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Barber’s Cut: Hokusai at the British Museum and African art in Paris

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Barber’s Cut: Hokusai at the British Museum and African art in Paris

Our Editor-at-Large on the cultural must-dos of the moment

The factory floor: John Smedley

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The factory floor: John Smedley

The Jackal’s journey through traditional British manufacturing continues with the world of John Smedley, maker of Britain’s finest knitwear

Integrated design, The Nova Building

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Integrated design, The Nova Building

Victoria’s hottest new development offers a fresh approach to luxury living

High society gathers for the Cartier Queens Cup

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High society gathers for the Cartier Queens Cup

The gliterati celebrate a great British tradition and a great Parisian design house

The London Library, a gym of the mind

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The London Library, a gym of the mind

A library with a first edition Dickens you can actually borrow? With our pleasure, says the London Library

Exclusive: Matthew Vaughn talks Kingsman and Old Forester bourbon

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Exclusive: Matthew Vaughn talks Kingsman and Old Forester bourbon

Watch exclusive footage of Kingsman director Matthew Vaughn discussing his new film and Old Forester, the whiskey of choice to the Statesmen, Kingsman’s American cousins

Cartier in Motion

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Cartier in Motion

The Parisian maison opens the season’s most intoxicating exhibition to date at London’s Design Museum

Cannes nightlife, how to crash parties and influence people

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Cannes nightlife, how to crash parties and influence people

A field guide to surviving the infamous Cannes party season

Hot Scot, Craig McGinlay

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Hot Scot, Craig McGinlay

Craig McGinlay was supposed to be an international rugby player. But instead, this week he’s starring in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Time for a round table with the man himself

It’s about time we worked what we wear to the gym

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It’s about time we worked what we wear to the gym

Try as we might, we’ve not all got the bodies of models. So let’s stop dressing like them

Turnbull & Asser, London Craft Week

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A Stylish Guide to London Craft Week

There are hundreds of events affiliated with London Craft Week this week, so we’ve done the work for you and picked out the sharpest of the lot

Pink Floyd, Their Mortal Remains

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Pink Floyd, Their Mortal Remains

The V&A has announced the release of a new book. It may be about one of the most hard hitting rock bands in history, but it’s a surprisingly civilised read

Mark Rylance receives a knighthood

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Mark Rylance receives a knighthood

As Sir Mark Rylance is honoured for his services to drama, we reflect on the achievements of an individual who is every bit the Jackal

Barber’s Cut: The American Dream and The Japanese House

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Barber’s Cut: The American Dream and The Japanese House

The Jackal’s Editor-at-Large critiques two of London’s most curious current exhibitions

The Day of The Jackal, Edward Fox turns 80

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The Day of The Jackal, Edward Fox turns 80

On the day Edward Fox turns 80, our editor-at-large dusts down the VHS and gorges on the glorious turn of the original Jackal

Marcus Wareing on the death of fine dining

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Marcus Wareing on the death of fine dining

Marcus Wareing has cooked in sitting rooms all over the world. But as he tells The Jackal, these days even a two-Michelin-star TV chef can’t say ‘no’ to a customer

From Selfie to Self-Expression

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From Selfie to Self-Expression

The digital age is changing art – or at least, that’s what the Saatchi Gallery’s latest exhibition invites us to wonder

Sharon Horgan on Britain’s most brutal sitcom

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Sharon Horgan on Britain’s most brutal sitcom

Sharon Horgan, it seems, has a thing for dysfunctional relationships, as is testified by her latest creation

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