Bespoke

City A.M.'s luxury lifestyle magazine. See the latest edition here (enhanced pdf viewer).

It struck me as I was deciding where to invest my modest 2016 wine budget, that Spanish wine is an absolute bargain, [...]

2 March 2016
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Bloodied disembodied arms hang from the walls of an otherwise pristine workroom in Essex, where students – their [...]

1 March 2016
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Billy Zane is drawing me a diagram of his Theory of Everything. He’s on his fourth draft and a little pile of [...]

4 February 2016
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I wandered into Dr Livingstone’s old quarters in Zanzibar, overlooking the indigo Indian Ocean, where he planned [...]

4 February 2016
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After years in the back room, Oscar has finally found his way onto the Oxford English syllabus,” says Merlin [...]

3 February 2016
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There are four bungalows situated behind the high walls of the notorious Chateau Marmont, each one the location [...]

3 February 2016
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Egill Skallagrímsson, one of Iceland’s most beloved folk heroes, wrote his first poem aged three, was an alcoholic [...]

3 February 2016
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It is a curious paradox that, while so many of us want to own our own homes, so few get to build one. Finances [...]

27 November 2015
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The Shard, the Cheesegrater, the Walkie-Talkie... London has an endearing habit of adopting its landmarks – [...]

27 November 2015
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Don’t tell anyone, but the other day I paid a visit to my local Lidl. I must be the first person to go there [...]

14 October 2015
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Simon Roberts is a landscape photographer, but his real interest is in people. His pictures explore the way we [...]

2 July 2015
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The history books paint mid-twentieth century northern industrial towns as grim places full of privation, poverty [...]

2 July 2015
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Bleu de Chanel is our top summer scent. The peppery, citrusy top notes and ginger and sandalwood base notes make [...]

2 July 2015
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If Las Vegas’ 110-year history was played out over a single day, the first decent restaurant would open shortly [...]

2 July 2015
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When Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors embarked on its first UK tour, every morning the dramatist would email [...]

2 July 2015
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