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Read IN BED: Crudo

Outside the water in the pool was green and the balconies were luxuriant as usual, draped in foliage, bright with geraniums, maybe also begonias.

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Read IN BED: Dress Scandinavian by Pernille Teisbaek

“More than anything, our strength lies in being able to create a look that is timeless without being boring, where we ...

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Read IN BED: Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud

“If you were born in 1991 you’ve never known a time when pregnancy wasn’t performed in public. 1991 was the year ...

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Read IN BED: Coming to my Senses by Alice Waters

It’s when I take the ingredients home, unpack them from my basket, and spread them out on the table in my kitchen – ...

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Read IN BED: Feel Free

“When I was eight years old my family moved out of a council estate and into what seemed to me a mansion. From the ...

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Read IN BED: Feel Free

“When I was eight years old my family moved out of a council estate and into what seemed to me a mansion. From the ...

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Read IN BED: Lullaby

Lullaby is a slim novel that you can tear through in a frenzied afternoon, with a roster of iced coffees by your side.

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Read IN BED: The Answers

This book stays with you long after you read it. It has the air of dystopian fiction – anything with an experiment at the centre of its plot will veer that way – but eerily is placed in the here and now.

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Read IN BED: Inside Vogue

“I have a moment of pure pleasure at being in Milan in the rush at a coffee bar, waiting for my macchiato. The baristas’ performance, as they reach for the white china cups while manipulating nozzles of steam into the milk and shouting across the counter, is almost balletic.” - Alexandra Shulman, In Vogue

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Read IN BED: Call Me By Your Name

Did you really go to the beach this summer if you didn’t have Call Me By Your Name in your cotton string bag, alongside your Turkish towel and your bottle of water?

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Read IN BED: Island Summers

Endless days spent diving into cool, sparkling water, eating what seems to be a never-ending bounty of seafood dinners supplemented sparkling elderflower drinks, afternoons lazily rowing boats up and down the shoreline foraging for wild raspberries to be sandwiched between two thick slices of sukkerkake and lashings of whipped cream.

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Read IN BED: The Party

“The rich do parties better than the rest of us. It’s not just the money or the every catered-for whim or the superiority of the alcohol and food. It’s a certain unquantifiable atmosphere that comes from other people’s excitement. We are turned on by wealth, us lesser mortals. We don’t want to be and yet we are.”

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