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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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Class Act

Monkey Business

An idyllic new retreat with an intriguing history that’s only a short drive from London

Harry Wootliff

“It’s really refreshing when someone is interested in what’s going on in your brain”—the British TV-and-film director on her road toward making movies

Luke Edward Hall

The millennial artist incorporates history and a singular vision into his irresistible designs

America’s Next Top Model

Now in its 23rd year, this American city is ready for its close-up—as is its surprise builder!

The Not-So-Secret Garden

Luxury lovers and horticultural types will find plenty of reasons to flock to the Newt in Somerset

Josh O’Connor

Between seasons of The Crown, on which he plays Charles, the actor stars in Emma, in theaters now

Laura Wade

The young British playwright with an Olivier under her belt is just getting started

Haifaa Al Mansour

The Saudi filmmaker gives audiences a picture of life in her secretive, ultra-conservative home country

Freddie Garland

The young British florist delivering fresh, dazzling arrangements to all of the U.K.

Hot Priest

The young, handsome vicar charming the streets of London with Judy Collins’s “Amazing Grace”

Charlotte Philby

The granddaughter of Soviet spy Kim Philby is writing espionage novels from the woman’s point of view

Creature Comforts

James Herriot’s country vet returns to the small screen

Last Night I Dreamt I Saw Rebecca Again

Armie Hammer and Lily James revisit Daphne du Maurier’s gothic romance

Vick Hope

The rising star in British radio and television brings a focus on diversity and mental health

Art House

Following a four-year, $26-million renovation, West London’s newest arts center, Cromwell Place, is open for business

One for the Books

Heywood Hill, among the world’s most revered bookshops, is launching a somewhat unique literary prize

Noah Jupe

The star of this month’s The Undoing has six years of acting under his belt. For a 15-year-old, that’s saying a lot

To the Hills

Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn

In her first-ever screen role, the British actress stars in Steve McQueen’s Lovers Rock, the latest installment in his Small Axe series

Zeina Durra

With Luxor, the British filmmaker brings romance to the ruins of the Egyptian Pharaohs

Due West

Olivia Cooke

For the actress, who at 26 has already starred in Ready Player One, Modern Love, and Vanity Fair, the pandemic offered a much-needed re-start

Tuppence Middleton

In Mank, the vibrant British actress plays “Poor Sara,” the put-upon wife of Herman Mankiewicz