Peggy Guggenheim was one of the most influential art collectors of the twentieth century, but very little is known about her first London gallery.
Victoria Beckham and Andy Warhol. Who would have Adam and Eved it?
Even the big beasts are here as Bailey prowls around the pavilion galleries glowering at the framed prints on the walls showing his disdain or approval.
Meghan’s wax figure which took six months to make at the entertainment company’s Acton studios in west London, wears a green P.A.R.O.S.H. dress like the one Markle wore on TV during her engagement interview with fiance Harry.
Far From the capital’s epicentre of luxury boutique smash and grabs and moped-enabled muggings, no flashing blue lights or armed detectives attended Abib Hussein’s burgled business address for over 24 hours even though £200,000 in cash had been stolen.
BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today Programme has captured the nation’s attention for six decades. Ever wondered what its presenters get up to when they are not reading the news or grilling the nation’s politicians?
Late painter Howard Hodgkin confessed to being bitten by the collecting virus. He even kept auction catalogues and a tape measure beside his bed, handy for marking things he fell in love with.
Emilio Guerrero-Sepulveda was a bespectacled, smartly-dressed and well-groomed middle-aged man who looked more like a businessman than a globetrotting criminal who wreaked havoc at airport arrival lounges, hotel lobbies, West End luxury boutiques and several west London suburbs.
Frieze is not just about the art. It is about fashion. The VIP parties. The small talk. And oh, the eye-popping prices.
Mario Testino is best known for his extravagant model shoots, weighty coffee table tomes and that Diana photoshoot for Vanity Fair at Kensington Palace.