Only Mayfair’s artisans could provide the King of Tonga’s coronation uniforms but such uniqueness is not guaranteed says British Land panel. Alex Matchett reports
Now, obsessions are usually frowned on -- at least when they involve hiding round a corner trying to capture a potential life partner with a butterfly net -- but they're often passions by another name, and who can object to passion?
Walk through rooms which look like the inside of a jewellery box and get transported to the ‘land of the Maharajahs and their very bejewelled treasures’, says Josie Goodbody
From top sportsmen to high-flying executives, men are taking yoga more seriously, but it isn’t all about being ‘bendy’, says Spear’s wellness correspondent Jo Foley
Christopher Silvester on how the cotton industry shaped modern capitalism and Peter York on a daughter’s biography of one of the last upper-class eccentrics