Style

GOOD ENOUGH FOR GREGORY PECK

A Matter of Taste: Kassia St Clair explains how men can wear round sunglasses—without looking comical read more »
  • IT’S COMPLICATED

    More women than ever say they’re interested in buying mechanical watches. But can they find any they actually like? Melanie Grant takes four potential customers shopping to see what, if anything, ticks all the boxes read more »
  • TRACES OF THE TURBAN

    The Line of Beauty: a single piece of cloth has kept out the elements across centuries and continents. Samantha Weinberg unfolds a heady tale read more »
  • BLUE EGGS AND HAM

    My Madeleine: on long, hot road trips to the coast, Dominique Botha’s family found respite in an Afrikaans picnic read more »
  • THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE SUITCASE

    Applied Fashion: holidays are about getting away from it all. Rebecca Willis wishes that included the stress of packing read more »
  • A FOOLPROOF SOUFFLE

    The Kitchen Dialogues: Christopher Hirst and Arnaud Schon's soufflé, made with locally sourced asparagus, was so good they baked it twice read more »
  • THE TIZIO LAMP STRIKES A POSE

    Built to Last: created in the 1970s, emblematic of the 1980s, Artemide’s era-defining task lamp still shines a light on good design. Peter York tells its story read more »