Style

THE WORDS WE WEAR

Applied Fashion: clothes now have so many labels that a pair of jeans can come with 700 words attached. Rebecca Willis looks at the fine print read more »
  • TWO SHRIMPS AND A SHILLING

    My Madeleine: in the hungry holidays, when school meals were off the menu, Alan Johnson knew where to go for a pie. And who to go with read more »
  • THE VOGUE FOR SCANDI SEATING

    A Matter of Taste: Kassia St Clair explains why mid-century sofas look like a dachshund, and where you can buy your own
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  • MORE THAN MALBEC IN MENDOZA

    The Wine-List Inspector: at 1884, Tim Atkin leaves the heavy reds to the tourists and tries some new-wave wines with a lighter touch read more »
  • THEY COULD BE HEROES

    Once upon a time, menswear took its cue from the battlefield; then it was the ranch. Now it’s the rugby field and the cricket pavilion. Ed Smith explores this shift and what it says about us read more »
  • PERFECT PASTRIES IN NAPLES

    Lipsmacking: the recipe for sfogliatelle at Attanasio hasn't changed for 90 years. Isabel Best gets stuck in read more »
  • THE GAMINE IN MANY GUISES

    The Line of Beauty: impish but innocent, boyish but feminine, the true gamine is more than just a haircut. As an exhibition devoted to Audrey Hepburn opens in London, Matthew Sweet combs through the history of her signature look read more »