Paul Smith picked an unlikely venue for his first international collection in 1976: an unglamorous ground-floor hotel room in Paris’s Latin Quarter.
It took less than two minutes. With that much time to fill in a BBC Radio show, the Beatles crashed out a direct-to-air version of “I’m Talking About You.”
Tracey Emin’s sketch of the Queen, a Jane Birkin concert, Sheridan Smith, and burger bargains are our choices for London this weekend.
This year’s top 100 billionaires own discount supermarkets and luxury brands, oil refineries and cement factories. They span the decades from millennial Mark Zuckerberg to 93-year-old Karl Albrecht.
James Blake won the 2013 Barclaycard Mercury Prize last night, beating better-known and hotly tipped acts such as David Bowie, the Arctic Monkeys and Laura Mvula.
Arcade Fire’s ambitious “Reflektor” sounds like it should come with a sticker: “Caution advised, double heavy-concept album.”
The first Initial Public Offering for an athlete is underway!
Lou Reed, a New York-based rock musician who co-founded the Velvet Underground and wrote and sang “Walk on the Wild Side,” has died. He was 71.
David Bowie looks straight into your eyes. He points right at you.
The British menswear mogul on limited-edition bikes, collaborating with David Bowie and more