A longtime journalist, Bridget has written for a number of respected publications, including Vanity Fair, Forbes, British Vogue, Departures, Travel+Leisure, House & Garden, DuJour, Equestrian Quarterly, Refinery29, and A Little Bird.
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As of January 18, the biggest stars in the kitchen are coming together for a series of 18 distinct evenings at the Northcote Hotel. Hailing from across the globe - India, Russia, Japan, and Mexico, as well as the UK - each of the congregating chefs will be cooking a unique 5-course Obsession menu.
Colorado is like Switzerland but with cowboys. With its soaring elevations and egg crate of mountains at every vantage, the state became an obvious must-do for skiers. And then summer caught on. With next-to-no humidity and 300 days of sunshine a year, it hasn’t been a hard conversion.
This area of the country has always been idyllic. Houses built from blonde bricks line the streets. Here at Daylesford, Lady Bamford – wife of British billionaire Anthony Bamford – chose to create one of the most robust organic farms and wellness businesses in the country, and perhaps the world.
Having worked in advertising for brands like Coca-Cola and Sainsbury's, Melanie Lawson always dreamed of starting her own company, but not one selling Omega 3 fish oil. We spoke with the founder of Bare Biology about running her own company in 2018's trendiest industry: wellness.
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Toronto is a mega city, a series of suburbs stitched together to make Canada’s metropolitan core. The inimitable Suits is filmed throughout Toronto, and this is where Meghan Markle has chosen to call home while shooting the last 7 seasons. Herein our guide to the top hotels, restaurants and gyms.
BXR is a new world-class boxing gym in Marylebone. World champion Anthony Joshua trains there, as do Victoria Secret models. That balance of grit, athletic authenticity and ultra luxury is not easy to achieve. We spoke with BXR CEO Olia Sardarova and Marie Soliman who designed the inimitable space.
Wellness had undeniably been a buzzword of 2017. It’s a lens through which so many Londoners and beyond are viewing their daily habits, the groceries they buy, the dishes they order in restaurants, the holidays they book. Katie Brindle unpacks the most important wellness method of all.
Frenetic is the best way to describe London and New York in December - think extended hours in shops and streets swelling with tourists and shoppers. Hotel Café Royal in London and Baccarat Hotel in New York are working to combat this, offering soothing spa packages in their spectacular settings.
La Fromagerie proves that simple done well is always in demand. Selling cheeses, meats and fine food products, as well as hosting tasting evenings, masterclasses and a menu to enjoy on site, they navigate the impossible - offering a range of services and products - all executed supremely well.
There’s one British family, who take the adage “what to get the person who has everything?” even further, and that's the royal family. It’s hard to shop for the friend who has multiple castles and the crown jewels. Herein our best suggestions for what the Royal Family ought to gift each other.
In 2017 much of the Mad Men-era glamour of travel is long gone. But this generation is travelling more than ever, so a slew of clever brands are creating products to make the experience around your train, plane and automobile as pleasant as possible. Here are our secret weapons to help get you.
Hotel Kristiania in Lech, Austria is a true original. Set amidst some of the world's best pistes and views, it's an elegant Alpine resort that feels both authentic and responsive to the expectations of modern travellers. We caught up with owner Gertrud Schneider to learn more.
With 42 properties in its portfolio, Prince Hotels and Resorts is one of the most diverse in the island nation. Elegant, chic and authentic, each of the properties has its own identity. We caught up with Shinobu Momoi, the chief concierge in Tokyo, to learn more about the ultra-polished group.
Neville Hair and Beauty in Belgravia has been a longstanding favourite amongst London’s most glamorous. With Meghan Markle on the scene, the salon has launched an exclusive new suite of treatments based on the natural beauty exuded by Markle – the effortless hair, flawless face and peachy nails.
Formerly a miner's saloon and possibly a brothel, now it's one of the most luxurious properties in the United States. Having started at 11 Experiences as an intern, and now general manager of all the Colorado operations, Sarah Stoll discusses the wonders of Scarp Ridge Lodge and its surrounds.
The three-Michelin-starred chef Heinz Beck best-known for La Pergola in Rome talks Forbes.com through the inspiration behind Ora at Brown's Hotel - relaying everything from guests requesting Tabasco sauce to serve with their dessert and the pressure that comes with his collection of Michelin stars.
With the holidays come pantomimes and Christmas pageants, a paean to missed cues and mumbled lines. But right now on the West End stage, there’s a litany of clever new production opening their curtains- from Albion to Labour of Love to Glengarry Glen Ross and Young Frankenstein in the West End.
Ikoyi founders Jeremy Chan and Iré Hassan-Odukale have a passion for precision and unusual flavours. We caught up with them to learn about the challenges and joys of the current climate for restaurants in London, as well as hearing more about their vision for Ikoyi and West African cuisine.
It’s not easy to find calm in London. That’s just one of the reasons Grace Belgravia – the all-female wellness club in west London – has achieved such success. Increasingly women prefer to network and collaborate with just women – launching business, hosting events, working and socialising together.
The new Nobu Hotel in Shoreditch is set behind a frenetic main road, ever so slightly pulled back from the limelight. Purpose-built, the Herculean steel-and-concrete building is formidable. Behind the sliding glass doors is a 143-bedroom hotel, Eastern-influenced spa and a 240-cover restaurant.
As the daylight shortens and the wind-chill rises, take the time to book into the most interesting, engaging and often edifying shows, exhibitions and events across London. From Jaws at the Royal Albert Hall to the rise of Murdoch in Ink in the West End - there's so much to book.
Shortly after turning 30, Nadia Manzoor made world history. Manzoor was appointed to the board of J.P. Morgan American Investment Trust – making her the youngest-ever woman in the world to sit on the board of company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Manzoor discusses her career nonpareil.
Be the only guests leaving footprints in the sand or swimming in the sea, while still having access to swarms of the world's most attentive staff, as well as having world-class dining and spa services, by renting out any one of these 10 exclusive private-island properties.
Park Chinois feels as if its been around forever. Despite only launching in TK, it has the aura of a Mayfair institution. Like its neighbours Sexy Fish, Nobu and Noviko, this isn't exactly stealth luxe. And beyond the opulent interiors, the food exceptional.
Cliveden House needs little introduction. So much more than the 1963 Profumo Affair, now, in 2017, the property is going back to its origins, whereby it once played host to luminaries like Alexander Pope and Rudyard Kipling to host its inaugural literary festival from Saturday October 14-15.
Natalia Miyar grew up in Mexico surrounded by earth- and stone-tones before moving to Miami, where her visual world expanded to shades of bright blue and lush greens. Miyar creates bespoke pieces and spaces for clients around the world. Herein, Miyar talks us through her top tips for Frieze 2017.
Polo is a sport that looks fun not easy. There’s considerable finesse that goes into thwacking a ball at great length from atop a galloping horse. And Ebe Sievwright, who runs the Guards Polo Academy at Coworth Park in Ascot, is possibly the best-placed in Britain to teach you that finesse.