First Look at the September/October ’22 issue of Country & Town House
What to look forward to in the September/October ’22 Issue of C&TH, starring Freida Pinto, the On Design interiors focus, and the Great Outdoors special celebrating country pursuits. Buy the issue here.
September/October ’22 Issue of C&TH
Finding Freida: Starring on the cover of Country & Town House’s September/October ’22 issue is the luminous Freida Pinto, who talks ambition, activiam and authenticity with Clare Naylor.
The Great Outdoors: Also in the issue is The Great Outdoors special, featuring the best country fashion alongside a Cornish foodie roadtrip with Simon Stallard, a deep dive into the history of Westley Richards, and the story of one of Scotland’s successful homegrown brands.
On Design: Carole Annett brings you everything you need for your next home makeover, with an On Design focus jampacked with inspiring case studies, stylish chateaus, and all the latest interior trends to know.
The Rurbanist: Amy Wakeham gets to know Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse.
Spa Trek: Discovering peace and wellbeing for the whole family at Daios Cove.
Poetry in Motion: A first glimpse of the new Van Cleef & Arpels exhibition at the Design Museum. By Vivienne Becker.
The Exhibitionist: Ed Vaizey looks back on 20 years of the London Design Festival.
My Little Green Book: Meeting legendary ocean warrior Dr Sylvia Earle is a life-changing experience, finds sustainability columnist Lisa Grainger.
Conversations at Scarfes Bar: Artist and co-founder of the Royal Drawing School, Catherine Goodman.
Culture Casualty of War: Does cancelling Russian art help the Ukraine war effort? Ivan Lindsay thinks not.
Destination Art: Maya Binkin brings us the art destinations to add to your travel bucket list.
Doing It By The Book: Meeting the Queen of Crime herself, Val McDermid. By Caroline Phillips.
Jewels in the Crown: The Maldives goes eco (and not before time). Meet the resorts doing it right.
French Connection: All the new addresses to know in Paris, whether you’re drinking, dining, or checking in for the night. By Rosalyn Wikeley.
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