Tom Ford has taken his new spring/summer 2016 collection to the small screen with a music video starring Lady Gaga
Roitfeld is patron saint of the pulled-together look, and her quirks have become fashion law
(Clockwise from top) 1. Fall in Rose Lipstick, £21, lancome.co.uk
From top left: Long-Lasting Bi-Phase Liquid Eyeliner in Noir Ebene, £24.50, Guerlain, 01932 233 887
Stay cool with these summer-time buys that will keep you looking and feeling fresh, regardless of the temperature
Walk the glittering line of fine jewellery shops on Mayfair's Bond Street and you'll find that one in particular stands out – for its opulence, without doubt, but also for its character and its use of caricature, for its almost whimsically 'other' take on modern luxury.
How good it was to see Alber Elbaz celebrating his 10th anniversary at the helm of Lanvin.
Soap up and rinse off stress, grime and grit with these brilliant bathroom buys, from spartan sponges to luxe lathers
Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker's eclectically barbered thinker-in-chief, is to turn his hand to a discipline in which he has somewhat fewer than 10,000 hours of experience: television production. The bestselling non-fiction writer (one of whose theories is that a genius requires 10,000 hours of practice to master his or her craft) has teamed up with "Marky" Mark Wahlberg to produce a drama series for HBO set during the Cold War. According to the Deadline Hollywood blog, the unnamed project will be based in Berlin, and "centers on a missionary who becomes involved in the CIA". It's not yet clear how much creative input the pair will have in the show. Wahlberg has past form at HBO, having produced the hipster "dramedies" Entourage and How To Make It In America, as well as the amply funded new Prohibition-era drama, Boardwalk Empire, with Martin Scorsese. Gladwell, on the other hand, has just one IMDb credit to his name so far, as co-writer on a TV movie unpromisingly titled Runaway Virus.
My parents were... supportive, creative and inspiring. My mother was an optical receptionist and my father had his own television sales company.
Multiple champion wants to mark father's impending release from prison with title
Critics say gay women are still screen villains, but men get a much better deal
Tom Ford's cinematic love letter to the Sixties, starring Colin Firth as a bereaved, gay Englishman in LA, hits the spot as a highbrow weepie
Slight, but it's perfectly formed
Colin Firth has taken the film world by storm with his performance as a grieving professor
Former champion Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Stuart Bingham 5-1 to reach the second round of the Welsh Open in Newport yesterday.