They were formed by Kim, not Cowell. They sing about the workers' struggle, not love's travails. But Moranbong have still got Sean O'Grady dancing to a Stalinist tune
Fashion Editor Alexander Fury reports on the woman who could the next Miu Miu
Extracts from Lord Aschcroft's book have made claims about the Prime Minister's private life and wealthy inner circle
'Sam Cam' previously baked in the Downing Street kitchen for Red Nose Day
David Cameron, Boris Johnson – and George Osborne himself – will reap Budget rewards
From a £400 Alice Temperley Filofax to a gold-nibbed Montblanc pen, Britain's stationery fetish is refusing to be erased by technology
Smythson – the upmarket stationery firm that employs PM's wife – turns to product placement
Valued at £126m and billed as one of the most controversial art finds of the century, Salvator Mundi will be unveiled this week at the National Gallery.
"I've not actually read any of them. I just love the bindings." So said the actress Davinia Taylor earlier this year when she decided to put her house on the market – complete with its carefully-sourced collection of classic books. Rarely removed from their perch on a bookcase in the living room, their primary purpose was to disguise Taylor's walk-in fridge. And so, with the fridge no longer destined to be a feature in her life, the books were deemed redundant.
Back in the Fifties, the Spanish resort was a magnet for movie stars. These days, it's full of reality TV stars with money – and bare flesh – to burn
Some of the works have adorned the walls of Britain's corridors of power for more than a century, seen only in passing by a privileged few.
PM's wife would have fitted in perfectly at the Ibiza event, says Terri Judd
What will be on the menu when the US leader and family dine at No 10 this week, and which First Lady will be better dressed? Who else will Barack Obama be talking to? Jane Merrick provides all the answers
When Samantha Cameron was pictured looking sombre during a show at London Fashion Week, insiders hastily explained that it's not the done thing to reveal emotion when you're sitting in the front row. A more obvious explanation for SamCam's expression is that she couldn't believe her eyes as the Swedish model Chloe Memisevic glided down the catwalk, looking like a woman who is barely acquainted with the concept of a proper meal. Apparently Memisevic is hugely in demand by labels such as Erdem, and that's more important than that she looks malnourished.
London Fashion Week's relentless march into autumn 2011 – and, eventually, your wardrobe – paused yesterday morning to celebrate one of its most illustrious sons.
The style set gathered at Somerset House yesterday for London Fashion Week's opening speeches and the first of more than 60 autumn/winter 2011 shows that will take place in the capital over the next six days.