Food and travel writer Jenny Tregoning lives in London and regularly hops on the Eurostar to visit family in Paris. Here, she shares her tips for getting off the well-beaten tourist track.
To celebrate a festive collaboration with The Langham hotel, we caught up with the globetrotting gastronome to talk classic French cooking, comfort food and why, when it comes to a roast, there’s nowhere like home
This September, Globe-Trotter is hosting an exclusive in-store event with luxury shoemaker and fellow Mayfair resident Edward Green. We caught up with operations manager Anthony Bunn to talk shop, Mayfair secrets and the enduring appeal of heritage brands
Whether it’s hanging out with alpacas in Peru or whirlwind trips to Thailand, London-based stylist Martha Ward is constantly on the move. Here she tells us about childhood holidays with her family’s trusty Globe-Trotter collection and how to travel in comfort and style.
Award-winning travel writer Jonathan Thompson moved from London to Texas in 2016. Here he shares his insider tips on Austin – the free-spirited capital of the Lone Star State
Australian-born journalist Aarti Betigeri moved to India in 2008 and spent nine years in New Delhi. Here, she tells us how old and new collide in spectacular fashion in India’s intoxicating capital.
In the first of a new series profiling Globe-Trotter suitcases and their owners, we talk to stylist, menswear editor and creative consultant Gareth Scourfield.
To celebrate Steve Harrison’s limited-edition collection of travelling tea sets in collaboration with Globe-Trotter, the salt-fire potter will be presenting a new exhibition at Globe-Trotter’s Mayfair store this December, which documents his 30-year love affair with tea.
Travel writer Anna Hart divides her time between London and LA. Here, she shares her secrets for getting under the skin of America’s most culturally rich city.
The adventurer and friend of Globe-Trotter on what makes truly hands-on travel, where to catch the best sunsets, and what’s still on his bucket list.
With the Gumball Rally finishing in Tokyo for the first time in its 20-year history – culminating in a lavish celebration at our Ginza store – we asked our favourite food, fun and fashion writer to give the low-down on his local neighbourhood.
Russian-born writer, curator and cultural critic Anastasiia Fedorova explores the off-beat side of her hometown; a city where old world grandeur and a contemporary creative spirit go hand-in-hand.