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We're well over half way through the first month of the year, and despite all our good intentions, 2018 has not been the fresh start we were hoping for.

Our gym shoes are collecting dust, dry January is out the window and our organisational skills leave much to be desired.

However, it's never too late to get back on the horse, and with spring just around the corner, it might be time to start thinking about ridding our wardrobes of all that pesky clutter.

With the launch of its Give Up Clothes for Good campaign this February, TK Maxx are encouraging people to donate any unwanted clothes, accessories and quality homeware items to their nearest branch to raise vital funds for Enable Ireland.

A host of well known faces are putting themselves behind the campaign, and now you too can get involved to take action for children and young people with disabilities in Ireland.

Taking part is simple. All you need to do is bring any unwanted items to the special collections points located in all TK Maxx stores and nominate a friend or family member to do the same.

Share your donations and nominations using #GUCFG on Facebook and Twitter.



Daisy Lowe and Thomas Cohen only went public with their relationship a couple of weeks ago, but the pair are wasting no time.

In fact, it appears they're already swapping clothes, if Thomas's latest choice of outfit is anything to go by.

The father of two was spotted out and about in London this week sporting a very familiar leather shearling jacket.

Haven't we seen that somewhere before?

Oh yes, that's right:

Unlike Thomas's relaxed printed trousers, Daisy generally teams the jacket with something a little more stylish, like the above black jeans and biker boots combo.

The pair have been pictured together on various afternoon outings this month, both with and without Thomas's sons, three-year-old Astala and two-year-old Phaedra, from his marriage to the late Peaches Geldof.

But it's not only her new boyfriend who Daisy has been donating clothes too, it seems. The model was in Dublin last week to help launch this year's Give Up Clothes For Good campaign with TK Maxx Ireland.

Shoppers are asked to donate clothes and homewares at drop-off points in TK Maxx's Irish stores all year long, with the donated items being sold in Enable Ireland charity shops to help raise money for Irish children with disabilities.

Even Daisy got on board, giving up one of her favourite dresses for the cause. "It was hard to part with," she admitted.

Dresses, jackets… at this rate Daisy will need a whole new wardrobe.