Ruggero Raymo, CEO & Co-founder of Portofino Dry Gin, has always been passionate about sports, food, and travel. These passions, combined with a strong bond with Portofino and its traditions, led him to create Portofino Dry Gin. The values and mission of the company have been very inspired by the legacy of a Portofino icon: his grandfather, Klaus Pudel. This has resulted in a playful spirit with an unmistakable Mediterranean character.
In this month's Scent of Paper interview, we speak with Luke Adams, Editor-in-Chief of Standart Magazine (@standartmag), an award-winning print-only magazine dedicated to the beauty of coffee. Every issue is ram-packed with stories of some of the brightest minds in the world of coffee.
Meet Mr. Simon Berg (@simonberg1977) from Stockholm, Sweden. He is a serial entrepreneur, and he runs a college for manual therapists in Stockholm, sits on the board for a couple of different companies in Sweden and Norway, co-owns a tailoring house in Stockholm called Götrich and a bags and leather goods company called Baron.
Meet Mr. Harry Highton (@harryjamesh_) from London, Tailoring Consultant at Cad & The Dandy.
A Q&A with Vincent Roussel, Founder of lundi, a French brand committed to designing and producing bags and accessories that are both elegant and functional, while also being environmentally responsible.
In this month's Scent of Paper interview, we speak with Guerre 'Karl-Edwin Guerre' (@guerreisms), Founder and Editor-in-Chief of No Chaser, a print magazine and a global media brand celebrating visual arts, music, travel, and culture – All things related to style.
A Q&A with Giovanni Moro, Co-founder and Designer of UNIMATIC, an Italian watch brand that is transforming the watchmaking industry with their minimalist and functional approach to design.
Meet Mr. William Rothwell-Torres from San Francisco California, Client Advisor at San Francisco based suitmaker Tailors Keep.
Meet Mr. Tom Howard (@tr_howard) from Northamptonshire, United Kingdom, Founder and CEO of The Gentleman Racer Ltd - part of the Clubhouse 400 Group.
In this month's Scent of Paper, we speak with Chris Cotonou, the Deputy Editor of A Rabbit's Foot, a film journal founded by producer, writer, and filmmaker Charles Finch. Chris shares his background as a copywriter and journalist, how he came to work on A Rabbit's Foot, and talks about the magazine's mission to be a source of comfort and intellect for cinephiles around the world, with each issue featuring a diverse range of film directors and artists in conversation.