Waste-free and planet positive, fashion rental app By Rotation has created a community of label-savvy, conscious consumers. We chat with founder Eshita Kabra-Davies about borrowing Manolo Blahnik, streamlining your inbox and Mykonos’ most sought-after souvenirs.
Rising from the cliffs of Corfu, the eight-bedroom Villa Soukillia is the haute couture of self-catered holiday homes. Great for a sun-seeking group getaway, it comes with a fully stocked kitchen, infinity pool and a private beach. Want more? The harbour town of Kassiopi is on the doorstep – and we’ve found its best restaurants.
With crystalline waters and beaches that quite literally sparkle (the quartz in the sand leaves you with a light dusting of glitter on your skin), the Isles of Scilly make it easy to forget that you’re just 40km from mainland Britain.
You want scented saunas, outdoor pools billowy with steam and a padded lounger just big enough for two? We’ve got you covered. These are the best affordable spa breaks the UK has to offer.
In Postcode Pioneers, we celebrate independent shop owners from across the world as they share their neighbourhood haunts. This week, we chat about sustainably grown flowers and hidden corners of Hampstead Heath with the green-fingered doyenne behind north London’s The Allotment Florist.
To celebrate the collaboration between London-based tequila brand El Rayo and Yucatán-based artist Hola Lou, we’re giving one SUITCASE reader a bundle of goodies guaranteed to bring the effervescence of modern Mexico directly into your home.
The author of Outraged and Lead Cultural Curator, Black Music, UK at Apple Music talks about hitting the high notes and not having to choose. We discuss musical memories, career highlights, plus, the holiday destination that inspired her book, Outraged.
We talk all things balance, Bali and working out with the founders of leisure label Live The Process, Robyn Berkley and Jared Vere. They let us in on their favourite books, the brand story and the West Village’s best green juice.
We’ve selected a handful of the best hotels in the UK for work and play – chic hotels where freelancers and remote workers can tap away on laptops during the day before letting loose in the evening (subject to social-distancing restrictions, of course).
Off the Causeway Coast from Ballycastle, Rathlin Island place to go for a fix of windswept beach walks surrounded by seabird colonies. We’ve got the lowdown on when to visit, what to see and the island’s best bar (hint: there’s only one).
More than mere fixtures of your evening skincare routine, some products are lifelong companions. We shine a light on five Kiehl’s since 1851 products that have stood the test of time. These aren’t just good, they’re proven performers – swoon-worthy athletes of the beauty world.
Marrakech awakens the senses. You gawp at intricate zellige tilework; smell spices at the souks; hear the call to prayer emanate from nearby mosques; touch the supple leather used to make babouches (leather sandals); taste flavourful tagines.
Just over two hours’ drive from Athens, this marble-columned hilltop hotel is the ideal base for lazy, poolside days and sunset tipples overlooking the Aegean Sea. Like any Aman property, Amanzoe has a wealth of restaurant offerings, a state-of-the-art spa and exceptional service – oh, and the Beach Club is within easy reach.
Thought Somerset was all about Glastonbury? Think again. Thanks to game-changing galleries, quirky boutique hotels and a slew of sustainable restaurants, the medieval town of Bruton is bursting with the kind of creative, unconventional energy that makes for an offbeat weekend country break.
Scotland is a destination that does cosy countryside hideouts like no other. We’ve pulled together the best bothies and Scandi-Scot-style boltholes that still have availability for autumn/ winter 2020. Planning a staycation? Book now, before we do.