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PHOTOGRAPHY


Chris Levine on working with light and his portrait of the Queen Page 40


PROFILE Nathalie Kabiri on bringing her jewellery boutique to the King’s Road and launching her own designs Page 18


EVENTS A chance to see Private Eye cartoons, nature captured on camera and a celebration of Coward Page 6


BRIEFING


The Affordable Art Fair returns, Tuatara relaunches as Kings Club and the Capital restaurant marks 40 years Page 10


ART


Art London brings together 90 galleries, including a strong Chelsea contingent Page 17


JEWELLERY We round up some of the newest designs, from Halloween bat charms at Dodo to retro graphic rings at Tiffany & Co Page 22


FASHION


Maria Grachvogel on relocating to Culford Gardens and how her label has developed Page 26


ACCESSORIES Anya Hindmarch takes inspiration from cabmen’s shelters for her new diary Page 32


FOOD


Head chef Maria Elia on taking over Joseph-owned Joe’s and creating a cookbook that encourages experimentation Page 34


THEATRE


Stella Feehily explores the dangers of humanitarian work in conflict zones in her latest play at the Royal Court, Bang Bang Bang Page 44


SAATCHI The gallery hosts its first show dedicated to German works and reflects on our perceptions of art Page 49


MUSIC


Bluesman John Mayall on performing in London and working with rising star Oli Brown Page 54


RETAIL


How the redevelopment of Pavilion Road and Symons Street has created a local hub of niche designer brands Page 60


AS TOLD TO


British pianist Freddy Kempf explains how he got into music and why he feels people have misinterpreted Beethoven’s Concerto No. 1 Page 64


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