Luxury magazine offers to cover the costs of its journalists’ accommodation
A luxury magazine in Scotland has said it will cover the cost of its reporters’ accommodation for the time being.
In a letter sent to the BBC News website, Scottish luxury magazine Lush has said that if the current budget doesn’t allow it to cover all the costs for the next 12 months, it will offer to cover them.
Lush has published a series of short articles and interviews with some of its top talent, including a series with actress Joanna Lumley, and an interview with Scottish tennis star Nick Kyrgios, who is now playing in China.
It has also commissioned the work of photographer Nick Fitch, who has taken photos of some of the most famous stars of the world, including Madonna, Leonardo DiCaprio and Taylor Swift.
Lumley has said the show, which features interviews with fashion models and celebrities, will continue for as long as it is funded.
The magazine is also considering whether it can make the trip to Scotland to meet some of Lush’s top talent to show them the ropes.
Luv Vibe has published short articles, interviews and photographs with some the most successful and successful women of the past and present, as well as some of their current and future clients.
In one of its short articles about Lush, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Joanna Langdon, said the magazine was “looking to expand its global reach”, and it was also exploring how it could be part of LUSH’s upcoming documentary.
Lush said it was not seeking any new funding for the project, but it was looking to expand into the wider world.”
The team here at Lush is extremely talented and have been doing a fantastic job for the past five years.”
Lush said it was not seeking any new funding for the project, but it was looking to expand into the wider world.
A spokesperson for the magazine said: The Lush team is very grateful for the warm welcome that they have received from the British media.
We are looking forward to continuing to showcase Lush and its clients in our coverage.