HOW TO PERFECT YOUR CAPSULE SUMMER WARDROBE

The holiday season is getting closer and it is finally time in the UK to transition to a Summer wardrobe. 

More than a trend, the concept of a capsule wardrobe aligns with the ‘less is more’ philosophy. Discerning consumers are increasingly looking to invest in fewer but higher quality pieces that will last for a lifetime. High-end craftsmanship, classic designs and quality fabrics have become the parameters of a thoughtful purchase decision along with a concern over sustainable production and the label’s values.  

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BOOK: THATCHER’S ECONOMIC POLICIES

My final thesis stems from 9 months of research – the perfect gestation period – and assesses the former PM’s economic policies from an analytical – hence, completely neutral – point of view. I was approached to publish my thesis and this book is the final result: Thatcher’s Economic Policies: An Assessment of Efficiency, Lambert Publication (LAP). 

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KRUG & THE SPICE OF LIFE

It was founder Joseph Krug’s unfaltering belief that only by paying the utmost attention to every single element could he offer the fullest expression of Champagne every single year, regardless of climate annual variations. 

A cornerstone of Krug’s craftsmanship, individuality is the art of understanding that every plot of vines, as one wine, is in itself a single ingredient. Embodying the vision of its founder, every year the House honours its savoir-faire by inviting Krug Ambassade Chefs to pay tribute to a humble single ingredient by crafting bold and sumptuous dishes to complement the flavours and aromas of Krug Grande Cuvée or Krug Rosé.  

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