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Around Belgravia

Swiss Glitz

The ghosts of Gstaad’s glitzy past still beckon and if you’re looking for some post-pandemic pampering, Ultima Gstaad is the place

Desert Island Books

Audrey Brisson, Olivier-nominee and star of Amélie The Musical – now on at the Criterion Theatre – reveals her castaway choices

Adapt to survive

From a drinks trolley to members’ lounges, a new co-working space in Belgravia is upping the workplace experience

Taking centre stage

A virtual opening morning at Eaton Square Schools is a chance to celebrate the profound benefits that performance can have on young people.

Theories of relativity

These family-run businesses are all very different, but what they have in common is a shared interest and passion for what they do

Secrets of a Hollywood Star

A Hollywood star since the 1950s and a Belgravia resident for the past 30 years, Dame Joan Collins and her daughter, Tara, talk fame, motherhood and the uncensored diaries that promise to pull no punches

Thought for food

Chelsea football club’s Reece James is one of several local individuals and businesses offering their support to the Felix Project, says Reyhaan Day

Insta stars

Bella Roberts is the director of a steel business, who splits her time between Belgravia and the Cotswolds. She is the owner of Coco & Lily, who have their own Instagram page.

Natural beauties

Bringing nature indoors needn’t be harder during the colder months. Here is our pick to bring in nature’s soothing palette

A literary love affair

The passionate relationship between Virginia Woolf and one of Belgravia’s most famous former residents, writer Vita Sackville-West, is exposed by a new book of their steamy love letters

Meet the passport king

Investment migration is on the increase as families and individuals assess where they want to be in a post-Covid world. Henley & Partners’ Dr Kalin gives us the lowdown

The Crown jewels

Show-stopping pieces inspired by the new series of Netflix hit The Crown