Readers gave paper the short answer - nothing
Think mink? Think again. Rebecca Gonsalves examines fashion's new heart.
Alexander Fury applauds the aesthetic and the powerful pragmatism of Paris's leaders
The diet often becomes a fanatical and joyless one
Main image: Firby, £49.79, and magnetic frames, £12 a set, both John Lewis
Fashion: You have to hand it to 'em
Matthew Bell blames the cult of blandness for our colourless lives
Ladbroke Grove is a history lesson in brick and concrete. It was the core of the Ladbroke Estate, an explosion of posh properties built in the 1840s after the Hippodrome Racecourse, north of Portobello Road, failed to attract punters and closed down. The classy gardens, squares, villas and crescents of 'Leafy Ladbroke' came to rival the stylish Whig mansions of Holland Park to the south. Unfortunately, on the north side, the demand for house-building for wealthy Victorians dwindled, then stopped, in the 1860s. It was a project which just ran out of money.
Win a bottle of champagne
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Each of the three bottles of the Stella McCartney rose based scent limited edition collection are illustrated with the beautiful prints from the designers summer catwalk collection.
Tomboys, vamps and foil-clad dolly birds...Take inspiration from the catwalk, says Susannah Frankel, and an autumn season that is brilliantly diverse
London Fashion Week returns on Friday for the twenty-seventh year running.
Horses at Hermès, a live orchestra at Chanel – Paris designers pulled out all the stops at the spring/summer shows. And then there were the clothes... Susannah Frankel found power dressing, flat shoes, and some serious sparkle
Giles Deacon's debut collection lit up Paris, writes Susannah Frankel
No longer overshadowed by dresses or denim, trousers have stepped back into the style spotlight for autumn. Carola Long reports on a trend that's set to run wild