Wear, what, why when? Black Comme des Garçons is the blue-collar of fashion

Fashion editors love fashion. Sometimes we’re even willing to put it on our backs

Herring milt, bacon and samphire salad

Serves 4

An enterprising vendor in east London has given their bedroom a boudoir feel by leaving a racy fuchsia negligee, complete with bottle of red and two glasses on the bed for the estate agent’s snapper to capture

Who lives in a house like this? Some vendors will go to great lengths to sell their property

What’s the best way to sell your house to a potential buyer? Put a pot of coffee on to brew before they arrive or make sure there are fresh flowers in every room when your estate agent comes around to take some pictures for its online listing? Well, one enterprising vendor in east London has given their bedroom a boudoir feel by leaving a racy fuchsia negligee, complete with bottle of red and two glasses on the bed for the estate agent’s snapper to capture.

Darren Lehmann has already proven himself as a coach

The Last Word: Boof! Australia might just have
done something sensible at last

If they continue to fail, now, it will simply be because they just don’t cut it

US television cook Paula Deen is being sued by the former manager of one of her restaurants

American celebrity cook Paula Deen stirs up a storm of criticism after admitting to using the N-word

Paula Deen, the American celebrity cook and the self-proclaimed queen of Southern farmhouse cuisine, is at risk of losing a lucrative deal with QVC after admitting to using the N-word.

Co-operatives' turnover soars to £37bn as record 15m join

Co-operative businesses have reached an all-time high with a record 15.4 million members, an increase of 36 per cent since 2008 and up 13.6 per cent over the year.

Heaven and shell: spider, Mudeford and brown crabs at the Jetty Restaurant at Mudeford in Dorset

Heaven in a shell: Crab meat is enjoying a much-deserved renaissance

The crustacean might be fiddly to prepare and less flashy than lobster, but it’s also sweeter, more delicately flavoured – and perfect for enjoying right now.

James Gandolfini as mob boss Tony Soprano

James Gandolfini: The top ten Tony Soprano quotes

In the wake of James Gandolfini's death, we look back at the best of his character Tony Soprano's lines

Eat shoots and leaves: Mark Hix gets creative with fresh peas, mangetouts and sugar snaps

English peas and their offsprings, such as mangetouts and sugar snaps, and of course pea shoots and tendrils, are great tossed into a salad. I plant a member of the pea family most years – and end up using more of the shoots and leaves than the actual vegetable itself.

Mark's sea trout and pea salad

Sea trout and pea salad

Serves 4 as a main course

Book review: John Saturnall's Feast, By Lawrence Norfolk

In another wonderfully arcane novel, Norfolk tells the story of 17th-century kitchen boy, John Saturnall, whose refined sense of smell allows him to identify the contents of any cooking pot.

Baines has been singled out as the club's top performing player and the one Martinez would least like to have to sell

Roberto Martinez: We must keep Leighton Baines, for the future of Everton

Baines has been singled out as the club's top performing player and the one Martinez would least like to have to sell

Minister for Disabled People, Esther McVey, says the Personal Independence Payment replaces an

Personal Independence Payment replaces Disability Living Allowance across UK

Minister says old system 'was very much a product of its time'

Great taste without guilt: Rare steak tataki

Rare steak tataki

Serves 4

A high school student in America is in court after a school cafeteria's spaghetti marinara was spiked with hot sauce

Chicago high school student faces battery charges after cafeteria food was spiked with Da'Bomb hot sauce

The affected spaghetti marinara caused coughing, rashes and shortness of breath

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The former Guard now fighting discrimination against gay soldiers

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Premier League coaches join the RSC to swap the tricks of their trades

Darling, you were fabulous! But offside...

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How to dress with authority

Kirsty Wark and Camila Batmanghelidjh discuss the changing role of fashion in women's workwear
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New book on Ian Curtis sheds fresh light on the life of the late singer

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Sean Harris: A rare interview with British acting's secret weapon

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Tim Minchin interview

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Boris's boozing won't win the puritan vote

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