Is the UK really so united? Walking more than 100 miles, from Brighton to Dover in the south and Fleetwood to Liverpool in the north, one writer searches for a collective British identity along the England Coast Path
Scattered across the wilderness, away from roads and home comforts, bothies are beacons of humanity in Britain’s loneliest corners.
After months of lockdown, one photographer captures a sense of carefree calm on Sicily’s shores where she discovers a slow-placed way of live backed by rows of striped umbrellas.
Our Editor-in-Chief introduces our new issue, in which we're celebrating the diverse people and places that make up the colourful mosaic of the UK. Encouraging responsible, local travel that is kind to the planet, we venture from emerging neighbourhoods to the wildest landscapes, spotlighting little-known subcultures and reconnecting with nature along the way.
Maria Hatzistefanis, the founder of luxury skincare brand Rodial, talks Snake Serum, success and suitcase essentials. Thought you didn’t have time for a beauty routine? Read on…
Berlin’s community of Turkish immigrants is changing. We spotlight four of the second-generation female entrepreneurs behind ISCHTA, a collaborative project which explores their multicultural identity through food, photography, flowers and traditional textiles.
We know that the best travel tips come from lived experience (and that SUITCASE readers have the most impeccable taste), so we’re checking in with you, our community of go-getting globetrotters. In this month’s column, we spotlight Alexandra “Lex” Hearth, an editor, DJ and host of the Hot Girls podcast.
Wine Friday? Whisky Wednesday? Cocktail hour? We’ve pulled together some of the tip(sy) top deliveries services and subscription boxes to help you enjoy a very merry Christmas and beyond. They make great gifts too. Chin chin.
Is being locked down on the white-sand islands of the Philippines all it’s cracked up to be? The creatives share their highs and lows of isolation in “paradise” and the local recommendations they’ve discovered.
Tis’ the season for Christmas decorations. This year we’re trimming our tree, decking the halls and tablescaping (it’s a thing) with offbeat ornaments, eco-friendly crackers and handmade trinkets from small, independent UK businesses.
We catch up with Mel McDermott, Musto ambassador and founder of Galz Gone Wild, a hiking group for women of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. She opens up about her mental health struggles and fills us in on the hero items that enable her to keep on exploring, come rain or shine.
Stressed-out skin? We’ve teamed up with Korean-beauty experts TONIC15 to curate this travel-friendly kit of self-care essentials perfect for on the road or at home.
We’ve pulled 10 of our favourite destinations from Germany’s Top 100. Whether you want to channel the optimism of the Bauhaus school in Dessau, parade about the fairy-tale palaces of King Ludwig II or simply fancy a leg-pumping hike amid glorious scenery, we’ve got you covered.
Real-life book clubs might be on the shelf for now, but reading in lockdown needn’t be an isolated affair. We’ve found the best celebrity-led groups, Goodreads discussion boards, activist communities and globe-spanning Zoom book clubs to join right now.
Surprise and delight your nearest and dearest with a macramé tote bag, a wreath bound with dried foliage or a lovingly packaged tin of home-baked biscotti. These ethical, easy-to-make and thoughtful homemade gifts are sure to go down a treat.