The autumn edition of The Quarterly – the experts’ guide to good living – is out now, providing the inside track on the season’s trends, curiosities and events for subscribers to The Week.
In this country and town-themed issue, cover star Bill Nighy extols the virtues of living in the heart of the city, while veteran explorer and former Countryside Alliance CEO Robin Hanbury-Tenison examines the pros and cons of renewable-energy generation in rural Britain.
We discover how Paul Smith has given the bucolic look a thoroughly modern, urban twist, while award-winning apiarist Camilla Goddard explains why she has devoted the past decade to bringing bees back to the city and Auto Express editor Steve Fowler recommends the best cars for both traversing bumpy country roads and cost-effective city motoring.
Elsewhere, we look at brogues – this season’s footwear must-have for both genders – talk to Holland & Holland designer Corinna Godwin about the brand’s new collection of silks inspired by the history of field sports, and go behind the scenes of the Frieze Art Fair with co-founder Matthew Slotover.
The Quarterly is available for iPad via Zinio.