PAPER VI

Meet Our Contributors

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David Annand

is a freelance editor and writer. He is a contributing editor to Conde Nast Traveller, and has been associate editor of GQ Style and Man About Town. He contributes to Mr and Mrs Smith and has written about all manner of things for the Telegraph, GQ, Literary Review and Time Out.

A surprising amount of songs have the word “wild” in the title. (horses, wind, hearts etc…)  Which one is your favourite, and why?

"Where the Wild Roses Grow. Because Nick Cave + Kylie = absolute perfection."

Charlotte Sinclair

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

A surprising amount of songs have the word “wild” in the title. (horses, wind, hearts etc…)  Which one is your favourite, and why?

"Wild Wood by Paul Weller, which reminds me of a hot summer as a teenager in the Surrey countryside, all those wasted days spent mooching about with girlfriends, talking about boys, not having enough money or a way to get anywhere interesting, and a particular shimmering sense of imminence you only have as a teenager when nothing is yet fixed."

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.

A surprising amount of songs have the word “wild” in the title. (horses, wind, hearts etc…)  Which one is your favourite, and why?

"Wild Thing. By the Troggs. Because ‘you make everything grooooovy’!"

Michalis Christodoulou

is a London-based fashion artist who creates stylish hand-drawn images for an extensive client list including Christian Dior Couture, D&G Beauty, Christie’s, Jean Paul Gaultier and Chanel Joaillerie.

A surprising amount of songs have the word “wild” in the title. (horses, wind, hearts etc…)  Which one is your favourite, and why?

"My favourite is ‘where the wild roses grow’, the duet between Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue. It is an incredibly beautiful song and, like so many favourite songs, it takes me back to some great moments and people."