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RITA Gomez Biddulph was not one to let difficult situations prevent her from reaching her dreams. Overcoming financial obstacles, she worked her way to an amazing career as a journalist for Reuters and then lawyer for the UK Government. ELIZABETH TAI met her in London recently.
DESIGNER Wayne Hemingway attacks the big names as his TV documentary focuses on the #8216;stink#8217; in the clothes industry, reports NIGEL REYNOLDS in London.
A native American, he was raised on a reservation, where his family still lives. Taught by Jesuits, he became a songwriter, comedian, poet and filmmaker and was hailed as one of the best young American novelists. His work subverts ideas of the nobly suffering Indian and often presents the hard reality of urban life. DUNCAN CAMPBELL reports.
WHAT better way to launch an anti-ageing range of products than at a spa resort? As Christian Dior#8217;s new Capture R60/80 is targeted specifically at managing wrinkles, MICHELE LIAN got some dewy-glow action in Langkawi.
STEP into the World Boutique and you would immediately notice the all-red interior; nothing works as well as red to signify a wong (prosperous) start.
Voyages to exotic destinations in the sunset are evoked in Michael Kors's Celine Spring/Summer 2003 collection.
When Tom Bower came up the drive with a file of awkward questions about carve-ups in the global transfer market, a number of directors, agents and even managers must have dived behind the sofa. Bower is one of Britain#8217;s foremost investigative journalists and is not the sort to settle for #8220;no comment#8221;.
These days, fragrances are no longer only about smelling good; it#8217;s a lifestyle. It#8217;s about defining who you are, what your goals are, and what you want to become.