On the eve of London Fashion Week 2014, Wardrobe Decoder’s Katya Foreman takes a peek at the clothes of a modern style icon.
Miloš Karadaglić is the heartthrob musician earning the instrument new fans and hard-won respect. Clemency Burton-Hill talks to him.
Helsinki-born photographer Denise Grünstein is showing work at an exhibition coinciding with New York Fashion Week.
Four Weddings and a Funeral was released 20 years ago – but has any rom-com bettered it? What’s happened to the genre? Nicholas Barber finds out.
George Clooney brings his war caper The Monuments Men to the Berlin Film Festival. He talks to BBC Culture at the premiere.
The Viceroy’s House stands as the centrepiece of New Delhi, but also serves as an emblem of the British and Indian relationship. Jonathan Glancey looks back.
Just as his new Metronomy video is unveiled, Michel Gondry shows his latest film at Berlin – an animated interview with philosopher Noam Chomsky.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including an overview of Amazon, an essay on Orwell and why Inside Llewyn Davis is a masterpiece.
A Spanish artist has turned 21 dead sheep into side tables inspired by the Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí.
As the shows continue in the Big Apple we look at some highlights from the runway