• Karl Lagerfeld behind the camera

    Until the end of October, a selection of photographs by the designer Karl Lagerfeld are on display at La Maison Europeenne de la Photographie in the French capital. The exhibition, whose opening was attended by friends of the fashion maestro including French actress Vanessa Paradis and the American architect Peter Marino, features some innovative works as well as images from the world of fashion. Lagerfeld took up photography in 1987 in response to his disappointment at the publicity shots taken of his collection for fashion house Chanel. He now shoots all Chanel's ad campaigns himself, as well as having worked

  • Forty fabulous years in fashion: Roberto Cavalli hosts star-studded party in Paris

    Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell and Leona Lewis were among the well-dressed

  • An emotional Catherine talks of Michael's strength and dignity in face of cancer

    Being warmly welcomed back to her home turf clearly struck something of an emotional chord with Catherine Zeta-Jones. The stunning actress - who was in Wales to welcome the Ryder cup teams ahead of the tournament - fought back tears as she spoke of her husband during an official event. Addressing a 13,000-strong crowd at the Welcome to Wales concert at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, she said Michael Douglas was "holding up very, very well."   Click on photos for gallery Catherine's voice cracked as she recounted how 66-year-old Michael is responding positively to chemotherapy for throat cancer. "Everyone couldn’t be happier with

  • A life in pictures: remembering Hollywood legend Tony Curtis

    Farewell to one of the last great stars from Hollywood's golden

  • 'Tee'-rrific night of entertainment as Wales' finest congregate for Ryder Cup

    Cardiff took centre-stage on Wednesday as an array of Welsh celebrities returned to their homeland to celebrate the start of the Ryder Cup. Prince Charles cracked jokes with singer Katherine Jenkins and charmed the wives of the golfers. Guests attending the inaugural concert at the Millenium Stadium were entertained by singing superstars Dame Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins and Hollywood A-listers Catherine Zeta-Jones and Ioan

  • Breast cancer myths - separate the facts from the fiction

    1. Using deodorant does not cause breast cancer There is no scientific evidence that anti-perspirants or deodorants cause breast cancer or increase the risk of the disease. More information is available at http://info.cancerresearchuk.org/healthyliving/cancercontroversies/ 2. An ill-fitting bra cannot cause breast cancer There is no evidence to show that tight or under-wired bras cause breast cancer. 3. Women are more likely to develop breast cancer in their 60s and 70s than in their 30s and 40s The risk of breast cancer is strongly linked to age. Eighty per cent of cases are found in women aged 50 and over. 4.

You're on HELLO!'s global site. Click to return to HELLO! India Go back