July 2016

It’s the early morning when there is complete silence that Jasper Conran enjoys the most. “I sit outside, pour myself a cup of tea – several cups are very important for my levée – pick a fig and read.” Who can blame him? Sitting in the garden of his holiday home in the village of Lindos, on the island of Rhodes, Conran is surrounded by olive, fig, lemon and orange trees as well as a carpet of fragrant white gaura that he has recently planted. 




August 2015

WITHOUT DOING much more than sitting up in bed, Jasper Conran can take in the eastern coast of Rhodes and the whole of Lindos harbor from the window of his new house: the sailing yachts, the crescent beach pocked with white umbrellas and the finger of land across the bay that reaches out into the Aegean, terminating in the ancient Hellenic tomb of the Greek poet Cleobulus. 

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