Designers of women’s watches are understandably drawn to the expressive beauty of the moonphase complication. Laura McCreddie looks at three brands offering this adornment across different price points
The classic travellers’ watch from Rolex is back in favour
THERE’S an argument sometimes trotted out by fashion “aficionados” that blue and black simply don’t go, whatever the outfit, and should never be worn side by side.
THERE’S a good chance you’ve either tried, or know someone that’s trying, the 5:2 diet. It’s relatively simple, doesn’t involve cutting out a bunch of your favourite foods, and is extremely effective as far as weight loss is concerned.
Under an hour from the capital, the Four Seasons Hampshire is the perfect place to recharge your batteries
THREE years ago, during my first ever stay at a Four Seasons Hotel, my friend and I invented a game.
TRAVEL writing tradition dictates that a property sitting amid mountains, forestry or, in this case, the windswept dunes of Portugal’s Atlantic coast, should be described as “nestled” among its surroundings.
NO ONE becomes a journalist for the money. Salaries are small and getting smaller, but somehow the profession retains enough glamour to whet the appetite of thousands of naïve and willing-to-intern graduates. If only they knew.
Make a smart international investment or simply live among some of the world’s most famous landmarks
There are certain things non-Londoners take for granted that seem like every-day miracles to those living in the capital.
Sarah Ferguson’s old flat in Battersea, where she reputedly entertained Princess Di, goes on sale for £1m
CAST yourself back to London in 1985 at the height of Thatcher’s reign, ill-judged perms and Dead or Alive’s music career.
WHEN you’re working hard and juggling social engagements throughout the week, often it gets to the point when something has to give. All too often, that thing is sleep. When was the last time you got a solid eight and a half hours?