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Berlin Poplars, By Anne B Ragde, trans James Anderson

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

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Hussein Chalayan's designs are embraced not only by the world of fashion, but by the art establishment too. Last year Andrew Graham-Dixon presented a documentary on his work for BBC2's Culture Show. "His work is as close to contemporary art as you can get," the esteemed critic argued, and anyone who has been privileged to witness the designer's breathtakingly original, high-concept womenswear presentations over the past 15 years will know just why.

A roll in the Tyrol

When actor Mark Williams and his brother, a wheelchair user, fancied a holiday, they chose to explore some of Austria's precipitous peaks. It proved to be an access-all-areas trip to remember

Susie Rushton: Out and About

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Fashion & Style: Been there, worn that

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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

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Muscles worn outside the body this season

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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

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Fashion: Brighter than white

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Edinburgh Fringe 2014

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Dame Jenny Abramsky: 'We have to rethink. If not, museums and parks will close'

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