By Kathleen Hou If you once paid $100 for a bottle of green Chanel polish on eBay, blame makeup artist Peter Philips. The former creative director of Chanel Makeup and current creative and image director for Dior Beauty is the man responsible for some of the most iconic, covetable beauty trends and images of the past few decades. Show More Summary
This picture was posted a few days ago, on the public news page for the Swedish Armed Forces. Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip (man in green beret) visited the Swedish UN Force in Mali, called Camp Nobel. The force is about 250 people strong, and under UN’s command. Show More Summary
Sir Philip Green may be forced to pay compensation to 20,000 members of the BHS pension scheme after the UK's pensions regulator started an enforcement action against the retail tycoon. Green, who also faces the loss of his knighthood...Show More Summary
Sir Philip Green, best known for turning British high street brand Topshop into an international powerhouse, is under intense scrutiny in his home country for his mishandling of retailer BHS. On Thursday, things went from bad to worse: The UK's House of Commons unanimously voted to strip... Continue reading
British Parliament voted on Thursday to strip billionaire Topshop owner Philip Green of his knighthood. The unanimous decision comes after months of criticism due to his involvement in the collapse of BHS, the home retailer he owned...
Backbench MPs called Sir Philip Green a "billionaire spiv" who cried "crocodile tears" over his role in the collapse of BHS during a debate on whether the retail tycoon should be stripped of his knighthood. Conservative MP Iain Wright,...Show More Summary
Sir Philip Green's campaign to protect his knighthood continued on Thursday, with the retail billionaire attacking Labour MP Frank Field for "highly defamatory and false" comments in a TV interview. A letter from Taveta Investments, the Green family's company, was circulated to journalists on Thursday morning. Show More Summary
Sir Philip Green has continued his public defence of his reputation ahead of a vote in parliament on his knighthood on Thursday, telling ITV he is "very, very, very sorry" for the collapse of BHS and insisting "there’s no running away" from the pension issue. Green sat down for an interview with ITV's Robert Peston, broadcast on Tuesday night. Show More Summary