"You can only make a picture of something that exists, right? And for me that was quite important. I wanted to capture time."
As she approaches her 90th birthday, the photographer reflects on a life that has encompassed the tragedy of war and separation from her family, and recalls the greats she has known, from Cartier-Bresson to Beaton. (TMG) Camera Press
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"Iíve watched new companies form and designers extend their sizes into new ranges. There are all these options now for a variety of curvy women."
After dabbling with demure images focusing on social awareness, the Pirelli calendar returns to more familiar territory in its 2015 offering, for which the photographer Steven Meisel has shot 12 of his favourite beauties. Among them is the size-16 model Candice Huffine. She talks about her dream to act as model since she was in high school. (TMG) Camera Press
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"I like to go to church on my own."
Britainís most famous bad girl talks about faith, the Fake Sheikh and those cosmetic fillers. (TMG) Guardian & Observer photos
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"My editor says sheíd die of shock if she saw me on Twitter."
The poet on feminism, her childhood and her addiction to Eastenders. (TMG) action press
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"Itís brands ó Puma, Nike, Adidas; they want everything to be in flashy colours to draw the eyes to the boots. Itís not voluntary for us. But the hairstyle, itís yours."
Not content with fronting the Arsenal attack, the Premier League star wants to be a global brand. A talk with the Frenchman vying to be the next David Beckham. (BF) Reuters
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"His alchemical eye has sublimated tweed at Chanel. Karl Lagerfeld has reinvented tweed."
Amanda Harlech shares her passion for tweed Ė from the pink ensemble she wore as a wee girl (when playing with a little lad called Jasper Conran), to Chanelís designs old and new. (TMG) action press
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"I donít have a flash car, I donít have a flash office Ė itís not who I am."
David Heyman, the British producer behind last yearís space blockbuster Gravity, watched over the young Harry Potter stars throughout the decade-long franchise. So who better to look after everyoneís favourite bear as he takes on digital form? (TMG) action press
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"What's so brilliant with Facebook is the idea of interaction. If I could have interacted with Marlon Brando as a kid, wow!"
Vin Diesel on the challenging role of Groot, a tree in Guardians of the Galaxy, on Facebook fans and how his mum is his superhero. (BF) action press
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"I need friends to help me staying grounded."
Selena Gomez about dealing with fame, Adele, travelling, managing careers in music and in film, starting to loose sight of what she wants to do and the difficulty for her to say "no". (DB) Action Press
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"Formula One is now starting to exist in some kind of off-world economy that isnít affected by small countries like Great Britain."
Former champion praises compatriot Lewis Hamilton for his maturity this season and handling of difficult situation with Nico Rosberg. (TMG) action press
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