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A sophisticated exploration of family by a prize-winning Norwegian novelist

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A roll in the Tyrol

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Susie Rushton: Out and About

'In the sales I found one ex-council matchbox in desirable Tower Hamlets. It only faintly smells of burnt human hair'

How To Kit Out... A Romantic Bedroom

Who wants a boring boudoir? Turn your bedroom into a romantic thriller, advises Joey Canessa

Fashion & Style: Been there, worn that

A radical new exhibition reveals how designers from Quant to Dior have drawn inspiration from the past - and from each other. Susie Rushton finds that there's nothing new under the sun

Stella's horse shines in historic surroundings

The fashion designer Stella McCartney provided an insight into an equine obsession she shared with her late mother yesterday at the preview of a major exhibition by some of the industry's most creative minds.

Take it Home: Virage vase, Low Down table, Yoko Bath

Luxurious baths and mirrored vases: Madeleine Lim with what's new in interiors

Dear Santa, please spend lots of money

Fashion addicts know exactly what they want for Christmas, and only the best will do. JAMES SHERWOOD on how to give - and receive - the best presents

Muscles worn outside the body this season

IF IT'S hard-edged, avant-garde glamour you're after - think second- skin leather catsuits and neck braces made entirely out of Swarovski crystals - Tristan Webber is your man.

Fashion: Bright lights

From canary yellow to dazzling lime, from lipstick pink to rocket- fuelled fuchsia. Vibrant colour is high summer's big story - but only the brave need apply

Fashion: Art of poise

Designs by the world's top couturiers (Treacy, McQueen and Westwood, to name but a few) can be seen in the contemporary fashion collection of the V&A. Now the museum is releasing the outfits from their static glass cases and sending them out on models in a live monthly catwalk show, just as they were meant to be seen.

Fashion: Brighter than white

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