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I bake a lot in my spare time (what little I have of it), so a course at Leiths, the cookery school established in the ‘70s by Michelin-starred restaurateur Prue Leith, seemed the perfect opportunity to hone my skills.
I … Read more →
Hawkesdown House has historically been an all-boys prep, but we hear you’re becoming co-ed. What has sparked this change, and how do you think the school will change with it?
Hawkesdown is indeed becoming co-ed and at the same time … Read more →
When did you realise you wanted to be a hairdresser and how did you get into it?
I’m from a family of hairdressers, my dad still cuts hair even in his 70s. My mum was at Leonard of Mayfair—the hairdresser … Read more →
Tell us about your years as a headmaster – what were the best and worst things about the job?
They were amongst the best 10 years of my career – both the most testing and the most rewarding. The best … Read more →
It’s important to think hard before buying a property in London, due to the market uncertainty and more expensive prices compared to the rest of the UK. A lot of research is required to make sure you find and … Read more →
Jeremy cycles seven miles to work and frets about the mortgage on their Canonbury fixer-upper.
Ursula loves health food shops and anything ‘chemical free’, wilfully unaware that a chemical is, quite literally, any substance.
A long-suffering doctor once tried to … Read more →
Tongabezi just made it onto Conde Nast Traveller’s 2018 20 Best Hotels in the World and, given the gravitas of this accolade, I thought I’d let them paint a picture in place of our usual blurb:
‘The roots … Read more →
What’s better than a shiny new notebook with a gorgeous cover? A shiny new notebook with a gorgeous, personalised cover, that’s what. Papier has such a fabulous variety to choose from and the … Read more →