Around Chelsea & Knightsbridge

The good doctor

The Chelsea-based surgeon behind the David Nott Foundation trains local doctors in war zones and natural disaster areas to save lives.

Full house

King’s Road tailor’s The Deck designs suits for women of all ages and professions and is guided by its sustainability ethos.

Wagon-inspired food

Vardo, a restaurant ‘inspired by the travelling wagon’ has just opened in Chelsea, the latest scheme from Miles Kirby, co-founder of Caravan Restaurants.

The main event

Gemma Bacon, head of planning at Rhubarb, which caters for some of the most exclusive events in London, talks food trends and plastic-free initiatives.

Chef’s secrets

Chef Adam Handling shares the secrets behind three of his key dishes at his restaurant Adam Handling, Chelsea, which serves contemporary British food.

Artist on a mission

Artist, actress and local councillor Alison Jackson on tricks of the camera and living in Chelsea.

Edible trail

Enjoy a feeling of well-being as you follow the edible trail along Chelsea’s Pavilion Road to find recipe ideas, herbs and fresh fruits.

Green Eileen

Discover how King’s Road fashion house Eileen Fisher has always put the environment and green issues first.

A novel treat

Victoria Hislop, the best-selling Chelsea-based writer, on her latest novel Those Who Are Loved set in Nazi-occupied Greece.

The Partridges family

John Shepherd, owner and managing director of Partridges, on 46 years in the business and the importance of charity.

Beauty retreat

Luxury beauty and wellness services under one roof at Chelsea’s new Urban Retreat at the White House.