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.
Restaurateur and Big Mamma Group founder, Victor Lugger - of Paris-based Ober Mamma and London-rooted Gloria fame - knows how to cater to millennial diners.
CEO of Pellicano Hotels, Marie-Louise Sciò reimagines The Grand Tour with MATCHESFASHION.COM, sailing from Porto Ercole to La Posta Vecchia and on to Ischia where each of her hotels are plotted. Suffice to say, we're very much on board.
The fashion designer and multidisciplinary creative finds inspiration in her Jamaican heritage, artistic collaborations and cultures from around the world.
The Class by Taryn Toomey - a transformative workout of the body and mind - is one of New York City's most in-demand wellness rituals. We spent an afternoon in Tribeca and tried it out for ourselves.
In the 70s, Brooklyn-born artist Chris Ellis - better known as "Daze" - considered subway carts his canvas. Today, his approach is a little more conventional.
FaceGym founder and former Financial Times "Spa Junkie" Inge Theron has designed the ultimate workout session... for your face. With new openings anticipated in London and LA, her new-age gym studio-meets-spa has sent the wellness crowd into a facial frenzy.
Podcast presenter, author and general forward slasher, Emma Gannon shares her favourite East London spots, go-to podcasts and unpacks how her multi-hyphen method can enable you to work smarter and travel more.
Known for his wondrous and stylistically extreme creations, interior designer Martin Brudnizki has created some of our favourite spaces and places, from Soho Beach House in Miami to recently revamped Annabel's in London.
While our interview wasn’t quite the dinner party we’d envisioned, Aerin did let us in on her well-trodden holiday routes, her musings on what constitutes a great hotel and the best place for interiors shopping in NYC.
Walala counts Miami, Mexico City and Morocco among the most vibrant places she’s ever visited. Here she riffs on the best design cities – from vibrant New York to innovative Tokyo – the makings of a good hotel and must-sees on a trip to Mauritius.
Susan and her brand shine a (fluorescent) light on the pockets of vibrance and creativity that can be hard to find in concrete jungles. Here, she lets us in on her insuppressible imagination, dreaming in beaded bags and favourite Chinatown haunts.
Born in Norway to immigrant parents of Punjabi and Pashtun ancestry, film director Deeyah Khan’s experience of living between cultures has helped shape her artistic vision.
Here, Marie talks about her working relationship with her mother, the importance of price transparency and her frustrations with big labels’ unsustainable approach to fashion.