Arts Journalist Alison Jane Reid
Total 8 Posts
The Magic Review: The Crown Series 5, Enola Holmes, My Policeman, and Radio Memories of Horror, Honour, and Bravery from World War Two
The Luminaries Magic Film, Drama and Radio Review. This week, editor Alison Jane Reid reviews The Crown Series 5, Enola Holmes 2, My Policeman, and film and radio highlights not to be missed.
Marilyn Monroe, Eternally, Sustainably in Style
Marilyn Monroe is our eternal style icon this month, inspired by Alfred Eisenstaedt's iconic 1953 image of Marilyn at home dressed in snow white Capri pants and a simple black turtleneck. Now create the look with the pick of sustainable luxury fashion made to last.
ArdAzAei Takes the Paris Couture Catwalk to Mars, Persia and Sweden with Her Far Out, Radical, Seasonless Slow Fashion!
Ardazaei radical, organic couture makes its debut on the Paris catwalk and wants to take you to Mars with Elon Musk or to an earthly Persian paradise writes journalist Alison Jane Reid.
Escape! Giles Fuchs, Owner of Burgh Island Hotel, Agatha Christie's Favourite Art Deco Writing Haven On the Art of Slowing Down
Last Night I dreamt I was at Burgh Island again... Journalist Alison Jane Reid talks to Burgh Island Hotelier and entrepreneur Giles Fuchs on the arts of slowing down in the spirit of Agatha Christie
Luminary Interview: Frederic Gassita, Gabon's Classical Prince of Jazz Talks Mozart, Jazz and Football
Frederic Gassita, Gabon's celebrated classically trained jazz pianist, composer and producer talks to Luminaries editor, Alison Jane Reid, about all that jazz, football, recording with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and why he lives and breathes music and loves Mozart and Shumann.
Luminaries Spy: Talitha Getty's Boho Chic at Laura Biagiotti, Loewe Celebrates Craft and Frederic Gassita Mixes Cool Jazz and Bantu Culture at The Barbican
Arts journalist & slow luxury disciple, Alison Jane Reid, celebrates sumptuous, ways to slow down from Loewe's playful, inventive upcycled craft bag project to Laura Biagiotti's Roman, flower power, hippy chic and African jazz maestro Frederic Gassita at the Barbican.
Pissarro: Rebel, Genius and the Grandmaster Impressionist Who Made Nature a Sensation
Camille Pissarro is redefined not just as the rebel 'Impressionist' but rather as a rare, multi-talented genius who could draw and engrave as well as he painted in a major new film and exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum of his life and art writes journalist Alison Jane Reid.