Jerusalem's finest

Chocolate kranz cake may look complicated but it is surprisingly easy to make – provided you have an electric mixer.

Jerusalem's finest

The attractions of northern Tanzania are so plentiful, a museum marking the - or, at least, one - 'cradle of humanity' rarely gets a look in, writes Mark Footer.

The feel good factor

Taking our minds off the sorry state of global affairs, the autumn-winter catwalks embraced a serious, luxurious, womanly aesthetic. And, at Paris Fashion Week, Jing Zhang also found a bit of...

The dark side

The mood at Milan Fashion Week was sombre and sensual, with clothes to match, writes Francesca Fearon.

The dark side

For decades, octogenarian Dr Mahinder Watsa has been ruffling the feathers - and bed sheets - of Mumbai with his open and candid approach to copulation, writes Amrit Dhillon.

My life: Andrew Keith

The Lane Crawford president tells Francesca Fearon how a chance find under a dormitory mattress inspired a career in fashion.

My life: Andrew Keith

The designers let the art do the talking in one Repulse Bay family house.

My life: Andrew Keith

The Taiwanese capital’s multicultural cuisine whets the appetite of Fuchsia Dunlop, as she tucks into the best the city has to offer.

My life: Andrew Keith

Black and white: timeless, feminine yet undeniably bold.