Show Media is pleased to announce the Winter 2015 issue of Brummell magazine, the ‘little black book for the City’. The new issue explores the art of giving in many forms.
Shining a spotlight on philanthropy, this edition sees David Charters propose how investment bankers can make the world a better place, by donating not only financial resources, but also time to support charitable causes. On the topic of charity, we speak to ex-banker Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster about her decision to leave a high-flying career at Goldman Sachs and found her own non-profit organisation, Walkabout Foundation, to help disabled people around the world.
Celebrating high-flyers elsewhere in the issue, as official media partner, we present the results of the inaugural Chinese Business Leaders Awards, showcasing the most talented individuals in the UK’s Chinese business community. Then, flying high quite literally, we travel to the Okavango Delta in Botswana with aerial photographer and president of the GoodPlanet Foundation, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, to see the making of his latest film project for release next year, before trying luxury skiing, Italian style.
Talking of style, we curate a collection of luxurious menswear and accessories from shirts and shoes, to cufflinks and cocktail shakers, all of which make thoughtful gifts. As party season is underway, we also select refined women’s jewellery creations inspired by the glamorous art deco era, and choose six blue-faced timepiece designs that will add flair to any occasionwear.
To top things off, just in time for festive feasting, our epicure pages focus on the most exciting culinary activity in the city, including notable restaurant openings and a round up of new after-dinner expressions, to keep everyone in good spirits.