Burberry’s Christopher Bailey is in defiant mood. He has reclaimed the label’s classic checks once favoured by so-called chavs and football hooligans showing the creations alongside an idiosyncratic photography exhibition, Here We are.
Explore the Gherkin, drop into number 10, see Erno Goldfinger’s masterpiece brutalist Trellick Tower, clamber up BT Tower and watch the whole city spread out below you at the top of the Shard.
Mario Testino is best known for his extravagant model shoots, weighty coffee table tomes and that Diana photoshoot for Vanity Fair at Kensington Palace.
Just when you thought the general election campaign needed a spark, an unseen hand to shake the main players out of their lethargy, up comes some very entertaining ghosts from the past. Those latex puppets that got 15m viewers glued to the television sets in the 80s and 90s are back again for a cameo role in a lacklustre election campaign devoid of characters, candour and colour.