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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The British capital is an impressive backdrop to Rosewood London's new fitness programme and retreats.
Celebrating 10 years of e-retail this year, we caught up with Cult Beauty CEO and co-founder Alexia Inge to learn about her favourite products, her career highlights over the past decade and how she's pushing the status quo.
Christo's new art installation The London Mastaba in Hyde Park has been described as an "alien mothership" and a "giant geometric bath toy" in the British press.
Claire Ptak eschewed the expected towering fruitcake - an architectural conundrum of dried fruits and chalky florals - for a bright summery Amalfi lemon elderflower cake showered with bright fresh flowers.
The health and wellness industry is booming. Not a day goes by where I don't receive a slew of releases touting the latest protein powders, miracle supplements and toning bootcamps.
A neighbourhood restaurant is a challenging proposition. It needs to be homey and inviting, casual and yet perfectly executed.
After 10 years in finance, Richard Ellison setup Wanderlust Wine, with the aim of offering sustainable, high-quality wine from small producers around the world. After enrolling in wine school, Richard realised his passion for wine had the potential to be more than a hobby.
The second-oldest hotel in London, we sat down with Henrik Muehle the general manager at Flemings Mayfair to hear how the hotel has transformed after its multi-million-dollar renovation, how he helped a long-time guest propose to his girlfriend in the Michelin-starred restaurant…
Quietly determined, in 2011 Lara Boglione took over as managing director of Petersham Nurseries. The eldest daughter in the Boglione family, after years travelling India forging relationships with local communities and producers Lara returned to London to run the family business.
While you may not have heard of Lucas Hugh—this luxury sportswear company which operates in over 65 countries worldwide, put itself on the map after winning the bid to design the athletic wear worn in the Hunger Games and is now opening its first retail space on the King's Road in Chelsea.
Despite the subject matter, period pieces never seem to get old. One only needs to look at the success of a show like Downton Abbey as proof. That’s precisely what makes E.M. Forster’s prescient novel Howard’s End, first published in 1901, and the 1992 Oscar-winning Merchant Ivory film that followed rife for a reboot.
Premium tequila is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the spirit business. When Casamigos, the boutique tequila brand dreamed up by George Clooney and Rande Gerber sold to Diageo for $1 billion dollars last year, that deal reverberated through the entire industry.
Working in the multi-billion-dollar sunshine State film industry, the first three movies 26 year-old Erika Olde produced were The Female Brain (starring Sofía Vergara), Woman Walks Ahead (starring Jessica Chastain), and Home Again (starring Reese Witherspoon).