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The 1895 coalition between Chamberlain’s Liberal Unionists and the Tories was not a lasting setback for the Liberal Party proper. That party won a landslide victory in 1906 (and under the leadership of Asquith and Lloyd George laid the foundations for the welfare state).
Wool skirt suits and silk leopard print dresses- along with the obligatory shirting and draped corset dresses, where all given the Westwood treatment yesterday at the Red Label show and with beautiful results.
With a front row including Pamela Anderson, Cat Deeley. Nicola Roberts and Pete Burns, plus Jacquetta Wheeler and Daisy Lowe both modelling, it [...]
I am such a fool. On reflection, what I should have done was reach across, grab it, snaffle it out in my trouser pocket and take it home to flog on eBay. David “Bumble” Lloyd’s pork steak, I mean. It’s not as if he wanted it.
“I’m giving up on this,” he’d already declared in frustration, [...]
Paragluteus kindly summarised my previous post about BBC2’s The Special Relationship, featuring Dennis Quaid (left) and Michael Sheen (right) thus:
There was this telly programme I didn’t see, but I know someone who did, and from what he said I reckon I would have been annoyed by it if I’d seen it. And there was another bloke who [...]
Tell you what. If Ed Miliband wins this thing, it’ll be a laugh. He gave a little speech at the end of 2008, after Lehman Bros went bust and the world’s credit system was poised on the cusp of a meltdown of confidence, at a Spectator awards bash, according to Steve Richards in Whatever It [...]
British beatboxer Schlomo and Rajasthani morchang player Raies Khan flex their throats
According to reports, thousands of people gathered at the “Protest the Pope” march on Saturday in London in opposition to Pope’s four day state visit to Britain. The Independent’s Johann Hari spoke at the rally. Here is a video of his speech.
With her signature fruity colour palette, Louise Gray’s crafty designs were more extravagant than in previous seasons. Inspired by tribes in Trinidad and Tobago as well as many artists and photographers, Gray used Indian mirror work and rags in various clashing fabrics.
A highlight were the sweet candy coloured sandals designed by Nicholas Kirkwood for Pollini [...]
Central St Martins graduate David Koma has already dressed Cheryl Cole and Beyonce in his fairly short career. His clingy and futuristic dresses are instantly recognisable for their coverings of fluted, burnished and jingly ionised copper.
His s/s11 show though was softer, opening with fluted skater skirts in crem and baby pink – the sort of [...]
The most fun show of Saturday which made everyone want to party Glam Rock style. Disco was the order of the day here, complete with hyper-real prints on billowing chiffon jumpsuits and a metallic lilac trouser suit.
House of Holland
More Seventies styles here with a collection moved on from Holland’s previous seasons. The look was more [...]
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