Welcome to the July issue in which we’ve come over all veggie and vegan. Having noticed a huge increase in the number of veggie and vegan restaurants around and also finding lots of my friends are adopting the lifestyle, I decided it was time to find out more. We’ve got facts and figures, a handy guide from well-known Facebook vegan Louise O’Loan on great places to find vegan food, and some top supermarket picks too.
In the interview section we meet Sonia Nagi, who stopped eating meat after visiting a slaughter house at the age of 12, and the Middleton sisters, Phoebe and Sophie, who are determined to make healthier sweeties with raw chocolate.
We also chat to Julia Maria Tovey, chief operating officer at the American Mission Hospital, about getting to the top in a trditionally male-dominated field.
Sticking with the veggie/vegan theme, this month’s wellbeing section takes a look at the ugly side of the beauty business and Behnaz Sanjana comes up with some homemade potions to help you kick the beauty counter habit. And in the travel section, we head to some of the USA’s most veggie-friendly cities.
Travel continues as a theme in the fashion section with great ideas for packing a capsule wardrobe and the editor’s choice page this month features a round-up of the best luggage around – I am serioulsy lusting after the vintage Globe Trotter!
Alongside our usual round-up of news from the worlds of fashion and beauty, look out for celebrity hairdresser tips on avoiding hat hair throughout the summer.
And, if you have little ones, turn to the parenting section for our massive guide to the island’s summer camps, with 40 options to choose from, as well as a selection of online courses which will also keep the youngsters entertained.
However you’re spending your summer, I hope it’s a good one!