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She's best known for the BBC2 TV show Mary, Queen Of Shops, where she's revived flagging retail businesses, but Mary Portas wasn't always set for a career on the high street. In her youth, she had ambitions of being an actress and even gained a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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There may well be a recession on, but it is clearly not bothering everyone. The Diary came across an email from UK fashion designer To-orist yesterday, which highlighted "a heavy selection of motif embossed t-shirts, compiled in a plethora of materials from overlaid lace and leatherette to Swarovski crystals". They look like, to put it politely, something one might have bought from Camden market in the 1980s. But, after David Beckham was seen sporting one, these monstrosities are actually being sold in high-end retailers in the capital at about £135 a pop. Nice work, if you can get it.

40 years of divine diamanté decadence

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David Adjaye: Downfall of the showman

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Why the 2009 ‘staycation’ will save high street home shops

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