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Both Mugler and Versace (pictured) gave us pastels galore, sometimes from head to toe

Your new-season shopping list: Menswear essentials

Print, pastel and Fifties references – menswear takes on a new and dynamic aspect for spring, says Lee Holmes

Nicholas Cowell in his London business The Estate Office

Nicholas Cowell: Brother who's also got the X Factor

The king of popular TV has a sibling who has achieved huge success of his own as a property developer and now owner of a luxury hotel. He tells Tim Walker about living in Simon's shadow

'One aspect of 'The Iron Lady', directed by Phyllida Lloyd (pictured) was thoroughly authentic. Nowhere in recent film, fiction or drama have I seen such a convincing take on the psychology of the old-style lower-middle- class meritocrat'

DJ Taylor: Why do the rich need ever more money?

Those who aspire to great wealth expect to be rewarded for their drive – and then long to do nothing

Twelfth Night, New Diorama, London

Faction Theatre's account of Twelfth Night is terrifically fresh in its stripped-back - not to say, at one point, half-naked - inventiveness.

Noises Off, Old Vic, London
Pippin, Menier Chocolate Factory, London
Fog, Finborough, London

Michael Frayn's play-within-a-play is as funny as ever in this slick production, while, across town, gritty new writers make their mark

Stephen Lawrence trial: Survivor happy with guilty verdict

The convictions of two of Stephen Lawrence's killers should inspire the police to bring other suspects to justice, his best friend who survived the attack said today.

Mother accused of giving fake alibi

The mother of one of the men on trial over the murder of Stephen Lawrence was today accused of giving a fake alibi for her son.

Murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence

Stephen Lawrence accused 'may have visited attacker'

One of the men accused of murdering Stephen Lawrence may have picked up traces of forensic evidence when visiting one of the attackers, a court heard today.

The legs have it: trousers £35, jacket £65, River Island,

There's definitely a pattern forming

Printed trousers are having a moment and the way to wear them is loud and proud

Crepe satin jacket, £1,525, and trousers, £915, both by Yves Saint Laurent, 32-33 Old Bond Street, London W1, 020-7493 1800; classic cotton shirt, £475, The Row, The Shop at Bluebird, 350 Kings Road, London SW3, 020-7351 3873

The Heart of Robin Hood, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Straford-upon-Avon (4/5)

The greensward is a massive 40-foot high slope in The Heart of Robin Hood, the RSC's captivating new Christmas show.

School bans skirts in concern over rising hemlines

A school concerned about rising hemlines has become the latest to ban girls from wearing skirts.

Police looking to identify skeletal remains

Police are attempting to identify a man whose skeletal remains were discovered behind a bush by a dog walker.

Deborah Ross: At long last! A new body part to hate

If you ask me...

The Bourne ultimatum: was it all a PR stunt?

The mother-in-law-from-hell saga which tickled Britain last week may be no more than an elaborate publicity stunt, it was suggested yesterday.

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From leading man to Elephant Man, Bradley Cooper is terrific

From leading man to Elephant Man

Bradley Cooper is terrific
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In this the person to restore our trust in the banks?

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When do the creative juices dry up?

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The 'Cher moment' happening across fashion just now

Fashion's Cher moment

Ageing beauty will always be more classy than all that booty
Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination

Health fears over school cancer jab

Shock new Freedom of Information figures show how thousands of girls have suffered serious symptoms after routine HPV injection
Fifa President Sepp Blatter warns his opponents: 'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

Fifa president Sepp Blatter issues defiant warning to opponents
Extreme summer temperatures will soon cause deaths of up to 1,700 more Britons a year, says government report

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Extreme summer temperatures will soon cause deaths of up to 1,700 more Britons a year, says government report
LSD: Speaking to volunteer users of the drug as trials get underway to see if it cures depression and addiction

High hopes for LSD

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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

Saving Private Brandt

A Belgian museum's display of the skeleton of a soldier killed at Waterloo prompts calls for him to be given a dignified funeral