‘The Gentlewoman’, ‘Wonderground’, ‘Neptune’
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3 April 2021
We speak to the editor in chief of ‘The Gentlewoman’, Penny Martin, about its latest issue featuring actress Scarlett Johansson on the cover. Plus, we look at two brand-new titles, ‘Wonderground’, a biannual title dedicated to nature writing, and Paris-based interior and lifestyle magazine ‘Neptune’.
3 April 2021
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