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.
Will dramatic headpieces be the next wardrobe staple? Founder and designer Lucia Echavarría, of Magnetic Midnight, talks us through the allure of costume, her go-to Parisian boutiques and how to pull off a headpiece with confidence.
Fashion designer turned creative chief at WeWork, Adam Kimmel is a man intent on making your office more homely.
Dauphinette founder Olivia Cheng believes that her fun-loving clothing, jewellery and accessories can lift your mood. We spoke with the up-and-coming designer about style icons, sustainability and how to spend 24 hours in New York City.
Activist Gabby Edlin wants you to talk about periods. As she pioneers the campaign to end period poverty and rid of the taboo around menstruation, the Bloody Good Period founder lets us in on her greatest achievements and her hopes for the future.
A businesswoman on a mission, Seoul-born designer Haeni Kim hits the sartorial sweet spot between high street and high-end with her feminine label, KITRI. She lets us in on wardrobe musts, fashion-world faux pas and London’s best Korean barbecue.
Misha Nonoo is a woman on a mission to streamline your wardrobe. The sustainable fashion designer let us in on her biggest milestones, role models and worst piece of advice she's ever received.
Creative director of JW Anderson and Loewe, Jonathan Anderson collaborates with Maison Ruinart for the second iteration of Ruinart Hotel 1729.
les girls les boys, the new label from Serena Rees (of Agent Provocateur acclaim) has opened up shop for the summer at the Freehand hotel in New York.
Chef Gregory Marchand, fondly known as "Frenchie", shares his guide to the best bistros in Paris and defines French cooking with a modern tongue.
If you've never heard of Avios and only use a debit card, you're in for an education in expenditure expansion. Brian Kelly - better known as The Points Guy - lets us in on clever saving options for frequent flyers.
The local apothecary with a global appeal, (MALIN+GOETZ) has springboarded from a stand-alone store in Chelsea, New York to a coveted brand with products populating the shower caddies of every edgy urban hotel from London to Los Angeles.
When it comes to packing, less is more. Want to perfect the minimalist's suitcase? This foolproof guide will help you weed out the items you won't wear, make the most of your capsule wardrobe and become a packing pro. Marie Kondo, eat your heart out.
Poppy Jamie, of Pop & Suki fame, is hitting reset with her new app, Happy Not Perfect. An experience in relaxation and optimistic thinking, it can be used on the regular to feel happier, less stressed and more balanced.
A dental student turned Instagram sensation, Sara Shakeel adds a little - and sometimes a lot - of sparkle to our daily social feeds. The Pakistani artist lets us in on what drives her creativity as well as the best things to see and do in her hometown.