People touch Project Jacquard fabric to control lights or computer screens at Google’s annual developers conference in San Francisco. Photograph: Glenn Chapman/AFP/Getty Images

If you thought it was only a matter of time before Google tried to turn your pants into a computer, well, guess what? you were right. Last Frid(...)

I went for a guided walk in San Francisco. Which, in a city so improbably sloped, really means a hike, and my guide was Alex Kenin, founder of Urban H(...)

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Left to right:  denim dress (€97), at East;  culottes (£30/€35) at; sleeveless printed dress (€348), by Mary Katrantzou x Current/Elliott at; printed top (€24) and jeans (€32), at Dorothy Perkins

Since the advent of denim – as workwear and then, thanks to Levi Strauss, as the item every James Dean wannabe just had to own – we have seen (...)