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Comedian Russell Brand has cancelled several gigs in the Middle East after promoters said they could not guarantee his safety.

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Face facts: 'Boots Health & Beauty' will use 'natural' models, unlike 'Shape', top, with a retouched Britney Spears

Can you tell which cover girls are the real thing?

Boots has pledged to stop digitally enhancing its models

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Lasers aren’t just for astronauts and  Bond film baddies. Precision-engineered fashion is the latest hi-tech trend to hit  the high street, says Emma Akbareian

iStyle: The Blitz spirit

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Shulman wants to show the difference between fashion and reality

'Vogue' exposes industry's tricks: The magazine has made a film to reveal fashion's fakery to teenagers

One of the biggest names in the world of fashion is to go into Britain's secondary schools to reveal the trickery behind the glossy images it sells.

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