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Combine oversized outerwear, tartan and fishnet tights for a modern take on grunge. Just add attitude and lashings of eyeliner

Out of this world: Because your nails deserve to sparkle like the stars

1. 2True Pro Sequins Nail Polish in Christy £4, superdrug.com

Businessman Sir Philip Green leaves the High Court after giving evidence in the case brought by Michelle Young against her estranged husband, Scot Young

Topshop boss Sir Philip Green ‘lent tycoon friend Scot Young £80,000 to help pay his rent’

Michelle Young claims her husband has squirrelled away 'a few billion at least' in offshore tax havens around the world

Sir Philip Green finds an appetite for BHS convenience food outlets

Sir Philip Green's BHS is to open convenience food outlets in up to 150 of his BHS stores as the billionaire retailer eyes a fresh battle for customers with the supermarket chains and Marks & Spencer.

Scot Young and Michelle Young. Ms Young claims her ex-husband has committed a 'fraud' on the marital estate

£300m divorce offer to estranged wife was a joke, says bankrupt tycoon Scot Young

Pooperty and telecoms magnate who claims he lost a vast fortune just as his marriage collapsed in 2006

Scot Young with current girlfriend Noelle Reno; Kevin Cash swore an affidavit in 2007 claiming the businessman benefited from a variety of lucrative ventures with several well-known industrialists

Tycoon denies hiding multimillion pound deals

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Absolutely Fabulous as Jenny Halpern Prince sells for '£3m'

Two of the media industry's most colourful figures are going into business together following the sale by Jenny Halpern Prince of a 50.1 per cent stake in her public relations agency, Halpern, to Johnny Hornby's advertising agency group.

Rocking it: punk plaid on the catwalk at Moschino

Never mind the Punk here’s the fashions

Punk. It’s one of those slightly dodgy fashion trends that rears its head every few years, generally amid much heated ideological debate.

How to get the look: Plain black tops

Ooh, that sounds exciting.

Buried treasure: The best gold cuff bracelets to set off that summer tan

(Clockwise from top) 1. Mayan Powder bracelet, £290, bexrox.com

Hit the heights: Fall head over heels for these eye-popping stilletos

1. Red pointed-toe shoes, £59.99, zara.com

Getting shirty: Rihanna won a legal battle against Topshop over the unauthorised use of her face on a T-shirt

Rihanna victorious over Topshop in T-shirts face-off

The singer Rihanna won her legal battle with billionaire businessman Philip Green when the High Court ruled that Topshop had duped customers into buying unauthorised T-shirts bearing her image.

How to get the look: Maxi lengths

Oof. Everything I own is too warm right now

Rihanna takes legal action against Topshop for using her image on T-shirts

T-shirts bearing the singers image were on display at London's High Court

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