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The new global fashion hotlist

From bespoke tailoring in Tokyo to the world’s most coveted T-shirt in San Francisco, Andy Morris investigates the people and places you need to know if you really want to stand out sartorially

Seven of the most curious places to eat in Scotland

From Michelin-starred haute cuisine to award-winning fish and chips, Philip Wilson tucks in to some of the quirkiest dining experiences in Scotland

Scotland: The Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire

Once described as the Riviera of the Highlands, this five-star pile offers old-style grandeur in abundance but with plenty of contemporary twists, says Philip Wilson

Pilot Q&A: First Officer Joel Garabedian, A320 fleet

First Officer Joel Garabedian on how fate led him to pursue a career in flying

Ten of the best wild swims

From secluded Icelandic pools to underground swimming holes in Mexico, Kate Rew, director of the Outdoor Swimming Society, picks her ultimate spots for wild swimming

A foodie guide to Glasgow

Forget the clichés about deep-fried Mars Bars. Glasgow’s foodie credentials are on the rise, thanks to eclectic street food restaurants, experimental breweries and local chefs reinventing Scottish classics. Alice Tate scopes out the best places to cram into a weekend for any hungry (or thirsty) visitor

Scotland: Hotel du Vin, St Andrews

She’s no Tiger Woods, so Katie Gatens is relieved to discover there’s more to St Andrews than golf as she cosies up at this boutique hotel on the Scottish coast

The best UK music festivals for 2015

Whether it’s heavy beats at a rave ‘til dawn, Michelin-starred grub or fantastic folk talent that you’re looking for this summer, Ianthe Butt has it covered. In no particular order...

UK: Cromlix, Perthshire, Scotland

Caroline Egan discovers ace service at Andy Murray’s country house hotel near his hometown of Dunblane — complete with a tennis court (of course) and a restaurant overseen by Albert Roux

Glasgow’s most iconic live music venues

As a UNESCO City of Music, Glasgow is rightly proud of its musical heritage — it is, after all, the city that gave the world Primal Scream, Belle & Sebastian and Franz Ferdinand. As ‘Dear Green Sounds’, a new book on its top music venues, is released, Svend Brown, the director of City of Music, picks five of his favourite

Six British breaks for the food obsessed

Elasticated trousers at the ready — from lobster safaris in Wales to cheese feasts in England’s West Country, Suzanne King reveals six indulgent weekend breaks that are perfect for culinary-minded travellers

The UK’s best shopping hubs

British style may be envied the world over, but it isn’t all about London when it comes to finding the best buys. Here are the stores in and beyond the capital that should be on every fashion-forward traveller’s list

Seven places to celebrate Burns Night around the UK

Hardeep Singh Kohli recommends the top seven destinations around the UK to mark the occasion

Six essential ingredients for a Scottish Hogmanay

Fire ceremonies, raucous sing songs and a freezing cold swim — welcome to Scotland’s own brand of New Year celebration

St Peter's Seminary: rising from the ruins

As the son of a celebrated architect, Saul Metzstein grew up with buildings. But many of the properties he loved — such as St Peter's Seminary near Glasgow — have been neglected and vandalised. Now there's a chance of this Modernist masterpiece being brought back to life

Glasgow's best bars and pubs

Hardeep Singh Kohli gives a guided tour of Glasgow's best watering holes

Glasgow's best restaurants

A Glasgow boy at heart, Hardeep Singh Kohli lists the best places to dine in the city — from new cuisine to best chippy and curry house

Glasgow: seven buildings to see

Glasgow boy Hardeep Singh Kohli gives his brief guide to the Scottish city's best buildings

Hardeep Singh Kohli goes back to Glasgow

As the city prepares to host the Commonwealth Games, Hardeep Singh Kohli goes home only to discover that his heart and soul never really left

Open-jaw travel: Edinburgh to Glasgow

Simon Calder gets a taste of spiritual Scotland, flying into Edinburgh airport and out from Glasgow

Glasgow: Park Inn by Radisson

Offering a soothing retreat in the heart of Glasgow, the Park Inn by Radisson is a no-nonsense hotel ideal for a short trip to Scotland's biggest city, says Kate Chambers

Six of the best city waterways

Some of the most picturesque and fascinating city rivers and waterways in the world

Weekend break: Glasgow

Emily Mathieson looks at the best places to sleep, eat and visit for post-industrial style in Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow