The Pink Ribbon was officially adopted as the symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1992, and since then, millions have been raised to help fund vital research and support people with the disease - which killed more than 11,600 women and 73 men in 2012.
Spring/summer season at Fashion Week is notorious for its no-make-up looks. The fresh-faced glows, the oh-so slightly dewy cheeks and rosebud mouths.
As the season changes and skin loses its post-summer glow, it might not be the best time to let you know that barely-there make-up is the go-to look for autumn. But don't worry, it might look like you've climbed out of bed, gulped down a healthy juice and simply swept a slick of mascara over your lashes, but there's more to this look than meets the eye.
Every season has a vintage obsession, and for autumn/winter 2014 it's undoubtedly the era that brought us miniskirts and mods.
Wave goodbye to the Indian summer. Instead, shift your focus to the serious business of buying a winter coat.
When it comes to the Fashion Week calendar, London is undoubtedly the most experimental of the capitals, while New York is commercial, Milan is all about glamour and Paris showcases high-end chic.
The leaves are starting to fall, the lawn needs rejuvenating, the beds could do with a tidy-up, and overcrowded plants can be lifted and divided.
With autumn comes books, lots of them. Celebrity autobiographies, new novels from top-notch authors and, best of all, a plethora of gardening books.
After a glorious summer at home pottering around his garden in Ireland, green-fingered TV presenter Diarmuid Gavin is now preparing his beds for the cooler months.
He spent years serving queen and country, but when a vicious assault put an end to Jonathan Knight's career as a soldier, he found a new life producing clothes for them instead.
Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has died from an "apparent drug overdose" in his New York City apartment, an NYPD spokesman said.
Shropshire’s Zoe Cooper has urged the county to get behind her tonight as she aims to book her place in the final of Britain’s Got Talent – after admitting she has been ‘overwhelmed’ by the support she has received.
This is the penultimate competition for your chance to get your hands on a cheque for £50 as part of Shropshire Star’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Every day this week we have been giving you the chance to win £50 as part of Shropshire Star’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
To celebrate Shropshire Star’s 50th anniversary, we are giving you the chance to win £50 every day until Friday.
You, naturally, make improvements to your home to ensure it's more suited to your lifestyle and taste, but unless it's your forever house, you may also be interested in what would make it more valuable when you come to sell.
Last week, I explained the nightmare I've been having getting permission to alter my leasehold flat, despite owning half the freehold to the building, thanks to nasty neighbours. Owning a flat has other disadvantages because flats (and maisonettes), unlike most houses, don't have permitted development (PD) rights. PD means you can do certain work, such as extensions and loft conversions, without planning permission, as long as the work complies with the PD rules.
If you're buying a property you want to alter or extend and this is dependent on getting permission, you could be in for a nasty surprise