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Fendi revels in mink and fox

India falls in love with Pakistan's first female foreign minister

The tortuous peace process between South Asia's nuclear-armed neighbours received a jolt of energy yesterday when Pakistan's first female Foreign Minister held talks with her Indian counterpart. The two parties described the meetings as constructive and cordial and said their relationship was back on "the right track". But most of the headlines were captured by newly sworn-in Hina Rabbani Khar, 34, who cut a fresh, stylish figure, with a section of the Indian media captivated by her look as much as anything else.

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Roberto Cavalli not worried about competitors

Roberto Cavalli insists he isn't in competition with other designers.

A change of course for Chekhov's favourite café

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Kenzo: star of the east

For 40 years, Kenzo has embodied freedom and creativity. Harriet Walker on the clothes, the man and the brand

Roberto Cavalli: 'I love a woman, I love to judge how beautiful she is, how beautiful I can make her'

Carola Long meets the godfather of glamour, Roberto Cavalli

Ready to Wear: Just as nature intended – the return of the bushy eyebrow

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Carola Long: 'The maxi dress has had some really bad PR thanks to the bad-taste behemoth that was 'boho''

There's something about the maxi dress which makes it a permanent fixture as a fantasy summer look. The look where you acquire a golden tan without any UV damage and spend August enjoying the cool sea breeze on a yacht, rather than the tepid blast of the office air-con.

Practical magic: Sophistication – not showing off in Milan

At the Milan shows designers focused on sophistication – not showing off. So make space in your wardrobe, says Carola Long
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