fashion war

IF THE much-publicised rivalry between Armani and Versace was the Italian fashion story that dominated the Eighties, the nineties have been all about Prada and Gucci.

Market Report: Securicor rescues a depressing session

IN A DEPRESSINGLY dull session, it was left to Securicor to set the stock market wires buzzing. At one time the shares, in busy trading, were up 12p; they settled for an 8p gain to 581p.
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