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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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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

Death of a Starlet


Lisa Lloyd

The British artist making intricate birds, butterflies, and flowers out of just two materials: paper and card

Oh, Hello: The P’dcast


Murder in Hollywoodland


Sophie Cookson

The British actress got her start in Kingsman when she was just 22. Her latest is a Mark Wahlberg–produced thriller

It’s a Sin


Together Together


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

Dead Pigs


Bad Education

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

Marisa Abela

The Industry star on changing the way we talk about women, sex, and careers

Vegetarian Dinner’s in the Oven: One-Pan Vegetarian & Vegan Recipes


Demián Bichir

The Mexican actor’s roles have ranged from Fidel Castro to one of Tarantino’s “Hateful Eight.” A trio of new films cements him as a master of variety

Vintage Streamline Kitchen Timer


Mads Mikkelsen

The Danish actor, who just took over Johnny Depp’s role in the Fantastic Beasts series, discusses his new film, Another Round, a darkly comic look at middle-aged restlessness

For the Record

Coinciding with the publication of the unredacted Chips Channon diaries, London’s Heywood Hill Bookshop hosts the volume’s editor, Simon Heffer, in conversation with British MP Michael Gove

Morfydd Clark

The young Welsh actress landed her breakout role as the star of Rose Glass’s debut thriller, Saint Maud. Next up: the new Lord of the Rings TV series