• Cala Grande – minimalist style in Cabo de Gata

    With a gym, massage rooms, a 450-square-metre spa, rooms equipped with private jacuzzi on the terrace, and a range of other exclusive services and details, everything about Cala Grande invites you to kick back and let your senses relax. Located in the fishing village of Las Negras, in the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park, the hotel is in the traditional local style of country houses and perfectly in keeping with the setting. The different outdoor areas provide a sense of space while the minimalist straight lines give the whitewashed building a bright and modern look. There are three round villas

  • Walking on 'the roof of the world'

  • Using glamour for good – Victoria Beckham leads stars opening wardrobes for charity

    What do leading ladies Victoria Beckham, Dannii Minogue, Sarah Jessica Parker and Gwen Stefani have in common? They have all delved into their wardrobes to help raise money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign. By donating a range of their own dresses and other items, they've helped contribute to a truly unique collection. Click on photos for gallery And now you can own some of the gorgeous clothes worn by some of the world's most glamorous beauties, because all of the outfits are up for auction on Ebay. Throughout the month of October, you can bid in The Celebrity Boutique online auction -

  • Legs & Co: Mini-mania as Charlotte Church and pals show off their sexy pins

    It may have been about the music - but the Q Awards also gave the female celebrities a chance to show off their figures in thigh-skimming designs. Charlotte Church went for a flattering velvet mini-dress with playful sheer overlay and killer shoes. Following her shock split from Strictly contestant Gavin Henson, the Welsh lass has embarked on a new romance with writing partner Jonathan Powell. Click on photos for gallery And it seemed to show in her confident demeanour - though she did admit to feeling "out of the loop" about new musicians. "I feel a bit like my mother. That's

  • Hallowe’easy

    Everyone loves a bit of pumpkin carving at Hallowe’en. It’s so evocative and fun. And not just for the children - it brings out the kid in all of us. It’s always a little heart-breaking though to see all the wasted flesh that comes out of these beauties. They’re so versatile not to mention delicious – even the seeds once scraped and toasted make a yummy snack, particularly toasted with spices, sea salt and olive oil. Anyway – if you are looking for some pumpkin-esque inspiration this year, check out these fantastic recipes from our archive, all of which use the round orange favourite. Don’t

  • Pumpkins and face paint: celebs swapping glam for gruesome at Halloween

    With Halloween just around the corner stars are getting into the spirit of fright night. Pumpkin-buying by day, partying with monsters by night - these famous faces are making sure they aren't missing out on the fun. Leona Lewis (pictured) had a spooky encounter at the Knott's Scary Farm Halloween Haunt in California. Click on the photo for

  • Glamorous mums join Hollywood glitterati as Tinseltown celebrates its own

    The red carpet rolled out at the 14th Annual Hollywood Awards Gala drew a host of celebrity mums who joined a long line of Tinseltown heavyweights to honour excellence in the art of filmmaking. The stars brought a burst of glamour to a Los Angeles Monday night.

  • Wedding nerves: how to keep your cool on the big day

    Wedding nerves can kick in at anytime - and not just when you're standing up at the altar ready to say 'I do'. The months leading up to the big day can become a never-ending succession of preparations that can leave you feeling totally overwhelmed.  Here are some tips to stop you feeling like the weight of the world is on your shoulders during what can be a stressful time… A key factor to help you stay calm during wedding preparations is to designate spaces in your home where it's forbidden to talk about flower arrangements, guest lists or names of potential venues. Having a ‘wedding-free’ area

  • Natural next step for Lisa-Marie and David

    Lisa-Marie and husband David Allan tied the knot in a fairytale summer wedding in Fife, Scotland. Nestled in the rolling hills of Forrester Park Resort, the couple opted for a humanist ceremony and reception to celebrate their special day. Although the weather started out a little damp, the rain stopped just as Lisa's team of bridesmaids stepped out the door and into the carriage, accompanied by Lisa’s 16-month-old niece Madison. And in true royal style, the very first gift Lisa received was a tiara from a wedding fair she had attended with her sister and mum. The evening drew to

  • Celebrity transformations: Brad Pitt

    How the handsome Inglourious Basterds star has changed over the

  • Hair conditioner myths and half-truths

    Hair conditioner is a surprisingly recent addition to the standard beauty product range, but its quality and effects have improved radically since it was introduced, and it's now an essential for most women – and many men, too. Its benefits include strengthening hair and leaving it softer, shinier and easier to manage. According to Dr Steve Shiel of Pantene, conditioner protects and repairs and, regardless of hair type, anyone with hair over 10 centimetres long can benefit from using it. Some myths and half-truths persist, however, that make some people reluctant to use conditioner, claiming that they don't like the

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