Telegraph magazine - Elizabeth Jagger cover (22 July 2000)
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Telegraph magazine - Elizabeth Jagger cover (22 July 2000) Excellent condition
EMILIANA TORRINI - "Starlife" 1 page
STEVE BALLMER - Someone once called him 'the scariest, most frightening man I've ever met'. So how will Steve Ballmer set about making the much-reviled Microsoft a company everyone loves to love? 2 pages
DANIEL LIBESKIND - Architects make their mark with museums, and none more so than Daniel Libeskind. He knocked our socks off with his groundbreaking Jewish museum in Berlin, and now he is set to do it again with the spiral extension to the V&A. Maria Alvarez talks to Libeskind and his sternest critic - his wife, Nina
JENSON BUTTON - From driving test failure to Formula 1 driver at the age of 20 - Jenson Button tells Matt Seaton about living the fast life with relish
BRIX SMITH - Having lived in a brownstone in Chicago, a garage in Los Angeles, an 11th-century house in Umbria and an old rectory in Prestwich, punk star turned TV presenter Brix Smith has finally found her ideal home in a converted factory in Shoreditch