Hotel consultant, travel writer and longtime restaurant editor on Condé Nast’s Tatler magazine, London-born Jeremy Wayne began his professional career at age 6 when he invented a game called Restaurants, in which he would invariably “order” – and his mother would cook and serve – cheese on toast or scrambled eggs, which little Jeremy used to rate on a scale of 10. (He claims he was not precocious as a child). His articles have appeared in Condé Nast Traveller (UK) Food & Wine, The Guardian, The (London) Times and The Daily Telegraph. Jeremy currently divides his time between Westchester and London, UK.
The stubborn, recalcitrant, headstrong Rock of Gibraltar, a financial services center, has become a byword for something unchanging and dependable, somewhere that refuses to change regardless of fad, fashion or the prevailing wind – which is undoubtedly why the Prudential insurance company uses The Rock in its logo.
If success has taken Federico Cannata to Milan and the upper echelons of the fashion world and fashion photography – he has photographed the likes of Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Edie Campbell, as well as worked with Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci and Dolce & Gabbana among other big-name brands – his heart remains in Sicily.