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London's punk knitters, Sibling - or rather the trio behind the name: Sid Bryan, Joe Bates and Cozette McCreery - looked to New York for inspiration for their autumn/winter collection.

Pop star Rita Ora with her satchel which is available in various colours and sizes from £94 cambridgesatchel.co.uk, 15 Shorts Garden, London WC2.

Buckle up for the ride

This fashionable It-bag started life at a kitchen table, says Harriet Walker. Now the Cambridge Satchel Company is going to town

Camacho, above left, fights Oscar De La Hoya in 1997

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Hector Camacho was always known as "Macho Man", and if you had any doubts, there was a 10-inch gold pendant invariably hanging from his neck consisting of the word "MACHO" in capital letters. His shirt and his mouth were always open and he never escaped his sartorial Spanish Harlem roots; he seemed to forever look like an extra from Saturday Night Fever, a hustler on his way to a midnight fitting at an all-night tailors.

I'm A Celebrity: Cockroaches and maggot in 'bug burial' bush tucker trial thwarts controversial MP Nadine Dorries

Controversial Tory MP Nadine Dorries and actress Helen Flanagan failed to win food for their team after freaking out during a bug challenge in tonight's I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!

Khloe wears dress £45, Kim wears dress £40, Kourtney wears jacket £50, trousers £38, all Kardashian Kollection, available from tomorrow, dorothyperkins.com

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You may not be reality-TV royalty but you can dress like it, as the Kardashian Kollection arrives on our shores, says Gemma Hayward

Cabaret, Savoy Theatre, London

Rufus Norris's 2006 revival of this Kander & Ebb classic blew me away with its dark, fiercely energised and full-frontal vision of Weimar Berlin as a society gyrating its crotch at the edge of the abyss – at once a drug-fuelled hotbed of rampant, polymorphous perversity and a fertile seedbed for Nazism whose rise emerged in pointed conjunction with the spread of neurasthenic kinkiness.

West Ham played without a sponsor when holiday firm XL folded

Controversial, strange and embarrassing shirt sponsorship deals

Following the announcement that Newcastle United have agreed a sponsorship deal with loans company wonga.com, we take a look at other shirt deals that raised eyebrows.

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The puffer

Adele's Bond tune tops iTunes chart within hours of release

Adele's theme for the new Bond film Skyfall has shot to the top of the iTunes chart within hours of its release today.

Christian Dior: Simons brings a breath of fresh air to a famous label

A breath of fresh air blew through not only an old status label but also French fashion as a whole when Raf Simons showed his debut ready-to-wear collection for the house of Christian Dior in Paris yesterday.

The Duchess made two big mistakes: dropping her top in the first place, and seeking retribution

Rock bottom: New Kate Middleton pics show more

Just when you thought you'd never see another nude royal body part again - at least untill the next news cycle - more pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge have surfaced, this time in the Dutch tabloid Se Og Hor.

Paddy Power is a football winner

Paddy Power, the offbeat bookie, yesterday reported surging, half-year profits up 21 per cent to €68.7m (£54.5m), thanks partly to a strong Euro 2012.

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