I am incredibly proud of my daughter Alice, who has just launched her first book: One Gun Ranch, Malibu: Biodynamic Recipes for Vibrant Living. The beautiful book tells the story behind One Gun Ranch – the biodynamic farm founded by Alice in Malibu in 2008 – and shares Alice’s passion for biodynamic farming, eating and living.
This Spring, Rita shall be joining us at the farm for a special interior design workshop on Thursday 27th April. During the day Rita will guide you through a range of design aspects in the home, covering furniture layouts and mixing furniture and upholstery, followed by entertaining at home, buying china and glass, colour, wallpaper and picture hanging.
Starting the day with meditation and yoga is one of the best ways to clear the mind and prepare for the day ahead. When I can, I see our resident yoga master Vettri Selvan.
Practicing yoga with your child can held create a wonderful bond and is a great way to stretch the body and calm the mind of young and old alike.
Nicki Jackson is a fantastic mindfulness teacher, whose workshops can help you lead a calmer, more peaceful life.
Willow Crossley is a floral stylist whose wild, natural style I really like. Shying away from formal, neat displays, Willow’s creations include lots of foliage, branches and wild flowers in jam jars.
Over the years, I have formed a close and special working relationship with architect Spencer Fung.
Lucy Auge is a young botanical artist whose delicate ink paintings explore the subtle differences of shapes and patterns found in the plants.
Summer is drawing to an end and we are now approaching the Autumn Equinox.
Donna Hay is someone who I have long admired for her clean, fresh style and honest approach to natural, delicious food.
This September sees the return of Organic September – the Soil Association’s annual celebration of all things organic.
A former monk and long-term peace and environment activist, Satish Kumar has been quietly setting the global agenda for change over the last 50 years.