Whether an old favourite, new launch or bestseller, these scents are sure to please even the most masculine of sensibilities
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Juicy Couture perfected tracksuits but it's not a one-trick pony – its sights are set on the rest of your wardrobe.
Juniper berries are the essential flavouring ingredient in gin, but the bushes that bear the aromatic fruit have been disappearing across Britain – and in southern England have been in danger of extinction.
Native juniper berries, which give mother's ruin its unique flavour, are being saved from extinction. Michael McCarthy raises a glass to the Ice Age evergreen that put the UK distillery industry in high spirits
While many of the hotels built in Gran Canaria in the 1960s and 1970s could be considered an affliction on the landscape, the Seaside Palm Beach positively embraces its roots. Set on the edge of the breathtaking sand dunes of Maspalomas, the hotel was built in 1975 in the concrete-megastructure style shared by the island's big resorts. However, the hotel was re-designed in 2002 by French architect Alberto Pinto. Step inside and the paean to the Seventies is far more stylish than the daunting, parenthesis-shaped exterior indicates.
A thrilling New York ensemble take the Fringe by storm, while a hilariously silly puppet enthralls
Mark Rowe visits the Chilterns for a hiker's view of the countryside under threat from the proposed route of HS2
<b>Alexander Armstrong</b> thought luxury and relaxation were all in the past until he found a hotel that takes care of the little things.
Former champion rules out retirement after surrendering two-set lead against Soderling
The Peak District is pioneering a new electric bike initiative. Rhiannon Batten discovers there's still some pedal power required
Forget the property ladder – there are just as serious gains to be made reacquainting ourselves with Britain's woodlands by building a den. Spending a night under the leaves is a fantastic way to get a new perspective on the world.
The Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or is a trophy any self-respecting director would want to see alongside an Academy Award on the mantlepiece.