Zara drops children's shirt after comparisons to Nazi concentration camp uniforms

12:32am Fashion chain pulls from sale a striped children's top decorated with a large six-pointed star after it was likened to uniforms worn by Jewish concentration camp inmates in Nazi Germany.

Emmy Awards 2014 best and worst dressed

NEDAHL STELIO The Emmys are one of my favourite awards because besides the usual movie suspects, all our girls from, well Girls, among others, get to frock up and stalk the carpet.

Emmy Awards 2014 red carpet

JENNA CLARKE All the frocks and shocks as they happen on the red carpet from the 2014 Emmy Awards.


Korean pop culture lures tourists for plastic surgery

Anna Fifield 5:15pm Korea’s pop-culture “wave” has brought it a new export: nips, tucks and other plastic surgeries for Chinese visitors eager to look like their favourite celebrities from Korean soap operas.

Photo series captures the ageless beauty of senior women at the salon

Andrea Romano There's nothing more beautiful than growing old gracefully, especially when it comes with a fair amount of wisdom.

Bondi Hipsters take on Old Spice

Old Spice have built a reputation on ridiculous, yet entertaining ad campaigns. The Bondi Hipsters have built a reputation on ridiculous, yet entertaining satires. Now the two have combined.


Aussies are bigger boozers than the Brits, but Belarus tops the list

SARAH BERRY 9:07pm Australian culture is marinated in alcohol, but where do we sit in the worldwide list of biggest boozers?


A day in the life of a food addict

Jennifer Garth It starts first thing in the morning. The moment you open your eyes you’re bombarded with food thoughts.

To age happily, eat well, stay fit and listen to One Direction

John Bingham Experts on the process of ageing are recommending a dose of One Direction as part of their prescription for a happy and successful old age.

Home & Style

Walcott garden earns stamp of approval

SUSAN PARSONS Rosalind and Benjamin Walcott's Red Hill property is a native wonderland that has starred in Open Gardens Australia and will now feature on stamps.

Heirloom vegetables: Harvest from Simon Rickard's book

KAREN HARDY Vegetables have interesting stories to tell, reckons author Simon Rickard, who combined his twin loves of gardening and history in a new book, writes Karen Hardy.

White minimalism makes way for opulent interiors

Judy Barouch By paring back and working in select antiques, interiors are becoming more nuanced, imaginative and autobiographical.


Man up or miss out in the world of dating

MJ Angel Men say rejection is their biggest fear in the game of love, but women can't wait in their ivory towers in the kingdom Singleness waiting for men to sweep them off into happily ever-after.

Australian men's magazines are tired and dying

Damien Murphy Zoo Weekly and its ilk are going the way of the dinosaurs and not just because of the internet.

Can a man be romanced?

KATHERINE FEENEY Why is it so difficult for a modern woman to figure out how to properly woo a man?

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