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The world’s most Stylish Spy
Former British espionage worker on Vogue staff ’ read the dramatic headline in the Herald Journal when American Vogue hired artist Brian Stonehouse to become its fashion illustrator in 1952. Stonehouse, who died in 1998, had survived five Nazi...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8378-the-world-s-most-stylish-spy
The Daily: October 17
Motherhood average age reaches 30 The average age women have children has risen to the highest level on record, according to the Office for National Statistics. First time mothers are also older than ever before at just over 28 years old. The reasons...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/3168-the-daily-october-17-2013
The What, Where, When: 20 - 22 April
WHAT: 15th British Silent Film Festival . In a year of renaissance for silent films, this annual festival features a packed programme of the very best British titles alongside musical accompaniment. WHERE : Arts Picturehouse, 38-39 St Andrew’s Street,...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/22-culture/theatre/251-the-what-where-when-21-22nd-april?Itemid=126
Still Sensational at 62...
With her years of experience in front of the camera, it should come as little surprise that international model and former Vogue cover girl Marie Helvin looks relaxed in her latest photo shoot. But what is surprising is that Marie, who was once married...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8936-still-sensational-at-62
Book Reviews: 7 July
OUT NOW FASTING AND FEASTING: The Life of Visionary Food Writer Patience Gray by Adam Federman (Chelsea Green Publishing, £23) Writer Patience Gray (1917-2005) is best remembered for her visionary cookbooks Plats du Jour (1957) and Honey From a Weed...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10989-book-reviews-7-july
Book Reviews: 6 January
OUT NOW School of Velocity by Beck Rubin (One, £12.99) Set in 1960s Holland, cultural historian Rubin’s Taut debut novel is an insightful look at the attraction of opposites and how time affects relationships. At its centre is the friendship between...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10462-book-reviews-6-january
The Christmas Book Guide 2016
FICTION NUTSHELL by Ian McEwan (Jonathan Cape, £16.99) McEwan is on top form in this tale of adultery, greed and murder with references to Hamlet, narrated by a baby boy in utero. While his mother and paternal uncle hatch their evil plans, said foetus...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10368-the-christmas-book-guide-2016
Book Reviews: 26 June
OUT NOW The Weightless World by Anthony Trevelyan (Galley Beggar Press, £11; offer price, £9.90) When Steven Strauss sets off for Mumbai in pursuit of an antigravity machine, he assumes it exists only in the head of his boss, Raymond Ess. So does...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/8928-book-reviews-26-june
The What, Where, When: 24 April
WHAT: The Other Art Fair . The Other Arts Fair is an artist-led fair, displaying stunning pieces of art from unrepresented artists all around the world. It will be a relaxed environment giving visitors the opportunity to speak directly to the artists,...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/8723-the-what-where-when-24-april
The Daily: 16 December
The Prince George effect The United Kingdom’s little treasure, Prince George, has once again won the population over. The pictures of the little prince were released on Sunday, and after being seen to wear the iconic Start-Rite shoes, the Norwich...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/8348-the-daily-16-december
Book reviews: 4 May
OUT NOW WHEN I DIE Philip Gould (Little, Brown £14.99) When a top Labour strategist who lives and breathes for politics contracts cancer it is inevitable that the language of campaigning infects his thoughts and speech. 'Everything I thought about the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/19-culture/books/297-book-reviews-4-may?Itemid=124
The soup won't work.
I am in fairly severe trouble. The courgette soup is not working. In life, I labour under the entirely unproven belief that almost anything can be cured by the judicious application of soup. It’s not so much the eating of soup, although of course this...
http://www.lady.co.uk/blogs/entry/the-soup-won-t-work
Tea tour
Every hotel worth their (fine sea) salt is amping up their Afternoon Tea menu. With The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee fast approaching and the tourism juggernaut of the Olympics following suite, traditional Britishness is very much in vogue. In short: tea is...
http://www.lady.co.uk/blogs/entry/tea-tour
Television Review: 7 September
Perhaps it's residual Jubilee fever but there does seem to be an unusual number of dramas set in the early 1950s at the moment. Practically everything I've seen on television lately seems to have featured a huge Bakelite TV being installed ready for...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/21-culture/television-film/986-television-review-7-september?Itemid=125
The Japanese House: Architecture and life after 1945
This is not a typical gallery exhibition, in that it doesn’t celebrate an artist or glorious treasures from the past. On arrival, it’s a bit confusing as there is no noticeable sequential beginning or end. You don’t start in the first room but are...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10793-the-japanese-house-architecture-and-life-after-1945
In conversation wtih: Anna Bance, founder of Girl Meets Dress
Anna Bance, formerly Head of UK PR for Hermes founded Girl Meets Dress in 2009. From funding to raising publicity for the business, Anna has relished the challenges posed by raising a business that started out from her kitchen table. She’s keen to...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/10727-in-conversation-wtih-anna-bance-founder-of-girl-meets-dress
The First Monday in May
Everyone knows the first Monday in May is Met Gala Day, don’t they? It’s the first little red circle I put in my diary every year. Not really. But it’s indicative of the fashion event’s grand sense of self-importance that the title of this fabulous...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10230-the-first-monday-in-may
Book Reviews: 26th August
OUT NOW WHISPERS THROUGH A MEGAPHONE by Rachel Elliott (ONE , £8.99) The lasting, damaging legacy of a toxic mother is at the root of this incisive and quirky study of modern relationships, sexual identity, disillusionment and redemption. Miriam...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10120-book-reviews-26th-august
Dressed by the Kids Day
Five young stars were transformed into popular style icons to launch Oxfam's new fundraising event, Dressed by the Kids Day (29 April). - Molly Reid, 7, from Glasgow, was transformed into iconic Vogue Fashion Editor Anna Wintour. - Daniel Runacres, 8,...
http://www.lady.co.uk/life/9748-dressed-by-the-kids-day
Book reviews: 11 March
OUT NOW AT THE EXISTENTIALIST CAFÉ: Freedom, Being And Apricot Cocktails by Sarah Bakewell (Chatto & Windus, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) Like modern-day hipsters, the 1930s French existentialists had a weird glamour all of their own: Instead of beards...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/9672-book-reviews-11-march

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