Your November issue of Country & Town House magazine is hitting newsstands this Wednesday, and this month it’s the men’s issue with cover star Callum Turner, and the beautiful Jewellery & Watches supplement.
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Our beautiful Jewellery & Watches supplement comes with this month’s magazine, too – your insight into the luxury jewellery industry and the best of the best when it comes to jewels, edited by Avril Groom.
Inside the November men’s issue, you’ll find…
Callum Turner: Benji Wilson meets our cover star, actor and Burberry model Callum Turner, a rising star and cheeky charmer
Gentleman’s Relish: Henry Conway shares his secrets with our readers on how to dress like a modern-day Dandy
Interview with Artist Sacha Newley: Matthew Bell meets the son of Joan Collins and Anthony Newley in his London studio
Your Guide to the Ski Season: Felix Milns guides readers on where to book and Rosalyn Wikeley pits the mighty Courchevel and Verbier against each other
Plus: An insight into the lives of Capstar Chauffeurs, Caroline Phillips’ guide to Laos, how to live a billionaire’s lifestyle on a millionaire’s budget and much more…
Some of our contributors share their man crush and greatest adventures…
Book you should have read but haven’t got round to it yet and why? Jilly Cooper’s Polo. I know – I mean, truly shocking that I haven’t. Forgive me, Jilly. It’s close to the bible.
Who should be the next prime minister and why? James Norton. I have no idea what his views are, but I’ve had enough of Canada stealing ‘the hot one’ limelight…
If you were mayor for a day, which one law would you pass? Later licencing laws. I’m that ‘C’mon, just one more’ guy at the bar…
You feel most comfortable when… In a bath, on a superyacht, being fed gin and tonics by the bucketload (my actual life this summer).
Book you should have read but haven’t got round to it yet and why? Proust’s A la Recherche Du Temps Perdu. I haven’t got round to it because I’m waiting for Marcel to give us the radio edit.
Who should be the next prime minister and why? Doctor Who or Marty McFly. Only someone who can go back in time can get us out of this complete and utter mess.
If you were mayor for a day, which one law would you pass? People who drop litter should have litter dropped on them.
You feel most comfortable when… Reading in the bath. Except when I drop my Kindle, which is about one in every three baths.
Book you should have read but haven’t got round to it yet? Sapiens. My school motto was ‘Wise is the man who looks ahead’, so I keep planning to read it yet it remains absolutely in the future.
Who should be the next prime minister and why? Alex Ferguson. We could never get him to manage the English Football team, but he’s a proven winner, both at home and in Europe.
If you were mayor for a day, which one law would you pass? Free Theatre Fridays. Subsidise all theatres for matinee shows for the disadvantaged.
You feel most comfortable when… I’m about to leap off a cliff into a fresh field of powder snow.
Book you should have read but haven’t got round to it yet? Sapiens. People seem to love Middlemarch but I can’t read beyond 50 pages without finding every other book suddenly more interesting. I don’t know what to do about this.
Who should be the next prime minister and why? I feel a constant nostalgia for 2015, so maybe David Cameron should come back and everything will be OK.
If you were mayor for a day, which one law would you pass? I would scrap business rates for bookshops.
You feel most comfortable when… I’ve just filed my copy.
Jewellery & Watches
Jewellery & Watches is an annual C&TH supplement displaying the best in British luxury jewellery.
Avril Groom has vast experience writing about luxury and fine jewellery for several leading titles including FT How To Spend It and the Telegraph among others. As editor of C&TH’s annual jewellery and watches supplement, she looks at the best new jewellery and watches through a very British lens.
With leading contributors including Ursula Lake, Annabel Davidson, Joanna Hardy, Simon de Burton and Dan Kennedy, this glossy luxury guide is published with the November issue of Country & Town House as the perfect showcase for world’s finest luxury brands to reach the top end of the London market in plenty of time for Christmas.
Highlights in this issue include:
In ‘All’s Fair’ we look at how Chopard is leading the green revolution
In ‘A Snake in the Grass‘ Annabel Davidson looks at when jewellery becomes more than just adornment
All this and more in the November issue of Country & Town House and Jewellery & Watches magazine, out Wednesday.
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