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Jo Fairley

wrote about everything from Romanian orphans to sumo wrestling (and at one point had a ͚green column in The Times, called Ecosphere) before she found her calling writing about fragrance and beauty. For eight years she was Beauty Editor of YOU Magazine, and in 1996 launched the Beauty Bible with Sarah Stacey, which became the worlds bestselling series of beauty books, with a daily-updated website at Jo also co-founded Green & Blacks with her husband Craig Sams and remains a Chocolate Ambassador to the brand.

What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?

"Cuddled a cheetah in South Africa."

Charlotte Sinclair

is a London-based freelance writer and author, who regularly contributes to Vogue, the Financial Times and Conde Nast Traveller, amongst others.

What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?

"My father and I spent three weeks trekking the Annapurna Circuit in the Himalayas a few years ago – an adventure I’d love to repeat every year!."

Clemmie Fraser (nee Hambro)

started out as a freelance travel writer for Tatler, Country Life, The Evening Standard and Vanity Fair, before having too many children and converting to writing about gardening for The Lady and Gardenista.  She lives between London and Gloucestershire with her husband, four children and a weird number of pets.

What's the wildest thing you've ever done?

"Dropped out of life and took the children to live on a beach in the Bahamas for a year. It seemed pretty wild at the time... but it was possibly the sanest thing Ive ever done."

Selina Nwulu

is a Yorkshire born writer, poet and essayist whose work has featured in Vogue, ES Magazine, i-D and The Guardian. The Young Poet Laureate for London 2015-6, her first chapbook collection, The Secrets I Let Slip was published by Burning Eye Books in September 2015. She has toured internationally and appeared at numerous festivals including Glastonbury, Edinburgh Fringe and Fiery Tongues in Ruigoord, Holland.

What's the wildest thing you've ever done?

"I went to live on a French speaking tropical island called La Réunion, where I didn't know anyone. It is, to date, one of the most beautiful places I've lived in and one of the bravest things I've done."

Fiona Golfar

was Editor at Large of British Vogue for twenty-five years. She writes across a broad range of topics from celebrity to beauty and the arts.

What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?

"I stopped being wild."