St Margaret’s Church is a much-loved local gem that has played a pivotal role in the history of power and politics
Scott Craddock, head of visitor experience, picks out his defining images of Westminster Abbey
Bookbinding is having its moment in the sun. Whether you are a beginner or looking to a full City & Guilds apprenticeship, Shepherd’s is the place to learn the craft
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
Furniture maker and honorary chairman of Christie’s, the Earl of Snowdon loves a historical book or a good biography
How the life of former Vogue cover girl and British spy Toto Koopman intertwined with the queen of couture and Nazi agent Coco Chanel
Mayfair’s rich rock ‘n’ roll history
It’s called the most exclusive hideaway on the planet. The Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, on the French Riviera, is preparing to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
John Rendall bought a lion cub from Harrods in the 1960s and brought him to live in Chelsea. He still lives in the area today.
Patek Philippe has stood the test of time with its adherence to tradition but also by embracing new technology. We visit its Geneva HQ.
Hotel Lutetia, a landmark, luxury hotel on Paris’s Left Bank, has long been a magnet for writers, artists and celebrities. Now it has undergone a huge revamp.
From royalty to spooks, Dolphin Square, an Art Deco block in Pimlico, is never out of the news for long and has been home to a host of famous names.