It both reflects and defines the New Establishment — celebrating people of style and accomplishment — as well as the very best of British culture.
Drawing on the rich legacy of the past — Town & Country was the first magazine to publish Evelyn Waugh’s ‘Brideshead Revisited’, along with covers by Man Ray and Salvador Dali — the British edition is commissioning leading writers, photographers and artists.
It aims to be the most trusted source of privileged information, expressed with taste, elegance, and wit. Like the US edition, it offers a sophisticated mix of fashion, beauty, food, wine, art, gardens, property, philanthropy, travel and stories about outstanding individuals and intriguing institutions. It is also an acute observer of the broader social landscape, casting an eye on the lives of the affluent and powerful in a way that reveals surprising truths about us all.