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Travelling with Nacho Alegre

As part of our new series documenting definitive recommendations from the well-travelled: The One, we talk to the editor and publisher of Apartamento Magazine about bringing aboard realist novels and his in-flight essentials.
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Travelling with Ben Cobb

In our on-going search to uncover the absolutes of effortlessly chic travel, we speak to the Editor-in-Chief of AnOther Man, Ben Cobb, about what it means to travel like a true gentleman.
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Travelling with Claire Thomson-Jonville

As part of our new series The One, Editor-in-Chief of Self Service magazine, Claire Thomson-Jonville, passes on her tips to for getting quality alone time on the plane, the superlative Parisian essentials and how to behave like a local in her home city.

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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner With Julia Sarr-Jamois

Julia Sarr-Jamois is a London based stylist and the senior fashion editor for i-D – but when she’s not in-flight, she prefers to eat local. Here she shares her favourite Brixton bakery and where to find the best falafel in Notting Hill.
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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Raven Smith

Creative Director and ex-Commissioning Director of Nowness, Raven Smith, is a frequent traveller, and reluctant luggage-carrier. He takes us on a tour of his culinary recommendations in Paris and his home city, London.
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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Olivia Singer

AnOther Magazine’s Fashion and Beauty Features Director Olivia Singer takes a break from globe-trotting to bring us some culinary recommendations closer to home; read on for the best baked eggs in London, and her favourite GF DF takeaways.

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Icons: The Soho Notebook

The ‘hack’ journalist, the aspiring author, the inspired note-jotter; few writers deny the pleasure that comes from opening a new notebook. With our Soho Notebook, that experience reaches peak satisfaction.
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Icons: Katharine Hepburn

She pioneered women wearing trouser suits, refused to be defined by a man, and who catalogued her impressive Rolodex of friendships within the gilt-edged pages of her bespoke Panama address book.