These are the explorers, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers and artists who are doing something in their space that hasn’t been done before. In short, the people featured here are our ultimate role models, and their stories serve to ignite us each day.
At the helm of the "home of the new", CEO Josh Wyatt of collective workspace NeueHouse gave us a schooling in hospitality and innovation, and let us in on his favourite hangouts in LA and New York.
Combining elements of Tanzanian street art with European silhouettes, Lisou's designs reflect creative director Rene Macdonald's multicultural childhood. She lets us in on her West London hangouts and what it means to be a bold dresser.
Ssōne (pronounced, "sewn") is the London-based label with a social conscience.
Naturopathic nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson talks food philosophies and model living.
Lyon Porter, of Urban Cowboy fame, spills his hospitality secrets and gives us a preview of his latest venture, The Dive Motel.
Cecilie Bahnsen's eponymous founder and designer speaks with us about Denmark's special affinity with Japan, her dreamy Sicilian sojourn and the importance of letting in a little darkness.
Hailing from Norfolk, father and daughter Richard and Bessie Austin founded Austin Austin – a beautiful collection of organic, vegan products for hands, hair and body – in 2017. They let us in on how they curate their eponymous brand.
Sweet Chick, the New York chicken and waffles restaurant backed by rapper Nas, makes its London debut.
Lebanese-born designer Racil Chalhoub, founder of the eponymous RACIL label, lets us in on the infinite style possibilities offered by the humble tuxedo (and where to order the best steak frites in Paris).
Blossoming with chat, the creative duo behind Kitten Grayson Flowers talk biodynamic gardening, favourite blooms and keeping houseplants alive.
Sleeper wants to change your waking wear. These luxe pyjamas are made for those (aka all of us) who've longed to roll straight from bed to boardroom. We caught up with the design duo behind this life-changing brand.
Sustainable Hotels and Small but Significant Changes. We speak to Diana Verde Nieto, co-founder and CEO of Positive Luxury, the company behind the Butterfly Mark, to talk sustainability and positive change.
Chef Ellen Parr talks supper clubs, the best dining spots in London and photographing your food.
The Vietnamese designer channels the energy of his New York surroundings into sophisticated yet subtly sexy ready-to-wear for strong women.
Chopova Lowena is a label rooted in British and Bulgarian craftsmanship. Co-founders Emma and Laura let us in on the sustainable ethos behind their signature skirts - as well as the (not so) sensible outfits they're wearing to the airport.