The glossy posse's go-to couturier makes dreamy dress confections for real women, writes Francesca Fearon.
Roll out the tastiest pastry, add a rainbow selection of juicy heirloom tomatoes and bow to a pie that reigns supreme.
Freer silhouettes, separates and Asian influences rule the spring-summer catwalks at Milan Fashion Week, writes Francesca Fearon.
From football to fashion, Andrea Della Valle has many passions. Just don't ask him to chose his favourite, writes Abid Rahman.
Amanda Harlech's role at Chanel might be ambiguous but the respect she commands is clear. Jing Zhang finds Karl Lagerfeld's muse surprisingly down to earth.
As seen at the opening of Louis Vuitton's first maison in the mainland, the flamboyant Marc Jacobs certainly knows how to put on a show, writes Divia Harilela.
The Film Development Council will review its funding schemes and draft new proposals for nurturing talent, but these won't be enough to move the industry forward if film development is not...
In many parts of the world, dinner parties are a time-honoured tradition. Self-respecting men and women open up their homes to regale friends with home-cooked food and stimulating conversation.
Hong Kong Maritime Museum has set sail on a voyage to develop partnerships with countries that share a rich sea-going history, starting with Chile. In a symbolic move seen as a transpacific...