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Ashley Baker


Ashley Baker is the Style Editor for AIR MAIL. She also co-hosts AIR MAIL’s weekly podcast, Morning Meeting, alongside Deputy Editor Michael Hainey. Baker lives in New York.

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Le Monde Béryl

Stomp

Wallshoppe x Lingua Franca

Adorn

A Feast for the Ears

This week’s podcast has grifters, N.B.A. stars, fancy restaurants, angry mobsters, Russian dissidents, and more!

Take a Walk and Talk on the Wild Side

This week’s podcast celebrates what makes downtown New York great

Hollywood’s Lost Stories Come to Light

Sam Wasson discusses a new oral history of movies, told by the people who made them

By Alice

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Paula Rowan

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Yoox Net-a-Porter for the Prince’s Foundation

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Liz Truss: Even Stranger Than We Thought

On this week’s podcast, Stuart Heritage reports on the very revealing new book about the former P.M.

Will Prince Harry Spare King Charles?

On this week’s podcast, Stuart Heritage reveals why the royals dread Harry’s forthcoming book; and more

Livotte London

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LORO PIANA

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Hugh Bonneville Spills the Beans

Who knew Paddington Bear had a substance-abuse problem?

Something’s Cooking Near Windsor Castle

Woven, in the Coworth Park hotel, redefines how good a hotel restaurant can be

Prada

Sparkle

Weekend Max Mara

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How TikTok Turned a Disease Into a Hot Brand

Inside the AIR MAIL story on Gen Z’s latest ailment. Plus, more on the new Trump tell-all books

Sweethearts of the Rodeo

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It’s a Natural Fit: Trump and Victoria’s Secret

Just two of the subjects discussed on this week’s podcast. Plus, will Liz Truss survive?

Prada

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How a Rollicking New Play Came to Be

John Lithgow and Douglas McGrath take us inside the making of their new Off Broadway show

The Dark Side of Social-Media Influencers

Plus: Is New York still the city that never sleeps?

A Conversation with Ken Burns

His documentary The U.S. and the Holocaust reveals old attitudes about immigration that are with us still

On Her Majesty’s Final Services

Despite all the planning, many in London are not quite sure how to mark Queen Elizabeth’s death