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The Economist 1843 16h
In praise of pierogi
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Women worldwide spend $35bn on workwear every year, on clothes that chafe, crease and confine. That is changing, thanks to a number of female entrepreneurs. By me, for
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The Economist 1843 21h
The bus that takes passengers on a tour of London – while serving them a lavish six-course meal
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Slowly, after years of coy flirtation, beautifying male products are becoming a bona fide cosmetics category
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The Economist 1843 Jan 16
Few pieces of design reflect their era as successfully as the Eames rocking chair
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Bo Franklin Jan 16
I tried out a new restaurant on wheels that was more National Express than Orient Express for
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The Economist 1843 Jan 16
At 13 Sergei Polunin's potential as a ballet dancer was so evident that his teacher would pull up a chair and study him during class. From the archive
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The Economist 1843 Jan 16
The Bustronome is a double-decker that trundles through London, as a chef on board prepares a six-course meal for its passengers. Diners predisposed to motion sickness should trust their instincts
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The Economist 1843 Jan 15
The bus that takes passengers on a tour of London – while serving them a lavish six-course meal
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The Economist 1843 Jan 15
Meet Selly Raby Kane, the west African designer whose clothes are worn by Beyoncé
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The Economist 1843 Jan 15
Can a man wear make-up and still be manly?
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
Why performing naked is good for the soul
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
“I know at least one Google executive who has consulted the same fortune-teller”
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
How I turned my suburban back garden into a vineyard
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
You’re quite right! Thanks for pointing that out, we’ve corrected the piece.
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
The best day trips from Mexico City
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
Lake Ohrid was once known as the Balkan Jerusalem for its 365 churches, one for each day of the year
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The Economist 1843 Jan 14
Where not to stay in New Hampshire
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The Economist 1843 Jan 13
If rock groups are businesses, businesses are getting more like rock bands, with less emphasis on protocol, rank and authority
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The Economist 1843 Jan 13
Heath Robinson’s madcap inventions feel timelier than ever
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