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Zip me up before you go-go: The return of the jumpsuit

The jumpsuit is a trend you can't ignore, and it's set to become even hotter next season. But can it work off the catwalk? Harriet Walker sets out to find an all-in-one that's fashionable – and flattering

Madonna divorce: Not a penny for the Guy?

Madonna and her film director husband Guy Ritchie are to be divorced tomorrow.

Stella's very grown-up collection

A seven-metre high, 14-metre wide Fuzzy-Felt backdrop courtesy of the artists Jake and Dinos Chapman greeted guests at Stella McCartney's spring/summer show in Paris yesterday. Rainbow-coloured rabbits, giraffes and a particularly anxious ladybird all made for suitably cute viewing.

They're changing hats at Buckingham Palace to save the black bear

The Guards may be about to swap their traditional bearskins for a humane version designed by Stella McCartney

Fur flies as Gwyneth Paltrow offends her animal-rights friends

The actress courts controversy in an ad campaign and puts her relationship with Stella McCartney on the line

Will the jumpsuit ever take off?

Eager to find a must-have fashion trend, designers are pushing the all-in-one as 'the new dress'. Esther Walker sounds a note of sartorial caution

How to dress like Jackie O

Fifty years after America's First Lady of fashion took the boat trip that launched the brand, Marimekko's prints and patterns are conquering the world again

Central St Martins: The art college that is redrawing its future

A spectacular redevelopment on the canal at King's Cross will be the new home for Central St Martins. Lucy Hodges looks at the plans

Ready To Wear: A Passion for PJs

Are you the sort that secretly goes out in your pyjamas and a man's overcoat to buy the papers and a latte of a Sunday morning? More importantly, do you actually mind if you run into someone when in such a state of sartorial disarray? The good news is that, should such an unexpected rendezvous occur, over the next six months at least, it will not be seen as a fashion faux pas. Instead, any onlookers may pause gravely, nod wisely, and gaze on in admiration. You are a total slob no longer, my friend. Instead you are, wait for it, on trend.

Ready To Wear: The fur coat

Blame Mark Wallinger. Or maybe Miuccia Prada. The first lady of international fashion may not be responsible for Cherie Blair's flaunting of a faux fur coat in the first place - she's owned the oversized monster she was photographed in last week for years, by all accounts - but she is the reason that, lumpen or not, it actually seems perfectly in line with the current sartorial mood.

Campaigners condemn new food industry warnings as unworkable

Half of adults will be unable to do the maths needed to understand the new labelling system being launched by the food industry in a £4bn advertising blitz next week, say campaigners.

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