There’s been cultural backlash against thinness, first with a ‘celebration of curves’ amid the advent of Mad Men. Above, Christina Hendricks

In Topshop, no one can hear you scream. Probably just as well, because the last time I was there, a thought napalmed me for a good two minutes: I coul(...)

 If you’ve (somehow) missed out on all those OITNB premiere parties, now is the time to get queuing

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The End of the Affair: With plenty of reflection on the novel-writing process and insights into the obsessive mind of the writer, Maurice Bendrix (played in Neil Jordan’s film adapatation by Ralph Fiennes) is an intriguing antihero, loosely based on Graham Greene himself

The End of the Affair, Graham Greene (1951) Set in London, Greene’s novel follows writer Maurice Bendrix in the closing months of the second Wo(...)