Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Urban Fix; URBAN FOX

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Urban Fix; URBAN FOX

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Byline: ANNIE DEAKIN

FRENCH FANCY

TEAM LEADER

KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS

Kristin knows all about couture, and she'll see how camouflage has infiltrated the creations of Galliano, Gaultier and Treacy (below right) at the exhibition Camouflage at the Imperial War Museum until 19 November (www.iwm.org.uk).

The Chekhov actress likes a gripping tale. The film Amazing Grace is about the antislavery pioneer William Wilberforce, played by lusty Ioan Gruffudd (far left). Out today.

In order to keep up at Paris dinner parties, Kristin will need tickets to Christopher Hampton's play Total Eclipse about the relationship between French poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine. At the Menier Chocolate Factory theatre until 27 May (www.menierchocolate factory.com).

After the drama of The Seagull she'll relish the fun of seminal pop artist Joe Tilson's exhibition (left) at Waddington Galleries from 27 March to 21 April (www.waddingtongalleries.com).

PARTY PLAYER

TEAM LEADER

BORIS BECKER

Boris will be sure to avoid any cupboards at new members' nightclub with alfresco dining area at Maddox Club on Mills Street, W1, which opens next week (www.maddox club.com).

All tennis pros will enjoy the new National Tennis Centre at the Bank of England sports ground in Roehampton (www.lta.org.uk).

It will be to his advantage to snap up the ultimate in sports support. His fellow racket slinger Bjorn Borg is selling underwear, sports kit and swim gear, exclusive to After working up an appetite on the courts at Queen's Club, Boris can whip next door to the new gastropub The Queens Arms which boasts ex-Ivy chef Paul Foster and plasma screens for big sporting games (020 7610 3296).

Selfridges (0870 837 7377).

The slender blonde will be inspired by Factory Girl, starring Sienna Miller (right) kitted out beatnikstyle-If she misses Kenya, Donna can breathe some clean air at Kew Gardens, where five million flowers are bursting into bloom. …

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