Jane Mulkerrins: A new documentary shines a light on the Dior designer, and life inside one of the most famous fashion labels in the world
Solicitors organisation warns that too much valuable, intellectual property is in danger of being lost when we die
Drying clothes can take hours, but can knobbly light-pink eggs that resemble toys save electricity on tumble dry time?
The Hindu head ornament has been appropriated by the fashion crowd since the 1960s, but in the age of Tumblr and Instagram does it have any significance left?
Kim Willsher: The French government has launched an app to teach leadership skills to women. Sounds very empowering, but can a phone really teach you confidence in the workplace?
Sarah Phillips tries out the latest e-bike for pedal power and panache
Shaun Walker: After chatting online, travelling to Odessa and wooing women on flashy dates, most men fly home alone and far poorer. Are they unlucky in love, or have they been scammed?
Facebook chief operating officer says she is constantly asked about household arrangements, but men never are
Ben Fogle thinks a GPS unit on a collar is a brilliant idea and loves a bubble toy, but says an automatic feeder is barking
Against Hollywood wisdom, a new survey reveals that movies with better gender equality don't lose money compared to male-oriented fare• Cinema programmers beware: feminist films can flunk the Bechdel test
Peter Robinson: A visit to the UK stationery industry's trade fair unleashes innovation, enthusiasm and laughter, but these are tough times in the ink trade. Now, has anyone got a pen?
I Am Chippendales tells the torrid story of the erotic dance troupe and its rise to global fame, writes Ben Child
Foodini lets users print anything they desire - provided it can be pureed first. By Alex Hern
From saturated sunset glows to that moody washed-out haze, the Instawindow is designed to turn any view into an atmospheric vision with a simple adhesive film
Students at a London university have apparently been given a 'new insight' into what elderly people feel like with the hi-tech £1,070 suit. May I suggest the cheaper and old-fashioned method – an actual conversation, writes Michele Hanson