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Inside Television: In a screen culture where nudity is always understood as sexual, regular nudity of non-‘perfect’ bodies is still revolutionary
Dos and don'ts to consider before you move in with the first people who'll have you
The bigger the pom-pom, the better. Embrace the cold with this playful chunky-knit, says Linda Sharkey
My clothes are always full. There's barely room for a cigarette paper between me and my waistband.
Steve Hansen may have brushed it aside as the “silliest word in rugby” but there has undoubtedly been something in the air around the All Blacks this week.
Students revolt over newly imposed conservative dress code
The Sikh coalition argued that the costume was offensive to those who lost loved ones in the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Centre
Holes in the roof, haunted fire alarms and over-friendly cockroaches; Louise Tompkins has lived to tell the tale
A modern secular prophet, his parables have inspired a swathe of lesser holy me
The shoes of the season are strictly sensible – and mercifully comfortable, says Naomi Attwood
This season, Lee Holmes urges men to take the plunge and think pink – it’s never been just for girls
Mirroring the ‘office style’ can help you fit in, a new study shows, and dressing like the boss can be a great benefit
A feminist parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” – a song that has been accused of blurring the lines between consensual sex and rape – was briefly removed from YouTube yesterday, leaving its creators mystified.