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By Lorelle Williams Joanne Evans is a household name within the beauty industry. She is one of the world’s most sought out experts in the skin, medical and beauty industries and maintains a three month-long...

From the Michelin-starred Tamarind of Mayfair, Taramind Kitchen is a new Indian concept to open on Wardour Street in Soho. At first glance it may not be obvious why this new Indian eatery is any different...

No other seasonal ingredient arrives with quite the bang that grouse does, with the first shots fired on 12 August marking the beginning of the British game season. Whether your taste is traditional or...

The combined heritage of The Cutty Sark with the setting of grandeur in Greenwich, I’d more than write home about the setting of The Old Brewery. We arrive in a barmy summer evening in June and choose...

It’s a warm Tuesday evening and as we step into El Pirata, Mayfair, its tables have already gathered their own collection of traditional tapas dishes and generous glasses of wine. Informal and mirroring...

When it comes to luxury hotels, you’re truly spoilt for choice in London. In fact, there are so many upscale properties to choose from in the British capital, it’s difficult to know where to begin....

The legendary Glade bar and restaurant at sketch in Mayfair re-opens its doors this month to launch a new menu conceived by Master Chef Pierre Gagnaire and a new design iteration by founder Mourad Mazouz...

Considerably the most English of London streets, the Ushvani Spa in Chelsea offers a retreat with exotic significance. An all-round wellness experience with holistic ideals from Malaysia, this luxurious...

Long established as a runway and celebrity stylist, Matthew Curtis has extended his iconic Stratford-upon-Avon based brand to cater for the London crowd, with a new salon at the sumptuous Rosewood London. It’s...

Words by Lorelle Williams Surrounded by theatre, fashion and food in London’s trendy Covent Garden is a Flatiron-shaped building that formerly housed Tatler, The Morning Post and The British Gazette...