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Smart Dressing

Six style swaps to make your wardrobe more sustainable

Ensure your wardrobe is as eco-conscious as the rest of your life with these easy switches


Style Hack: How to wear olive green

Liven up your winter black, navy and grey with a healthy shot of green

Smart Dressing

What we want this week

This week, we’re after Private White’s new checked bomber, Turnbull & Asser’s artistic pocket squares, a statement coat from Reiss, and more besides


The best things to do in London this week

What to do, see, eat and drink in the capital


London’s best zero-waste supermarkets

Because plastic’s not fantastic


The craft beer paving the way for sustainability

Freedom Brewery is challenging how the craft beer industry works

Smart Dressing

Oliver Spencer brings superb menswear (and sustainability) to Sainsbury’s

We get the inside track on the new menswear line from Tu at Sainsbury’s, designed with the environment in mind by recent graduate Molly Hopwood and overseen by the inimitable Oliver Spencer

Smart Dressing

Joe Woolfe tells us how he camped up Benedict Cumberbatch for the Met Gala

We spoke to the actor’s stylist and suit-maker Joe Woolfe on the inspiration behind the delightfully OTT three-piece Labassa Woolfe suit he wore to last night’s Costume Institute Ball in New York City

Smart Dressing

Finisterre: the company making swim shorts out of fishing nets

It was Tom Kay’s love of the sea that prompted him to found Finisterre, and push for a more sustainable approach to making surfwear

Smart Dressing

Why keeping it old-school is Crown Northampton’s answer to sustainability

We spoke to the Made in England shoemakers about how sticking with traditionalist methods is the way forward for the planet

Smart Dressing

How Oliver Spencer took 28,753 cars off the road by ditching cardboard collars (sort of)

…and why, according to the brand’s head of sustainability, Bleue Burnham, plastic isn’t always the enemy

Current Affairs

Add to basket (of goods)

Sure, the ONS ‘basket of goods’ was designed to measure inflation, but it’s also a bellweather for the kind of neat stuff people want in their lives right now. Here are our suggestions for what to buy for each new entry on this year’s list

Smart Living

How to see the world and save it, too

The world is magnificent but it’s not a museum piece – here’s how you can see it, live in it, and help keep it alive


How did bread become the bad guy?

Humans have been eating bread for hundreds of years, so why do so many now see it as a guilty pleasure? We speak to a new generation of breadmakers and nutritionists about why you should reconsider the yeasty stuff

Food & Drink

Where to eat in January

Healthy eating never tasted so good


Why The Jackal isn’t doing Black Friday

This year, we’ve decided not to join the Black Friday madness. Here’s why

Food & Drink

The fast food revolution: three new restaurants doing it differently

Move over greasy spoon. The new generation of London fast food joints turns grab-and-go eating into foodie heaven