As fashion continues its love affair with the 70s, homes are paying homage to that decade, too.
Cat Deeley is on all fours, crawling slowly across the carpet of her Savoy suite.
In recent years, concerns have been widely expressed about the sun and the potential damage it poses to our skin.
Women of the world, we apologise for distracting you from your search for the Higgs boson/contemplation of the plight of female Lib Dem MPs and/or trying to block out the shrill wail of an advancing royal wedding, but we fear you may have missed some disturbing comments made by one Simon Murray, chairman of Glencore, the world's largest commodities trader, on the subject of women in boardrooms: "They have a tendency not to be so involved quite often and they're not so ambitious in business as men because they've got better things to do," he told the Sunday Telegraph.
From a certain perspective, Jesse Eisenberg's acting career resembles a darkly ironic cosmic joke, with Eisenberg as the victim.
If there's one thing Hollywood films and royal weddings have in common, it's to sacrifice reality in the name of fairytale.
JK Rowling's Harry Potter books are a guilty pleasure without all that much guilt, a stupefyingly English series of stories that somehow avoid harnessing the worst aspects of petty-minded Anglo-Saxon snobbery.
Dionne Bromfield sweeps into her record label's office – her hair huge, her body tiny – flanked by a team of preeners and pamperers.