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that you are still enjoying reading it forty issues later. September is definitely the most fashionable month of the


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year with the new autumn winter lines hitting the shops and designers getting ready to showcase their spring summer collections for 2012. Tis issue we got the chance to catch up with the iconic fashion designer Roland Mouret and get a sneak peek of his autumn winter collection. We also chatted to Caroline Rush, the joint CEO of the British Fashion Council about the excitement building towards September’s London Fashion Week.


Waterfront travels into the heart of the Scottish Highlands


on Te Royal Scotsman. Offering all the comfort and luxury of a five star hotel, the train is the best way to see the breathtaking scenery that Scotland has to offer. Keeping in with the Highland theme we also discover the most intriguing and exciting castles in Scotland and the turbulent history that goes with them.


Next we take a look at the amazing history behind Bill


Oyster’s bespoke fishing rods. His unique style has seen him conquer the angling world with his US based company Oyster Bamboo Fly Rods. We uncover the story of how one great idea ended in presidential praise.


We also chat with Mark Artus, the CEO of top branding agency 1HQ. His company is responsible for rejuvenating a multitude of global household products and Waterfront uncovers the secret to his success.


We hope you enjoy our 40th issue and have a great


September. Te Waterfront Team


Caroline Hudaly Diane Maher Andrew Webb Laura Hunt Sales Team Matthew Fairhurst Joanne Mottram Design Team Phil Harris Jane Harris Editorial Team


his September is a particularly exciting month in our office, as it marks the 40th issue of Waterfront Magazine. It doesn’t seem that long ago that we started work on the very first issue and we hope


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Design: Andrew Webb, andrew@waterfrontmagazines.co.uk Junior Designer: Laura Hunt, laurah@waterfrontmagazines.co.uk Editorial Team Leader: Matthew Fairhurst, matthew@waterfrontmagazines.co.uk Editorial: Joanne Mottram, jo@waterfrontmagazines.co.uk Contributors: Matthew Fairhurst, Joanne Mottram, Hayley Leaver, Tim Barnes-Clay, Andrew Marshall. Printed by Buxton Press, 01298 212000 Circulation:With over 100,000 readers, Waterfront is available complimentary in UK airport VIP lounges, including Cathay Pacific, Emirates, SAS, BMI and American Airlines along with the Eurostar Business Lounges at London, Paris and Brussels. Tis is in addition to the deliveries already being carried out at the training grounds of Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, 22,000 carefully selected homes valued above £750,000 and 5,000 businesses in Wirral, Merseyside, South Lancashire and Cheshire South Manchester.


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