Show Media is pleased to announce the publication of the autumn 2015 issue of Brummell magazine, ‘the little black book for the City’.
In this issue we present Brummell‘s annual Inspirational Women listing, this year showcasing women who are not only role models within their own City-based organisations, but who are driving cultural change more broadly, in external groups or to a wider geographical audience – often off the side of their desks.
Continuing the focus on inspirational women, in our regular After the City slot we talk to ex-City consultant Polly McMaster about how she set up her own fashion label to give high-flying women an edge, and, because confidence and style go hand in hand, we round up a carefully edited selection of new-season womenswear, from polished winter work clothes to chic leather accessories. We also speak with female tailor Pip Howeson about how she creates truly bespoke garments for women, and we select dazzling creations from the world’s finest jewellers to help successful women sparkle that little bit more.
Male readers are not forgotten: in our men’s style special we dedicate 32 pages to embrace a broad spectrum of sartorial styles that make for an individual yet professional wardrobe. We explore the design innovation of Milan fashion house Pal Zileri, discover the flexibility of Paul Smith’s travel suit, and, talking of travel, elsewhere in the issue we take a look at cars of the future and go hiking in the Havasu Canyon.
To top it all off, our indulgent epicure section sees us share the most interesting new bar and restaurant openings across the capital, and take a look at the female chefs who are cooking up a storm in some of London’s finest dining establishments. We also prepare to get strapped in for Dinner in the Sky, sample a selection of delightful delicacies, from Russian caviar to Spanish jamón, and savour rum straight up. There’s something for everyone, no matter how diverse your tastes.