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Sky Ferreira: “I was desperate. Miserable. I got down on my knees”

Poised for a comeback years in the making, Sky Ferreira tells Susannah Butter how creating music has always been an ordeal and why she’s ready to make her 30s better than her troubled 20s

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Bubble rap: Susie Bubble gets confessional her true geek core

At JW Anderson’s Fashion Week show in a Soho amusement arcade, Susie Lau was whisked back to her formative, fumbling, disco-dancing teenage years

Rina Sawayama: “I just absolutely refuse to be a tortured artist”

She’s changed the face of the Mercurys, got the backing of Sir Elton and has a guilty love of Bon Jovi. Lisa Wright gets under the skin of Rina Sawayama

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Royal Opera House swaps glitz for grunge, Kurt Cobain style...

As the Royal Opera House readies itself for a grunge adaptation, Richard Godwin asks, why are we so attached to old misconceptions about snobbery in the oeuvre?

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Julia Fox: ‘I’m a real-ass bitch in a sea full of f***ing phonies’

Actor, writer, model, muse, dominatrix… oh, and life-saver. Julia Fox does it all with her own unfiltered brand of authenticity. Maxine Wally meets fashion and film’s new commander of chaos

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SS Daley’s latest collection is a charming ode to lesbian love

The designer’s fairytale show was inspired by love letters between Vita Sackville-West and Violet Trefusis…

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Bubble Rap: How the Queen’s departure really felt in London

We all know where we were when we heard the sad news. Susie Lau was at a comedy show… and in those first hours laughter seemed like the best medicine

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On the Plus Side: Men’s Fashion Gets Extra

While womenswear has reached more balanced body-typing on the catwalk, the men’s modelling industry is still lagging behind. Samuel Fishwick meets James Corbin and the men set to change it all

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What’s on this week in London 23rd-30th September

Have a worry about Don’t Worry Darling, get a slice of retro footie mania with Fantasy Football and cosy up for a slice of recent history with This England

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The slightly annoying/ welcome return of Sledgehammer Sarcasm

The loud, brash, lowest form of wit that the Americans do so well is a powerful tool to add to your subversive arsenal, says Hamish MacBain

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Step into this season’s trends... THE OFFICE ECCENTRIC

Why let the character you truly want to be live only in your head? Waste no more time, immerse yourself and become them, says Joe Bromley