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Three out of the five photos used to promote the Egyptian government's new draft constitution are stock images of Westerners
London Underground has inspired a new clothing line that uses motifs familiar to more than just commuters, says Rebecca Gonsalves
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.
Tattooed 52-year-old was caught on video stripping, shouting and remonstrating after stepping off the easyJet flight
Thousands of people dressed as vampires descended on Tulleys Farm in West Sussex over the weekend for a Guinness World Record attempt.
The dandy is back! Today, a certain variety of male is discovering contemporary dandyism and giving it their own signature look. In this book, photographer Rose Callahan teams up with writer Nathaniel Adams to document the well-kept lives of 57 dandies.
A modern secular prophet, his parables have inspired a swathe of lesser holy me
Prime Minster says that he does not believe in a full ban, but that there were certain circumstances where face coverings were inappropriate
Suspects appeared in court via videolink from prison
The Government should not tell women what to wear, the Home Secretary has said amid ongoing debate over the use of full-face veils.
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.
A costume partly inspired by Marilyn Manson may be the most spectacular super-villain get-up ever seen in the movies. Christopher Mintz-Plasse, who dressed up as superhero Red Mist in Kick-Ass, has ventured to the dark side in the upcoming sequel and is inspired to take on the evil pseudonym The Mother F%&*^r by donning S&M gear he discovers hidden inside his dead father's gun case. Costume designer Sammy Sheldon Differ says it was the most complex costume to create out of the dozens made for the action thriller: “We played around with the texture and the zips. The idea was to not have a cross-dressing feel. When he first puts on the underwear and holds the guns, oddly he didn't look that bad. We looked at people who dressed up in that hardcore rock look – Marilyn Manson, My Chemical Romance and the guys from Green Day – and tried to mix it with S&M gear in a way that tried to make it look like a superhero.”
Although best known for its classic styles, Lee Jeans has mixed things up for a new collaboration. It’s worth a closer look, says Rebecca Gonsalves