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An Interview With Berry Bros & Rudd’s Simon Berry

An Interview With Berry Bros & Rudd’s Simon Berry

  by Charlotte Jones

Simon Berry joined Berry Brothers & Rudd (BBR), Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchant, first established in 1698, in 1977. Before joining the family business he spent time in France working for the likes of Moët & Chandon in Champagne [...]

Tags: Oxford, An Interview With Chef, BBR, Berry Brothers & Rudd, chefs-corner, Christmas 2012, Eton, Living Christmas 2012, Vogue, wine, wine glasses, wine merchants
Joely Richardson shines at the 55th BFI LFF premiere of Anonymous

Joely Richardson shines at the 55th BFI LFF premiere of Anonymous

  by Lizzie Pyle

Joely Richardson looked stunning last night in Marchesa, joking with her co-star Rhys Ifans on the red carpet for Anonymous  - premiering at 55th BFI London Film Festival. They were joined by Twilight star Jamie Campbell Bower with his [...]

Tags: Oxford, author, Bonnie Wright, British people, Cinema of the United Kingdom, Edward de Vere, Entertainment/Culture, Human Interest, illierate actor, Jamie Campbell Bower, Joely Richardson, London Film Festival, news, Rafe, Rafe Spall, Rhys, Rhys Ifans, Roland Emmerich, the London Film Festival, Welsh people, William Shakespeare
Emma Watson Heads to Oxford

Emma Watson Heads to Oxford

  by Ally Pyle

Now that Harry Potter is finally finished, what is a girl to do? She already has fashion contracts, a ton of money so the next step for Emma Watson? Oxford University. Planning to complete her liberal arts degree, which she started at [...]

Tags: Oxford, actress, Emma Watson, Gossip, news, psst
LFW A/W11: Paul Smith

LFW A/W11: Paul Smith

  by Phoebe Frangoul

What should indie girls wear when they grow up? If Sir Paul Smith had his way, they would stride around confidently sporting cropped trousers in Prince of Wales check, sloppy mannish cardis, oversized boyfriend blazers and penny loafers. [...]

Tags: Oxford, Autumn/Winter, Human Interest, Left Bank Pictures, LFW, lfw aw11, LFW AW11 Show Report, librarian, Morrissey, news, Paul Smith, show report
Hunter & WaterAid Put the Boot into Glastonbury 2009

Hunter & WaterAid Put the Boot into Glastonbury 2009

  by Charlotte Jones

Hunter, founded in 1856 by an American entrepreneur who landed on Scottish soil in search of a home for his boot-making company, has unveiled the 2009 Hunter for WaterAid boot, created to raise awareness and funds for WaterAid, the [...]

Tags: Oxford, diseases, Drinking water, Elbow, entrepreneur, Glastonbury, Health, Hunter, hygiene education, international charity, James Blunt, Kelly Osbourne, Kings of Leon, KT Tunstall, legendary Hunter, Lily Allen, Lily Cole, Madagascar, natural rubber, Original Tall Hunter, Pyramid Stage, Sanitation, The Feeling, The Fratellis, Topshop, Water, WaterAid