British Vogue edition bears hallmarks of guest editor Meghan BelfastTelegraph.co.uk From an interview with activist Bianca Jagger to a feature on female bakers, British Vogue bears all the hallmarks of guest editor the Duchess of Sussex. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/british-vogue-edition-bears-hallmarks-of-guest-editor-meghan-38364138.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/article38364135.ece/c9c05/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_5c017b19-42ef-4e47-9b1d-bfefd6c722b7_1 Email From an interview with activist Bianca Jagger to a feature on female bakers, British Vogue bears all the hallmarks of guest editor the Duchess of Sussex. Meghan’s interests in a healthy lifestyle, empowering women and sustainable fashion appear to have inspired her choice of articles commissioned for the magazine. Jagger founded her human rights foundation to tackle issues like climate change and ending violence against women and took part in the style bible’s question and answer … [Read more...] about British Vogue edition bears hallmarks of guest editor Meghan
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The next three months leading up to mid-September is the period when nature is most active in all its glory. The trees are in full foliage, plants and shrubs are blooming, hay and silage is being saved and the countryside is at its magnificent best. In Irish mythology, Fionn mac Cumhaill and Na Fianna always enjoyed an invigorating swim in the wild Atlantic waves from Slea Head to Erris Head on summer solstice, the day when the sun god was closest to Ireland. On that day, Manannan mac Lir, the god of the sea, lavished his bounty of minerals, iodines and nutrients on those who swam in the Atlantic Ocean, thereby bestowing on them the virility of youth, which they needed in battle. Many of Na Fianna died far too young but Fionn's son, Oisin, did reach Tir na nOg, where he spent 300 years with the beautiful Niamh Chinn Oir. It's a charming story, based on myth more than fact. Still, I must admit that I always enjoy a long refreshing sea swim on June 21 each year in the hope that some of … [Read more...] about Letters to the Editor: ‘Longest day and a dip in sea’
in Sport · 14-06-2019 01:00:00 · 0 Comments Quinta do Lago’s reputation as one of Europe’s elite golf and lifestyle destinations has risen to new heights after receiving a glowing new endorsement from Golf Digest magazine. The Algarve venue was the only resort in Portugal, and one of only eight across the continent, to be chosen by the magazine as a recipient for its coveted ‘2019 Editors’ Choice Award for the Best Resorts in Continental Europe’. “Resorts named as our Editors’ Choice are first-class facilities that, first and foremost, have an exemplary offering of unique and quality golf courses. The accommodations must also have amenities that separate themselves above the fray.” Share this article: Comments: Be the first to comment on this article Interactive Topics, send us your comments/opinion on this article. … [Read more...] about Quinta do Lago named best in Portugal
What would spring be without a flurry of florals? But for every person who swoons at the sight of a sunflower-print dress, there’s another who runs a mile in the direction of the nearest antihistamine. If you fall into the former category, then it’s likely you’ve greeted the glut of posy-pocked pleated dresses which have taken root in every shop on the high street like a long lost friend. For everyone else, it would seem that the options beyond sweating out summer in your favourite navy jumper and jeans until the cooling balm of autumn returns are limited. But even the most fervent anti-floralist may yet become as passionate about petals as Monty Don when faced with the season’s freshest take on the trend: the floral boilersuit. Reassuringly devoid of any excess frills, fancy or fabric, the beauty of a boilersuit covered in blooms is that any overt prettiness is offset by its practicality. For those who find a flowing floral dress too twee, its all-in-one … [Read more...] about Is it time you bought a floral boilersuit?
Video PUBLISHED: 18:00 17 May 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Allison's Eatery is the first vegan cafe in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Victoria Pertusa Archant Allison Knight has taken her business from a market stall to permanent premises in just one year. She told our food and drink editor all about her brand new venture, which includes an eco-friendly shop. Allison's Eatery is the first vegan cafe in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Victoria PertusaVegan afternoon teas and soon, monthly plant-based Sunday roasts are on the menu at Bury St Edmunds' first entirely vegan café, Allison's Eatery.Recently opened just out of the town centre at the precinct on St Olaves Road (where there's free parking), the café and eco-friendly shop is the latest venture from Allison Knight, who's been successfully running her eponymous vegan food stall on Bury St Edmunds market since last spring."I've had the van since April last year," she says, "so it hasn't been long. … [Read more...] about Bury’s first vegan cafe has opened