Harriet Walker on the gravity-defying trend that's stepping out of a salon near you
Friends of Sir Elton John congratulated him today after he became a father to a baby boy born on Christmas Day.
Designer and high-street collaborations might have been one of the fashion sensations of the Noughties, but they've stayed firmly on our shopping lists into the new decade. The next couple of days will see the launch of two big-hitting double acts – a capsule collection by Valentino for Gap launches in Milan today and in London on the 27 November, while Lanvin for H&M arrives worldwide on the 23rd.
Once deeply out of fashion, carnations are blooming into style
"After being coerced into seeing Sex and the City 2 by three female friends, I reluctantly went. At least I was going to the Coronet in Notting Hill Gate, one of my favourite London cinemas. Being gay seemed to cause the most laughs, which made me question what year I was living in. Samantha and her menopausal symptoms seemed to me to be as funny as it got. What was I doing watching four ageing women parading in a never-ending supply of overly expensive clothes? I upped and left. I couldn't take it any more. It was the singing that did it. Enough was enough."
I'd rather spend a night with cannibal zombies than with these 'girls'
I disliked the first Sex and the City movie but now, with the arrival of SATC2, dislike has been replaced by rampant hatred. Commercial failure (I wish) isn't good enough for this film – it should really be banned. It should be shunned by right-thinking society. It should be forced underground like some awful ripper-slasher, woman-hating rape-fest – because it sets back the cause of equality just the same.
They've done several television series, they've done the film and now they've done the sequel. And last night, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon were all glammed up for the UK premiere of Sex and the City 2 at the Odeon Leicester Square in London.
As Carrie and co return for more adventures in Sex and City 2, the film's director, Michael Patrick King, tells Gill Pringle why he understands what women want
At 37 and single, Lulu Le Vay was shocked she may not be able to carry a baby. But when she decided to investigate surrogacy, she discovered that only stable couples need apply
Hugh Grant has already starred in two romantic comedies written and directed by Marc Lawrence – Two Weeks Notice in 2002 and Music & Lyrics in 2007.
Sarah Jessica Parker has promised "amazing things" for the sequel to Sex And The City: The Movie.
It can be a magical experience – or a degrading disaster. Jerome Taylor hears a surrogate mother's story
It sounds like the kind of story Sex and the City columnist Carrie Bradshaw would agonise over for hours in front of her Apple laptop as she made her way through a pack of Marlboro Lights.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick will soon be taking on new roles: parents of twin girls.
Being portly lends gravitas to Crowe and Travolta, but their female co-stars must remain stick-thin