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Suki Waterhouse wears vest £22, trousers £72, shoes £95

iStyle: White heat

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Quintet quarter: A bedroom at the B&B

B&B and Beyond: Quintet, Shanghai

For an escape from the city's modern skyscrapers, find sanctuary in this charming 1930s house, says Lucinda Baring

Five Star Billionaire, By Tash Aw

In a novel about the rocky road to riches, Chinese Malaysians seek their fortunes in Shanghai.

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British model Kate Moss in a creation for Louis Vuitton during the Fall/Winter show in Paris

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Show also sees Kate Moss return to the catwalk after a two-year break

Danish designer, Malene Birger

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Screen-scene: cinema-goers dressed up for 'Casablanca' at the Troxy

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Natalie Haynes went along to a screening of Casablanca with a difference – she and the rest of the audience came in character

1975 Mirage (Jammer) by Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg, Jammers, Gagosian Gallery, London

There is a photograph of American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) relaxing on a lilo in the swimming-pool of the Villa de Madame Sarabhai in Ahmedabad, India. The year is 1975.

A model at Zoe Jordan’s show, which was the first at this year’s London Fashion Week

Go! Go! Go! F1 mogul’s daughter, Zoe Jordan, hits catwalk

The British Fashion Council turns 30 this year, and with new chairman Natalie Massenet installed, it seems the organisation - and London fashion itself - is in rude health.

Two Cigarettes in the Dark, Tanztheater Wuppertal, Pina Bausch

Two Cigarettes in the Dark, Pina Bausch, Tanztheater Wuppertal, Sadler’s Wells, London

If the phrase “rarely performed work” sets off warning bells, hearing that it explores the monotony of existence has them clanging. Pina Bausch was one of the most influential choreographers of the twentieth century, creating onstage worlds of surreal images and human need. Two Cigarettes in the Dark, which opens a London season by Bausch’s own company, has her usual themes without her best insights. It’s a long, long evening.

Cuff it: Stiped silk bomber jacket £350, House of Hackney at Urban Outfitters, urbanoutfitters.co.uk

Bombing around

Take inspiration from Sixties skinheads and post-modern punks, and don the only jacket you'll need all spring

1. Aran-knit house socks, £17, Toast; toast.co.uk

Lounge living

You don't have to look scruffy when simply hanging out on the sofa. Swathe yourself in luxurious silk and cashmere for ultimate relaxation, says Emma Akbareian

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