Artisanal juice in The City

Juice connoisseur PRESS launches a new shop in Broadgate Circle, and some summer-friendly new infusions to go with it

Crafting a legacy

Louis Vuitton talks to Glass about how they also hope to preserve the greatest luxury of all – our future

A secret sanctuary

Glass stays at La Reserve Paris apartments – at the vanguard of luxury living

Freud for thought

Glass discovers a different kind of  “designer scent” from British designer Bella Freud ...

In the Fast Lane with O-T Fagbenle

Glass catches up with the star of the BBC crime thriller The Interceptor

New Model Army – Aneliese Ryan

Glass meets the engaging model with an impressive background in ballet

A Life Less Ordinary

Glass remembers our good friend Jules Wright, who died last weekend, by republishing her interview for Glass with actor Kristin Scott Thomas

California Dreaming … of San Diego

Glass visits San Diego and discovers a dynamic city full of culture, charm and amazing shopping all neatly trimmed with miles of beautiful beaches

California Dreaming … of San Diego

Amanda Bernstein
Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

Fashion aficionados and culture vultures should seriously consider their choice of holiday destination next time they are planning a trip to the USA. Southern California has much to offer everyone – for both young and old this is the place… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Paul Smith

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Paul Smith did things his own way this season by fashioning his latest collection as a contemporary take on the new wave that hit music and fashion vice versa in the late ‘70s, lingering throughout the ‘80s. Like a living… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Saint Laurent

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Hedi Slimane’s, and I stress – Slimane’s, Saint Laurent took one of its wackier turns this season, in a grunge-fest of Southern Californian riders on the storm in Kurt Cobain sunglasses proportions. That may well be quite a mouthful, but… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Balmain

Emma Walsh
Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Showcasing his first men’s wear collection for Balmain, Olivier Rousteing decorated the Parisian runway with a variety of safari-inspired looks; encapsulating the essence of British explorers. Like many SS16 designers, Rousteing decided to blend the barriers of gender specific clothing… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Dior

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Dior kept it very cool and collected for SS16, with menswear creative director Kris Van Assche drawing on Dior’s age old ability to refresh and refine luxury. This was centred precisely around a very modest exercise of taking just the… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Sacai

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Sacai’s Chitose Abe pulled out all of the stops in Paris this season for menswear SS16 by concocting a bricolage mish-mash of the flurry of textiles that the brand incorporates into their unmistakable brand identity. The motley crew of pieces… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Kenzo

Anna Coughlan
Anna Coughlan

Glass Online fashion writer

The colour-obsessed, pattern-preoccupied, sensory overload that is Kenzo seemed far calmer at their SS16 menswear collection in Paris today. For starters, the clothing was all presented in a desert-type styled environment and many of the clothes seemed to be designed… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Berluti

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Berluti stuck to a safe selection of painterly primary colour hues, something that menswear is constantly trying its damnedest to popularise, and layered monochromes for a swish SS16 collection. LVMH’s resident luxury cobbler, headed up by creative director Alessandro Sartori,… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Alexander Wang

Emma Walsh
Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Channelling a masculine blue collar vibe, Wang displayed his SS16 collection with a consistent uniform aesthetic. Introducing fashions take on manual work ensembles, boiler suits and black dungarees were matched with oversized leather bags, adding a stylish twist to work… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Givenchy

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

At Givenchy this season, in his latest blast of high-style menswear, Riccardo Tisci took pseudo-religious brutalism to new heights. While his direction this season was guided by a higher power, it swerved unsteadily in between divine in the classic fashion… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Maison Margiela

Anna Coughlan
Anna Coughlan

Glass Online fashion writer

For SS16 in Paris, Maison Margiela resounded with drama. It was a collection comprised of many structured pieces as well as a few more relaxed vest-style tops, with overcoats sporting hemlines that nearly grazed the floor, with a few necklines… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Louis Vuitton

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Over at Louis Vuitton this menswear season designer Kim Jones took his latest collection for the house on yet another voyage that spanned the length of Oriental chinoiserie and the breadth of Americano sportswear. To achieve this feat, Jones worked… Continue Reading →

Why vinegar is the secret to great hair this summer

Viola Levy
Viola Levy

Glass Online beauty editor

Summer isn’t good news where our hair is concerned. All that sweltering heat and perspiration can leave it greasy and stuck to the side of our face – not to mention it ending up dry and dull from all that sun,… Continue Reading →

Bottega Veneta launch AW15 ad campaign

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Bottega Veneta have released their Fall-Winter 2015 advertising campaign in collaboration with photographer Juergen Teller. Officially billed as The Art of Collaboration with Juergen Teller, it features models Anne Cleveland and Freddy Drabble.. Shot in Turin, Italy in the former… Continue Reading →

A life less ordinary

Jules Wright
Jules Wright

Director at The Wapping Project

IT IS with great sadness that we announce today the death of a dear Glass friend and collaborator and a true visionary and creative. Jules Wright, curator, commissioner, art director, supporter of creatives and all-round fire-starter, was a one-woman powerhouse… Continue Reading →

Villa Lena, Tuscany opens for summer

Amanda Bernstein
Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

The magnificently resorted 19th century Villa Lena has just flung open its shutters for the summer season. It is set among rolling hills, olive groves and vineyards in the picturesque Tuscan countryside with much more to offer its guests than… Continue Reading →

New Model Army – Aneliese Ryan

Justin van Vliet
Justin van Vliet

Chief Glass Online photographer

  Name: Aneliese Ryan Agency: Profile Model Management Hometown: Hull Age: 20 How did you become a model? I’ve always loved modelling. When me and my best friend Jack Thomson were at ballet school (when we were 14), we started… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Valentino

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

On the first day of the Paris-based leg of menswear SS16’s gala performances, Valentino revealed its most unbridled side. Building on the fashion house’s increasingly fanciful transition now that Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli are firmly at the helm, the… Continue Reading →

Paris Menswear SS16: Raf Simons

Anna Coughlan
Anna Coughlan

Glass Online fashion writer

Raf Simons was inspired by the 1970’s for SS16 – tartan patterns, extra wide flared trousers, even head scarves made an appearance on the catwalk for this collection. Throughout the show any of the models wore head scarves that concealed… Continue Reading →

Milan Menswear SS16: Canali

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

This season at Canali the menswear house has commendably separated itself from some more gender-warped-led trends appearing on the catwalk, singling itself out as the menswear force it is widely renowned as. Creative director Andrea Pompilio staged a pleasing show… Continue Reading →

The Toxic Sublime at White Cube, London

Thomas Allen
Thomas Allen

Glass Online art writer

It’s complicated, our relationship with the natural world. And Marc Quinn has found inspiration in that complexity for his latest exhibition with White Cube, The Toxic Sublime. The first of the two bodies of work on show is itself knotty…. Continue Reading →

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