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Bespoke Black Book partners with the Eluxe Awards


Eluxe Magazine and The Bespoke Black Book are proud to announce that nominations are open for the second annual Eluxe Awards.

The Eluxe Awards honours the excellence of luxury brands striving to achieve ethical and ecological standards.

The winners will be selected by a fair and objective judging process, and will be announced at a gala cocktail event on November 14th at the fabulous Archer Street in Soho, London.

Judges for this year include top vegan vlogger Kristen Leo; designer Andrea Brocca; Bespoke Black Book Editor Lady Charlotte Lynham; TV Presenter Vanessa Bealey; Top model and influencer Daniela Christansson, My Organic Hunter founder David McGlynn, organic beauty blogger Britanie Faith and Eluxe Magazine Editor Chere Di Boscio.

The Eluxe Awards are the first of their kind, honouring excellence in sustainable luxury across many categories. The 2018 Awards will introduce new categories, including eco travel, organic food and drink, slow luxury (judged by The Bespoke Black Book) and a People’s Choice selection.

Lady Charlotte Lynham, Editor in Chief of The Bespoke Black Book said: “Slow luxury is a growing part of our coverage. I’m honoured to have been selected to choose the winner in this category.”

Eluxe Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Chere Di Boscio, says: “The Awards were such a success the first time round, I’m delighted to expand the categories to allow more sustainable luxury brands to gain the recognition they deserve.

Early bird nominations cost £75 per category, and include a badge for shortlisted brands and an invitation to the Archer Street event. After October 1st, nominations will cost £125. Brands can nominate themselves for up to 5 categories until November 5th where upon nominations close.

To nominate a brand please see online.



  • Lady Charlotte Lynham

    Lady Charlotte was born into a world of luxury; brought up in the treasure troves of the National Gallery she later went on to work for some of the most prestigious luxury houses in the world including LVMH and Christies. A self-confessed Francophile, her signature tipple being champagne, she is rarely seen without a glass (or bottle). As an international Lady of mystery she jets from continent to continent sipping cocktails and, BRICS in tow, refuses to travel anything but 1st Class. Lady Charlotte is also an avid skier, horse rider and adventure seeker.

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