Owen Wilson in 'No Escape'

No Escape — film review

Tense thriller about an American family escaping an Asian coup

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Natalie Massenet, founder and chairman of online fashion retailer Net-A-Porter speaks during the International Herald Tribune luxury goods conference "Techno Luxury" in Berlin November 17, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT FASHION) ©Reuters
As the founder of the online fashion retailer Net-A-Porter announces her unexpected resignation from the company, read her Lunch from 2011, in which she discussed women’s luxury fashion and the world of online shopping
– by Vanessa Friedman
Tom Courtenay ©Thom Atkinson
As his acclaimed new film ‘45 Years’ hits cinemas, the poster boy of 1960s kitchen-sink realism talks about his retreat from — and return to — stardom
– by Peter Aspden
Sublimotion in Ibiza
©ScottWright/Limelight Studio

Taste the difference

The world’s most expensive restaurant opened in Ibiza in 2014. Curiously, there was already one like it — in Shanghai

Mary-Kay Wilmers
©Luke Waller

Mary-Kay Wilmers

Over artichoke risotto in Marylebone, the formidable editor of the London Review of Books talks to Lucy Kellaway about controversy, literary neighbours and Helena Bonham Carter

©Allstar

‘Trigger Mortis’, by Anthony Horowitz

Crisp one-liners, deadly peril, an uber-villain — Anthony Horowitz’s 007 novel has all the time-honoured ingredients, writes Simon Schama

What Katie (and Luella) did next

Two of Britain’s best-known and most popular designers on launching their label together

An early 19th-century watchtower, now the Tainaron Blue Retreat guesthouse
©George Messaritakis

Walks amid the watchtowers of the Mani

William Dalrymple explores the wild mountains and ancient churches of Greece’s far south

Who - Danger signs in Imber
Where - Army training area and abandoned town of Imber 
When - 23/08/2015
Why - Visting the abandoned town of Imber

By bus to the ‘ghost village’ of Imber

For one day a year, buses run to an English village with no residents. By Matthew Engel

Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in '45 Years'

45 Years — film review

The gripping story of a marriage shaken by a ghost from the past

©Toby Whitebread

Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan quartet

This tetralogy shines because of its vibrant, unflinching study of friendship, writes Claire Messud

Eelco Smits in ‘Song from Far Away,’ taken during a performance in Brazil
©Jan Versweyveld

What do dramaturgs do?

Sarah Hemming investigates the shadowy figures behind some of theatre’s biggest hits

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