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“Diana was a rebel who broke from royal tradition.”

“She was very self-assured and very sweet . . . She made you feel like you were the only person in the world when she was talking to you,” is fashion (...)

It’s the colour of blood, of passion, with the greatest power to attract attention and a starry, red carpet favourite. Red, however, is not the colour(...)

It may be four years since Bruno Mars last got around to releasing an album, but his activities since 2012’s Unorthodox Jukebox have heightened expec(...)

Camilla Coyne and KnockFada Kimberley at the 93rd annual Connemara Pony show in Clifden Co. Galway. Photograph: Andrew Downes/XPOSURE

Bartley and Tomás Ó Máille have been to Connemara ponies what Versace has been to fashion, and no west of Ireland festival has been quite complete wit(...)

Nuisance: creeping in your closets, the clothes moth gobbles up any natural fibre from wool to silk, cotton and linen, cashmere fur and even feathers and hair. Photograph: Getty

They are voracious. They can munch their way through almost anything. They may be lurking in your home unbeknownst to you. And they show no mercy when(...)

Nuala Goodman at home in Milan, under her portrait of Ettore Sottsass. Photograph: Carlo Lavatori

Irish artist, designer and curator Nuala Goodman has been based in Milan for more than 20 years since her graduation from the National College of Art(...)

Life in the fast lane: “Some of the ‘fuerdai’ have a crush on the life of luxury ... they drive Bentley, Maserati, Porsche and so on”

When news broke online that Wang Sicong, son of Wang Jianlin, China’s richest man, had spent €350,000 in a single night at a karaoke bar in Beijing, (...)

US ‘Vogue’ editor Anna Wintour: “There is something about fashion that can make people really nervous.” Photograph: Patrick Kovarik/AFP/Getty Images

“There is something about fashion that can make people really nervous,” says US Vogue editor Anna Wintour in the documentary The September Issue. If y(...)

Mount Vesuvius towers over the Italian city of Naples. Photograph: Getty Images

See Naples. And sigh. Formerly the glorious capital of a separate kingdom, Italy’s third-largest city – after Rome and Milan – spiralled into decline (...)

The algorithm change will not affect search on tablets or desktop computers. But as mobile now accounts for half of all searches on Google, companies will notice the consequences.

Google will this week overhaul the way its search engine recommends websites on mobiles, an algorithmic shift that is likely to penalise many sites, i(...)

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