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Sneak Peek: See inside the February Gentleman’s Issue

Welcome to the February Gentleman's issue of Country & Town House

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Your February issue of Country & Town House magazine is hitting newsstands on Wednesday, and this month it’s the Gentleman’s issue featuring Eddie Redmayne, Alex Gregory and the Debrett’s guide to modern etiquette.

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CTH Feb 17

Lucy Cleland talks to Eddie Redmayne about the many reasons he has to celebrate. Not only has the Oscar-winning 34-year-old dazzled us in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them but he has welcomed the birth of his first child, received an OBE from the Queen and joined the legendary ranks of watch brand Omega’s ambassadors.

Inside the issue you will find an exciting and exclusive interview by Hugh Francis Anderson with a certain Olympic rower.

Charlotte Metcalf chatted to Cartier’s managing director Laurent Feniou, the French former banker who’s so enthused about his brand that any preconceptions she had about him were instantly blown away.

Juliet Rix hightails it along the length of Japan on the country’s super-speedy bullet trains. While Caiti Grove spends a wintry weekend in Prague and Daisy Finer glams it up in New York City.

Eddie Redmayne

Our contributors share their tips on surviving February

Hugh Francis Anderson

If you were a woman, who would you be and why? Amelia Earhart for her pioneering courage, her gender-challenging exploits and her endlessly cool demeanour.
What does your handwriting say about you? It is messy, rushed and hardly legible. I can never seem to write as quickly as I think.
How do you plan on surviving February? A warm fire and a dram of single malt.
Where are you travelling to next? Chamonix.
Who would you most like to interview? The Norwegian novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard. His brilliance knows no bounds.

Teresa Levonian Cole

If you were a man, who would you be and why? Augustine of Hippo, of ‘Make me pure, Lord, but not quite yet’ fame. A very human saint.
What does your handwriting say about you? The typical qualities of a Scorpio. Though I’m a Libra, my horoscope is riddled with the little nipper!
How do you plan on surviving February? A mink coat and a bottle of vodka.
Where are you travelling to next? Komodo.
Who would you most like to interview? Orhan Pamuk.

Tom Parker Bowles

If you were a woman, who would you be and why? A cross between Kate Moss and Nigella Lawson.
What does your handwriting say about you? Well, it’s messy, disorganised and a little odd. Make of that what you will!
How do you plan on surviving February? Alcohol and goodwill. And one of those at least is available bottled, so that’s good news.
Where are you travelling to next? South Africa, then two of my favourite countries in the world – Thailand and Mexico.
Who would you most like to interview? The Wife of Bath. Or Chaucer. Or both at once.

Joe Bullmore

If you were a woman, who would you be and why? Gigi Hadid. Eerily similar bone structure.
What does your handwriting say about you? Just did one of those online tests to find out: Apparently I’m both overly self critical (wrong) and humble (correct). The report ends with the slightly ominous line: ‘you might not be following your heart’.
How do you plan on surviving February? A trip to the wonderful city of Vienna. Vienna: Now. Forever.
Where are you travelling to next? Vienna, if the plug above goes to plan.
Who would you most like to interview? Noël Coward.

READ MORE: The Diary January


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