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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Flavours bolder than the runway at London Fashion Week - that's practically the norm within the new guard of restaurants.
Shutters lives up to its name. Facing out onto the ocean, this cream-shingled property offers consummate views of sand, sea and sky. The interiors have an East Coast sensibility, thanks to designer Michael S. Smith, who also did Obama's White House. Herein Laura McIver offers a guided tour.
Abigail James got her start sweeping hair from salon floors. Now one of London's top facialists, James has worked for Lady Bamford, Liz Earle and has recently taken up residency at the Beaumont Hotel in Mayfair. We caught up with James to discuss her new book and her current state of mind.
Peneau and Pelletier, both Frenchman, started in Hong Kong, serving French food using local Asian ingredients. Their stripped back, perfectly balanced menu earned the pair a Michelin-star and a place on the coveted 50 Best Restaurants in the World list.
Scarlett Gray, 27, is ambitious. Her typical email-response-rate as we communicated was under a minute and a half, and any questions asked of her, she is poised with an answer and at times a solution.
There's nowhere better to spend a balmy Los Angeles evening, since opening in 1991, than the elegant 195-room Peninsula Beverly Hills. From its 60-foot rooftop pool to its groundbreaking spa (a must in LaLa Land), the hotel hits every high note.
Home to Ireland's largest collection of private art and the island's only two-Michelin-starred restaurant, The Merrion offers an embarrassment of riches. Located in Dublin's city centre, The Merrion has earned its reputation as the capital's most-luxurious hotel.
Michael Acton Smith OBE, is the kind of guy Soho House was founded for. Attractive, with boyish curls, a cheshire cat grin and well-programmed charisma, his Russell Brand meets Paul Smith style eschews the typical Northern California uniform of a hoodie and ill-fitting jeans.
A grande dame hotel, the city's finest and a sister property to London's Hotel Cafe Royal, the Conservatorium has many admirers but no rivals.
Thankfully, this is no Fyre festival. Instead, this summer Krug Champagne is hosting a whimsical festival on Saturday July 29th at the Grange in Hampshire. Into the Wild is a celebration of the senses - the festival links food, fine coupes of Champagne and music.
Depending on your modus operandi, wellness might be a term you’ve just stumbled over, or one you have tattooed behind your left ear.
The Baccarat Hotel & Residences marks the first hotel from France’s eponymous crystal brand. An opulent addition in Midtown, it's directly across from MoMA and Manhattan’s Museum Mile, where you'll find the Met, Guggenheim and many more.
Moments from the Casino in Monaco you’ll find serenity. It sounds counter-intuitive, but it’s true. In the heart of Monte-Carlo, setback from the road, is the Hotel Metropole.
Back on the West End stage after a 21-year break, F Murray Abraham stars in the newly opened play The Mentor at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Across from The Met and facing Central Park, The Mark Hotel is an Upper East Side New York staple. Brimming with style and charm, it balances both neighbourhood regulars and A-list visitors- everyone from Anna Wintour to Oprah Winfrey, Marc Jacobs and Katie Holmes has stayed here.
The NY-Lon “commute” has been the subject of practically every art form – from TV to film to literature. It also lends itself well to the transfer of art and ideas – exhibitions and plays migrating over the Atlantic.
Ascot has been demanding a rebrand. In 2014, the Daily Mail christened the popular racecourse "Chavscot," thanks to the proliferation of drunk and unruly guests.
Italian food is best served on a crisp white table cloth and with a gregarious laugh. The most memorable dishes are the simplest - direct-from-the-line fish served with olive oil and lemon or made-for-the-moment pasta with newly plucked vine tomatoes and basil.
While fake news runs rampant and banal news outlets proclaim their work to be 'disruptive' - the media landscape is one that's both fuzzy and frustrated. And that's precisely what Byline Media seeks to cut through.
Gwyneth Paltrow has written about her on Goop, she has Annette Bening on speed dial, Emily Blunt comes to her house—her products are on top film sets from Bond to Oceans 11 (in fact, all the Ocean films), but you’ll never see Amanda Lacey in Boots or thrusting her products on QVC.
London attracts the best writers, directors and of course actors – all of which provide the vital ingredients for a stage show. And the West End, more so than Broadway or the candy floss productions of Los Angeles, puts on some of the grittiest, cleverest, most boundary pushing plays in the world.
A new VIP travel service costing £2,750 plus VAT per passenger at Heathrow airport affords its customers a door-to-jet service. No queues, no baggage claim, and extras like a personal shopper to cruise through the 300 shops at Heathrow, manis, facials, massages et al.
Right now, scour the stage notes and you'll find Jude Law, Andrew Garfield, and Daniel Radcliffe, to name a few and the list on Hollywood's finest on the West End stage keeps swelling - Sienna Miller and Jack O'Connell are taking the stage this summer.
Devised by Stephanie Watine Arnault and ideal of any party (or wedding) planner, Moët Hennessy has just launched Clos19, an online lifestyle retail brand offering exceptional services, products and experiences from the champagnes, wines and spirits of LVMH.
Meghan Markle has proven herself as a woman who can hold her own. Suits - in which she plays a leading role - is a bankable success, and she's a UN Women ambassador, she's well-travelled and well-spoken. She's also the most serious girlfriend Prince Harry's had in recent memory.
Choice is the urbanites' most common commodity. From a humble potato to a decadent fresh pasta bar; these restaurants prove that greater choice doesn't have to mean greater satisfaction.
On February 23rd 2002 Ingrid Betancourt was kidnapped and spent six and ½ years in captivity. “What I learned in captivity is somehow significant, and it can help others.”