Paul Weller

Crombie's autumn/winter 2012 collection possesses what you would expect from a company that has dressed the likes of the Duke of Windsor, Winston Churchill, Cary Grant, The Beatles, JFK and Barack Obama: and that is ineffable classic style, but with a modern twist. Jason Holmes met Crombie's head of wholesale Gordon Ritchie to try on the king of coats
On Monday night, the inevitable finally happened. Tour de France winner and Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins met his
Bradley Wiggins's mod style is almost as famous as his gold medal - and both were on display on Monday night, as he chatted
Across the table in a Surrey coffee shop sits no ordinary singer. The smile is luminous, the eyes soft, her voice languorous.
As Paul Weller's long-time collaborator and one of the finest and most prolific drummers Britain has ever produced, Steve White is now looking to the future. Jason Holmes journeyed to Stockport to meet him.
It is hard to believe that it is now eight years since the first Official Download Chart was launched in the UK. How the world has changed.
Veteran mod rocker Paul Weller has stormed to the top of the album charts, the Official Charts Company said. The former Jam
To the rear of an antiques cum junk shop on Bethnal Green Road lie the offices, or should I say office, of Eddie Piller, the brains behind one of the UK's most successful independent record labels, Acid Jazz Records, which was responsible for nurturing the musical talent of Jamiroquai, the Brand New Heavies and Mother Earth.
Elbow, Paul Weller and Bat For Lashes are among the acts to play the eclectic Latitude Festival this summer. Other stars
In the late 80s or early 90s, I did an ambulance workers' benefit in London, with my comedy partner Simon Hickson. Paul Weller was on the same bill. He tapped me on the shoulder and asked "Where's the sound check?" I was speechless and just pointed. We didn't talk about the old times together, in Southampton, in 1979, when we wore the same shirt. But that was okay.
At first glance, hidden behind Carnaby Street in Kingly Court, two floors up above the bars and clothes retailers, Youth
Mark Powell has a glint in his eye and his handshake is firm when he greets me in his Marshall Street shop. As one would expect from a man born in Poplar, east London, he has a no-nonsense attitude. At 50, he remains one of London's most iconic and influential bespoke tailors, having made suits for Mick Jagger, Ronnie Kray, David Bowie and Harrison Ford.