The spring issue of SPHERE launches today!

Words by
Sphere Editors
Photography by
Abbey Lossing

8th April 2022

The latest edition of our quarterly magazine is now available to buy.

Our new issue of SPHERE is now available, in collaboration with illustrious partners Aston Martin, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, the Maddox Gallery and Rémy Cointreau. As spring emerges, captured beautifully on our bespoke cover by illustrator Abbey Lossing, we embrace a tide of newness, from rising artists and emerging jewellers to the latest property hotspots and the spirits to drink this season.

Top chef Tommy Banks shares a delicious recipe for miso madeleines, while Champagne Telmont teaches a masterclass in Champagne etiquette. We get a first look at the latest evolution of DBX, Aston Martin’s luxury SUV model, as the marque’s head of race strategy Bernadette Collins shares trackside insights. Maddox Gallery’s creative director Jay Rutland gives us his insights into collecting and curating, and we meet artist Ross Muir. Bringing some of the biggest names to the design spectrum this year is the WOW!house festival at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, which runs through June. With names such as Campbell-Rey and Rita Konig partnering with luxury interiors brands like Schumacher and GP & J Baker, it will be the ultimate stop for a total spring refresh of house and home.

Avril Groom takes a glowing look at the rising stars making their name in high-end jewellery, and Josh Sims reveals the fashion brands leading the charge in gender-neutral styles. An exclusive extract from new book London Explored reveals the capital’s hidden architectural gems, and Zoe Dare Hall identifies the hotspots outside London to invest in now. As ever, we bring you the latest in ethical gifting, nature-driven retreats, interiors, food, drink and travel.

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Aston Martin

Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

Maddox Gallery

Rémy Cointreau