A very exciting one off episode of Emma Gannon’s popular Ctrl Alt Delete podcast was recorded at our Piccadilly St James’ store last night. Discussing the theme of women in creative industries, read on to listen now.
The ritual of afternoon tea. Hardly what you’d call a health craze. But with an hour to spare and dresses to suit, we meet wellness writer Jasmine Hemsley at the Dandelyan bar to talk about the value of making time for food.
The fourth in our series of #KodakWomen, model and writer, Sydney Lima is all about provocative pieces. We caught up with her to get the backstory on her poem: ‘Creativity doesn’t discriminate.’
This month, we’re working with Kodak to champion women in creative industries. Born and raised in Walthamstow, East London, meet our next #KodakWoman, photographer and stylist Ronan Mckenzie.
Meet the next #KodakWoman: Nettie Wakefield, a pencil artist based in London. Tasked with the job of capturing what it means to be female in the art world, she has created a piece that puts the queen on top for once…
The feel of soft sand underfoot and some of the world’s best restaurants and galleries just a short walk away. Here, Chic Retreats share their pick of the best urban beach breaks for the perfect blend of coast and culture.
To celebrate Mother’s Day, we meet Durham based creator of All that is She, Dominique Davis, to talk raising girls, breaking the creative mould and one super early breakfast in bed. We met with her to find out more about her Mother’s day plans, staying creative and how there’s no such thing as perfect parenting.
Inspired by a Kodak campaign from 1893, Jigsaw has collaborated with the brand and relaunched it as Kodak Woman to champion women in creative industries. First up, director and photographer Kaj Jefferies
Afternoon tea with Jasmine Hemsley, early morning dip at Tooting Bec lido, a rummage through our archive with The Telegraph’s Lisa Armstrong. This season, the team behind Jigsaw’s Style & Truth magazine made time for the things that matter