News Lady Gaga is an eccentric sort, but few had her down as a colossal hoarder… Of Michael Jackon’s property.

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Gold-plated Xbox One on sale for £6000

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Alexander Fury's fashion people: Liberace knew when to push everything just that little bit too far

Liberace isn't exactly a conventional fashion icon. Invariably clad in glitter, usually wrapped in fur, often cruising around in a rhinestone-studded Rolls-Royce, Liberace was a lot of a look. Even taking into account kitsch and camp, both of which are ubiquitous on the contemporary style landscape ("so bad it's good" quickly morphed into the fashion favourite of "ugly chic"), the Liberace aesthetic is pushing it.

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The Conversation: Mary Katrantzou, designer

'Black is the natural fall-back to cleanse your palate, and to have a uniform. But look at any designer, and you'll see the way they dress isn't extravagant.'

Rock superstar Tina Turner who said that her life was

Tina Turner marries boyfriend of 27 years Erwin Back in lavish ceremony beside Lake Zurich

Rock superstar Tina Turner said her life was "a wonderful place to be" after marrying her German music producer boyfriend after 27 years.

The photo on eBay

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She would perhaps have approved of the entrepreneurial initiative. Memorabilia from Baroness Thatcher's funeral, including a mint condition Order of Service, is already being auctioned to the highest bidder on eBay.

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Add a bit of razzle-dazzle to your outfit with colourful chandeliers, clusters of crystals or geometric shapes

Sugar plum: dresses for party season

Forget the LBD. This winter, party dresses are purple-hued and sparkly

Christmas gifts for the glamourpuss

Main image: ombre circle perspex bangle, £63, and ombre rings, £3 each, both by Kitty Joseph from Bengt; frames, from £5, John Lewis

How We Met: Nadja Swarovski & Julian Fellowes

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The 10 Best women's watches

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Broderie anglaise shirt, £2,080 and skirt, £2,260, both by Louis Vuitton, 160 New Bond Street, London W1, 020-7758 9288; night-time crystal Bracelet, £190, by Swarovski, Swarovski.com
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<p>Bright and bold, these geometric shapes and poster-paint colours will stand out against either a dark or colourful outfit.</p>

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Statement baubles - whether chunky or dainty - are the ‘it’ accessory with the ability to make any outfit sparkle

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