Life and Style Orange sweatshirt £59, blue jeans £89, both reissonline.com

Dip a toe in the new season with a splash of colour: bold shades and softer pastels will enliven even the bleakest mid-winter wardrobe

My partner went to Brioni and all I got was a £150 T-shirt

One of the world's most exclusive suit makers seems to be feeling the pinch, reports Nina Lakhani

On my mind: Rhiannon Harries faces up to holiday packing...after a glass or two of red

There are some individuals who think packing is the best bit of a holiday. They buy special luggage scales from the back of supplements like this, and are presumably also the ones investing in titles such as Secrets of the Carry-on Traveller for some juicy pre-poolside reading. They have passionate opinions on the rolling versus the bundle method of packing and never, ever just throw random clothes into a bag and go...

PoverTee Day: Go casual, beat hunger

Wear a T-shirt, donate at least £2 to charity – and help the world's poor. Nina Lakhani explains all

Boxing: Haye abandons Klitschko bout

The world heavyweight title fight between Ukraine's Vladimir Klitschko and David Haye on 20 June will not go ahead because of an injury sustained by the British challenger, Klitschko's management said yesterday.

The casualties of Sri Lanka's brutal civil war

Civilians are the casualties in Sri Lanka's brutal civil war. In a rare report from inside former rebel-held areas, SinhaRaja Tammita-Delgoda meets fleeing refugees and ex-fighters

Fears grow for missing woman

Detectives investigating the disappearance of a woman believed to have gone missing as she walked to work yesterday said they could not rule out the possibility she had been abducted.

My Style: Sandra Verstraten

Occupation: Fashion agent
Age: 34
Personal style: Mash-up minx

Album: Shontelle, Shontelligence, (SRC/Universal Motown Island)

Hailing from the same Barbadian diaspora that brought us Rihanna, Shontelle Layne was discovered by Rihanna's management team of Evan Rogers and Carl Sturken when a song she wrote, "Roll It", proved the hit of the island's Crop Over Carnival for soca star Alison Hinds.

Independent Appeal: Delhi women seek their fair share of the fashion profits

Andrew Buncombe reports on how One World Action helps workers toiling for 50p a day

Cutting-edge clothes chain faces a boycott, and all because of one little pro-gay T-shirt

It's the shop with a hip reputation for cutting-edge clothes and funky homewear, but Urban Outfitters is facing a backlash – and even a boycott – over a slogan T-shirt.

How do I look?: Tawiah, singer, 21

My clothes are a reflection of me. If I'm feeling down, I'll be wearing black from head to toe. If I'm up, I'll be donning all the colours under the sun. There are people whose style I admire, but I pretty much do my own thing. If I see something and love how it looks on me, I'll just run it. I love granddad style. Those boys look gangsta in their little outfits.

T-shirt vendors jailed for breaking anti-terror laws

Six people who sold T-shirts to raise money for Colombian rebels and Palestinian militants have been convicted of breaking Denmark's anti-terror laws.

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