Slow Journalism

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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.

Garbo's Iconic New York Eyrie, Venice Reimagined in Glass and Riverford Organic's Burrata Feast

This week's Luminaries Magazine Spy is all about Garbo, the other-worldly glass creations of Venice's Micheluzzi Sisters and the perfect high summer organic recipe for Burrata from Riverford Organic

Murina - The Dazzling Coming of Age Seaside Film Noir Starring Gracija Filipovic

Murina, the Camera d'Or film debut by director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic is a shimmering, unsettling film debut that explores coming of age and male violence in Splash's dark sister writes arts journalist Alison Jane Reid.

Spy: Fantasy Fashion from The Arabian Nights, Wild Eve Spirit from Harris and Namibia in Rare Desert Spring

Luminaries Magazine Spy News - Namibia's spectacular desert spring, Wild Eve botanical spirit, handcrafted on the Isle of Harris and Marianna Deri's opulent, fantasy Arabian Nights slow fashion.

Ashley Park - The Broadway Songbird Putting on the Pizzazz in Emily in Paris!

Ashley Park is the talented songbird and actress in Emily in Paris enthralling audiences with a dash of Broadway meets Cabaret stellar stardust writes arts and fashion journalist Alison Jane Reid.

Regent Street - My Eternal Love Affair with the Mile of Style

Emily in Paris might have Place de L'Estrapade, Our Editor, Alison Jane will always have Regent Street, London's Mile of Style. The place to shop, fall in love, graze on delicious food and people watch in glittering style.

Marcelle LeBlanc, Winnie the Pooh and a Tale of Two John-Boys

Actor Marcelle LeBlanc talks to arts journalist Alison Jane Reid about working with two John-Boys, Logan Shroyer and Richard Thomas in The Walton's Homecoming. How hard can it be to say goodbye asked Winnie the Pooh?
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