Kitchen-sink chic is here to stay, but that doesn’t have to mean looking like Ena Sharples. Alexander Fury shows you how to pull off the dowdy look
Styling: Gemma Hayward
We have to accept the fact that most women won’t sign up because of the body hair stigma we have to deal with
The skirt and trousers combo has returned. But fear not, says Hannah Fillis – this is not just another Nineties revival
A bared midsection may still a step too far for many fashion followers, but it’s a summer style worth stomaching, says Emma Akbareian
Alice Jones' Arts Diary
Don’t fall foul of Royal Ascot’s dress code with this stylish summer formalwear, says Emma Akbareian
This season the fashion world is abuzz with inspiration from birds, bees and creatures altogether more beastly, says Stephanie Hirschmiller
Styling: Beth Dadswell
High shine metallic and holographic finishes are the fairest of them all this season
Whoa, ladies! Before you get all indignant about the Peter Rippon's dismissal of the testimony of women, lets consider the issues...
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Opposites Attract is a light, brisk programme that goes soggy at the end. The dancers move with easy confidence from David Bintley’s jazzy Take Five and Jessica Lang’s fluent Lyric Pieces to the doughy posturing of Hans van Manen’s Grosse Fuge.
Fashion: Pencil in the celebrations
From trash couture to sincere chic, Miuccia Prada's pioneering take on women's fashion has changed the way we dress, says Susannah Frankel. A new exhibition explores her relationship with Elsa Schiaparelli
Government bids to outlaw 'provocative' clothes in largest Muslim country
'I still play pranks'