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Stick A Sock On

Matthew Steeples criticises ‘The Telegraph’ for suggesting men can wear loafers without socks According to this morning’s Telegraph, “2020 is the...

Shoeing Out Theresa

Why did the BBC waste fifteen minutes discussing Theresa May’s footwear? The nation would be a better place if she was simply shoed out   This...

A shoe in at the Royal Opera House

Royal Opera House issues appeal to pay for ballet footwear despite paying CEO over £250,000 per year   Christmas is a time for giving and many...

Squalor in South Ken

The worst property particulars ever?   Estate agents often use clever photography to promote properties and urge sellers to tidy up and brew hot coffee before viewings....

Picture of the Week: Tagging the National

Tagged race goer spotted at Aintree   Spotted by Jules Hearn and shared on Facebook, our Picture of the Week shows a race goer at Aintree...

Tom Ford

This Texan born designer and film director turned around the fortunes of Gucci and YSL and had a huge success with A Single Man....

Post-Fordism

The flexible £12.75 million former home of Tom Ford   Number 26 Gilston Road in London’s SW10 is a property that has been on and off...
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