As the Christmas countdown begins, it’s time for festive lunches and slow afternoons – giving you the perfect opportunity to dig into our Winter Journal. In this edition, we talk to the queen of luxury publishing, Julia Carrick OBE; investigate Eddie Redmayne’s favourite shoe shop, Duke + Dexter and discuss Christmas decorating with the Arts Club, British Artist, Tom Ellis, and feather-obsessed designers, Wingfield Digby. We also get into sustainable style with blogger, the Grey Fox; learn the art of restaurant design (from Gordon Ramsay’s style-studio of choice) and we head to the Tempus Christmas Party for a bit of light relief…
The Journal meets the woman who saved the fortunes of British luxury, and the sector’s biggest backer, Julia Carrick OBE
Ettinger introduces you to the magical world of the Duke + Dexter party slipper, and finds out why Eddie Redmayne’s mum is such a fan
Our Chairman and CEO, Robert Ettinger, shares his reflections from a recent trip to South East Asia and Dubai
British jewellery designer, Stephen Einhorn, has created pieces for Hollywood films and stars such as Charlize Theron, Johnny Depp and Cate Blanchett, but his heart will always be in London. The Ettinger Journal talks to the designer-entrepreneur about reaching breaking point, his love for engineering, and his sadness at the decimation of manufacturing in the UK.
Men’s style blogger, the Grey Fox, talks brogues, tweed and Prince Charles to the Ettinger Journal
Heston and Gordon’s interior designer of choice, Tom Strother, tells the Journal about his new Mayfair eatery, Bombay Bustle, and how the Fabled Studio team is redesigning London’s restaurants, from the front door in
Canadian gentleman’s style is changing due to changes in working styles, but the customers still demand quality goods, explains president and CEO of Betty Hemmings, Michael Warwick
We head to the Rumpus Room for one of London's most decadent Christmas parties - the celeb-filled Tempus Magazine Yuletide bash
The Journal talks Christmas decorating with British Artist (and Arts Club Christmas installation creator) Tom Ellis and feather objet designer, Alice Wingfield Digby. Is 2017 the year of Avant Garde, or the more natural?