Newspaper proprietors find it relatively easy to opt out of public life but Desmond is a salesman to the core.
With the genius of fashion increasingly subsumed by the demands of mass commerce, it's hard not to implicate the industry in Galliano and McQueen's fates.
There was a bit more to Agincourt than a dozen Rada graduates standing around between two curtains.
Wonder Woman is riddled with contradictions: sexless, yet sexy; strong, yet vulnerable; a feminist hero created by a man.
Helen Lewis meets the illusionist and secret portrait painter.
Reading Roxane Gay comes as a relief – as being involved in feminism can sometimes feel more like voluntarily climbing into the stocks than participating in a social movement.
A major new retrospective does justice to the shocking elements of Gaultier’s work, yet also celebrates his embrace of bad taste.
The debut novels of two Tartan Beebists, whose hearts clearly belong in Scotland despite years of working in Westminster.