240 x 340 mm, 274 pages. London, UK
People often ask for a "London" magazine in the shop, and there really isn't a single title that springs readily to mind (not in the way, for example, that NYC has The New Yorker). That said however, Luncheon is about as London as it gets — or at least one type of London.
It's a galaxy of artists, chefs and folks-about-town orbiting the publisher’s base in a converted Victorian school in East London, known as Rochelle, with names such as Margot Henderson, Charlie Porter, Maureen Paley and Jackson Boxer making regular appearances.
Editor-in-chief & Creative director: Frances von Hofmannsthal