Sneak Peek: C&TH’s Regeneration Issue

By Amy Wakeham

2 weeks ago

Guest edited by Arizona Muse and starring Lily Cole


Our annual sustainability issue is back, with a pertinent theme: regeneration. Out for subscribers on Friday 12th July, and on newsstands on Wednesday 17th July.

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The Regeneration Issue

Photographer: Matthew Shave Fashion Director: Nicole Smallwood

For this issue, we’re excited to claim a C&TH first. Arizona Muse, model and climate activist, is welcomed as our very first guest editor extolling the power of nature and regeneration.

For the cover story, Lucy Cleland chats to both Arizona and fellow model and activist, Lily Cole about the fashion industry, motherhood, mental health and more.

Fleur Britten digs deep into regenerative farming, claiming that soil is now a super-sexy topic – with thanks to everyone from Jeremy Clarkson to Gisele Bündchen.

In a moving conversation, Annabel Heseltine talks through trauma with Christiana Figueres, the woman responsible for achieving the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.

What’s the future of our favourite morning brew? Tessa Dunthorne investigates how coffee is the canary falling quiet in this planet-shaped coalmine of ours.

Lisa Grainger meets Professor Carole Collet, the fashion academic pushing the boundaries of biomaterials for the likes of LVMH.

Tiffanie Darke heads to Brazil with Veja, to discover how it’s offering a better, greener alternative for cotton growers there.

This issue’s Scarfes Bar interview is photographer Edward Burtynsky, renowned for his bleak landscapes that show the effect of industrialisation on humans and the planet.

In the travel section, we have dispatches from Rajasthan, the Baltics, Malaysia, Poland and Pembrokeshire, perfect inspiration for your next adventure.

And, finally, introducing another first: The Indian Wellbeing Special, edited by Daisy Finer and packed with reviews, news and advice inspired by Mother India.

Full of inspiration, joy, wonder,  and good advice, this issue will leave you brimming with ideas about how we can all do our bit to help heal our world.