Catherine Teatum and Rob Jones, from London-based fashion label Teatum Jones, win the 2015/16 International Woolmark Prize for women’s wear. Using wool in innovative ways was one of the competition’s objectives.
Karl Marx-themed mugs, stickers, magnets and pens do well at the tourism office in the German city of Trier. But a new item, released earlier this year to mark the philosopher's 200th birthday, is the really big hit.
Rain or shine, hot or cold: Germans, it is said, complain a lot. Yet polls show that they are more satisfied overall than they have been for a long time. So where's the beef? And what's wrong with griping anyway?
Aloof, independent, hedonistic: The cat is a fascinating creature, from its purrs to its claws. On International Cat Day, DW looks at artists, filmmakers and fashion designers who think felines are the cat's meow.
She was among the first women to have publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault. Now a NYT report reveals that actress Asia Argento also made a deal with a colleague to settle her own sexual misconduct case.
V.S. Naipaul, the Nobel Prize-winning British author who analyzed postcolonialism, has died in London. The Trinidad-born son of an Indian civil servant and Oxford graduate wrote the best-seller A House for Mr. Biswas.
Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love," "Stairway to Heaven" and "Kashmir" are indelibly anchored in the collective consciousness. As Robert Plant turns 70, here's a glance back at the iconic rock band's story.
A castle hotel in the middle of the Spreewald. The landscape park and the historic buildings characterize the look of the Lübbenau castle ensemble.
Sarah Willis is in Havana, Cuba to explore “Son”, the traditional Cuban music, and to also improve her dance moves. Let’s dance some Son - Bailando Son!
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