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Featuring exclusive parties, premier sporting events, restaurant openings and the most glamorous hotels, this month we feature all that’s great and good about our nation’s capital. We take a closer look at T e Shard, the building that’s towering above London’s skyline, as it begins to welcome its fi rst tenants. We get backstage access to T e Global Party, which will launch more than 360 exclusive parties for charity, opening with a decadent soiree at T e Savoy. Hayley Leaver looks forward to Royal Ascot, the race meeting with the regal touch, while we profi le the Greenwich Regulator, the exquisite timepiece presented to Her Majesty T e Queen to mark her Golden Jubilee. A stone’s throw from the Bank of England, Waterfront spends a night at the boutique T readneedles Hotel, and we also review the Four Seasons Milano, the luxury property in the heart of the city’s fashion district. Luxury stationery brand Smythson of Bond Street look to the future of the business, and some of the biggest London designers adorn our fashion pages. Further afi eld we profi le Dinner in the Sky, the incredible event space


which elevates patrons 50 metres above the ground to enjoy the unique experience of soaring above some of the world’s most iconic landmarks whilst enjoying Michelin Star cuisine. Glamorous businesswoman Celia Sawyer discusses her private jet interior design service and penchant for unusual auction items, while Maxine Ashford takes the new Audi RS 5 Cabrio for a test drive.


T e Waterfront Team


from the team


Directors Our Team


Phil Harris


Editorial Jonathan Kearney


Editorial Intern Nicola Borrows Philippa Probert


Sales Caroline Hudaly


Design Lee Clarke Chris Bennett


Jane Harris


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