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Bridget Arsenault

Bridget Arsenault is the London Editor for AIR MAIL. She is also a Lifestyle Editor at Forbes, and the U.K. and London Editor for Equestrian Living. Before that, she worked for Vanity Fair U.K. for eight years. Arsenault has written for Vanity Fair, Vogue U.K., Travel+Leisure, House & Garden, and Departures.

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Denée Benton The Broadway star goes back to her TV roots with Julian Fellowes’s The Gilded Age

Bethany Antonia At just 24, the British actress is starring in some of TV’s most watched shows

Tye Sheridan The 25-year-old stars opposite Ben Affleck in George Clooney’s coming-of-age film, The Tender Bar

High Rollers A new coffee-table book pays homage to the hottest roller disco of 1980s West Hollywood: Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace

Matthias Schweighöfer The German actor, who grew up behind the Iron Curtain, discovered Western cinema when the Berlin Wall fell

Conversations with Friends The River Cafe’s Ruthie Rogers brings her recipes—and patrons—to life on a new podcast

Honor Titus Rather than go to art school, the musician turned painter apprenticed with his idols. Now he’s Frieze’s brightest star

Phillipa Soo She originated the role of Eliza Hamilton in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway hit. Now the American actress is branching out

Isaac Benigson The British artist’s colorful work made it to London’s Royal Academy of Arts before he graduated from high school

Nana Mensah The Ghanaian-American screenwriter, filmmaker, and actress is adding humor to the African-immigrant experience

Billy Howle
Alongside The Crown’s Josh O’Connor and Normal People’s Paul Mescal, the actor leads a new generation of self-made stars

Christine Ko The Asian-American actress hails from film royalty, but when it comes to her own career, she’s figuring it out on her own

Shamier Anderson The actor toughed it out in L.A. until he got his big break. Now he’s giving back with a nonprofit that encourages aspiring actors in Toronto’s inner city

Bad Education A flood of student allegations, ranging from endemic sexism to rape, is roiling the English school system