‘What are we for?’ on being an Artist during a Pandemic
As we enter our 11th month of the world on pause- we begin to wonder what we are for? ARE we the fat of society or something important...
Brave New Londnr: Reading for Wellbeing
Welcome back to your life as you never knew it. Welcome back to the 2020s. Welcome to the new year.
Desire, Love, Identity: The British Museum’s LGBTQ Tours
In the 18th century, two upper-class aristocrats – Sarah Ponsonby and Eleanor Butler – ran away from their furious families to elope in a Welsh vi
Peacocks & Greedy Patrons: Visiting V&A’s Filthy Lucre Exhibition
As decadent as its given title, Filthy Lucre is a mouth-watering installation by contemporary artist Darren Waterston that reinterprets Whistler’s n
Get Living: London’s Latest Victory
Future living - the smart way - is no longer just about investment and postcodes. It’s about creating a beautiful environment for your family, a saf
Luxury Markets: Trends in Asia & the UK
Hosted in the Rosewood London, Editor Nina-Sophia Miralles chaired a conversation on Asian consumers in London and their relationship to British lu
Finding your Writer’s Eye: A Talk with Bloomsbury Institute
Step inside Bloomsbury Institute for an evening on learning to write by finding your writer's eye...
Diamonds are Forever: Sustainability and the World’s Favourite Gem
For this talk, our Editorial Directer Nina Sophia-Miralles and a panel of experts across jewellery and sustainability came together for an evening exp
Campari Creates: Art Installation in Brick Lane
Campari’s new pop-up in East London is an installation, a living cocktail dreamt up by artist Mark McClure...
Young Stationers’ Annual Dinner 2018
Surrounded by the opulent stained glass of Stationers’ Hall, the attendees celebrated the accomplishments of all shortlisted for the Young Stationer