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By Rachel Ingram | 13 May 2019

Naomie Harris: Film companies need to be more sustainable

While movie stars often talk about sustainability, many overlook the fact that the film production industry itself is actually one of the most "non-environmentally friendly" indust... Read More

By Mark C O'Flaherty | 16 Apr 2019

Henry Poole & Co's Simon Cundey tells Tempus why Savile Row is so well suited for his historic family-run tailors

In a world of mass consumerism, multi-generational artisans in Mayfair are keeping the crafts of their ancestors alive. Away from the high gloss of the corporate-owned window displays, with all their ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Apr 2019

As the V&A launches its landmark Mary Quant exhibition, we find out how the designer became the face of a generation

Dame Mary Quant is synonymous with the Swinging 60s. Credited with popularising the miniskirt and inventing hotpants, the British designer was also the first to use PVC fabrics for her ‘wet look... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 02 Apr 2019

Born to be wild: Joanna Lumley on how she is bringing the focus back to nature

Joanna Lumley is a national treasure. Yes, it’s a phrase bandied about with alarming frequency, yet with a career spanning 50 years as a BAFTA-winning actress, author, presenter, model and activ... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Apr 2019

How hot design duo Ralph & Russo are leading the rise and rise of British couture

London’s only couture house, Ralph & Russo, has been challenging the industry since its inception in 2007. In fact, in 2014, it became the first British brand in almost 100 years to be invit... Read More

By Amira Arasteh | 08 Mar 2019

A cultural journey: absorb the history of the Jebel Akhdar mountains during your stay at Oman’s Anantara

As I climb into the car that is awaiting me upon arrival at Muscat airport, Oman, my mind cannot help but reference Sex and the City 2, as the girls are greeted by private cars in Abu Dhabi. I decide ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Jan 2019

Time to fly: pilot Matt Jones on preparing to travel the world by historic Spitfire

When pilots Steve Boultbee and Matt Jones founded the Boultbee Flight Academy 10 years ago, they hoped to share their love of the classic Spitfire aircraft with the masses. Now, their Goodwood academy... Read More

By Tempus | 07 Jan 2019

Tempus Magazine joins new publisher Vantage Media Group

Luxury lifestyle title Tempus has been acquired by newly formed Mayfair-based publisher and content agency Vantage Media Group, marking a new phase of growth for the award-nominated publication. Tempu... Read More

By Tempus | 04 Jan 2019

How Abalon founder Ana Bridgewater is bringing sustainable crafts into our homes

As we head into 2019, our eco-conscience has never been more alert and, just as a desire to reduce our environmental impact has seen us continually move away from fast, throwaway fashion in favour of ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 19 Sep 2018

Shoe designer Lucy Choi talks rock and royalty with her new collection and why she didn't go into the family business

Shoe designer Lucy Choi has a unique approach to identifying the needs of her customers. The niece of famed haute shoemaker Jimmy Choo says that every modern British woman is a blend of two Kates &nda... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 17 Sep 2018

Artist Nassia Inglessis celebrates creative disobedience at the London Design Biennale

Representing Greece at this year's prestigious London Design Biennale, artist and designer Nassia Inglessis has delighted critics and members of the public alike with the daring, skilfully enginee... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 04 Sep 2018

Formula E’s first female team principal Susie Wolff on smashing the glass ceiling of motorsports

When Susie Wolff sped onto the Formula 1 track in 2014, she was the first female to do so in 22 years – no woman had attempted the feat after Giovanna Amati crashed out of th... Read More

By Charlotte Metcalf | 04 Sep 2018

These 5 powerful women are shaking up the watchmaking industry

The world of watchmaking is a predominantly male-led domain but change is being made. “Sexism has undoubtedly decreased significantly in the last 15 years,” Dr Rebecca ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 09 Aug 2018

Sabi Sabi Safari Lodge remembers how Nelson Mandela won a stand off with an elephant

The incredible life of Nelson Mandela – trailblazing civil rights leader, political prisoner and South African president – has been well remembered this year, with an international day of ... Read More

By Rose Adams | 28 Jun 2018

The unmissable highlights of Masterpiece Art Fair 2018

There’s nothing quite like a summer afternoon spent snooping round an art fair, and Masterpiece London sponsored by Royal Bank of Canada, is the one to beat. Held 28 June – 4 Jul... Read More

By Scott Manson | 15 Jun 2018

Discover the world's most epic car rallies

How do you see the world, without feeling like a typical tourist, and combine the thrill of fast cars and awesome parties in one trip? You need to investigate the heady world of the car rally. Pu... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 Jun 2018

The CEO of the World Chess Championship on why London's event will be a royal knockout

With a history dating back to 1886, the World Chess Championship is one of the longest continuous running sporting events in the world. The 2016 Championship in New York brought in a combined live and... Read More

By Rose Adams | 11 Jun 2018

Gucci reveals sustainable plans to bring craftsmanship in-house

Luxury Italian fashion house Gucci has announced it is to follow in the footsteps of British and French rivals Burberry and Louis Vuitton by bringing more of its manufacturing in-house, in a bid to ke... Read More

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