January 15, 2018
By TRACEY MINKIN
Forever in style, this rugged private island thick with scrub and dotted with palm trees and exuberantly designed villas remains a treasured getaway for the rich, the royals, and the rest of us who have caught on to its (literally) barefoot-chic style. It’s been 59 years since Lord Glenconner, Colin Tennant, purchased the island with dreams of cultivating cotton, but what has ensued is a different breed of cultivation. All it took was gifting a lot to Princess Margaret in 1960, and a cult destination was born.
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