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While he usually cuts a more dapper figure these days, Sir Elton John showed that the fancy-dress box wasn’t completely shut as he hosted comedy show Saturday Night Live, playing a number of different characters.

Wool Work: A Sailor’s Art, Compton Verney, Warwickshire

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Harriet Walker: Can you combine comfort with cool?

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A flourish for fetish: Louis Vuitton unleashes its new objects of desire

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Stella McCartney opened the proceedings at the Paris collections yesterday, choosing as her location the Opera Garnier.

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