The Sydney-based editor-in-chief of design magazine Belle is a judge on award-winning Australian reality series The Block.
The iconic store's fashion director Paula is the former style director of Grazia magazine, and a regular TV fashion pundit.
Street-fashion photographer and founder of The Sartorialist, Scott's work has featured in titles from GQ to Vogue Italia.
The consummate showgirl has dazzled audiences worldwide with her burlesque act, documentary and novels.
Influential author, illustrator and photographer Garance is a pioneer in the style blogosphere, and a Vogue columnist.
President of luxe lingerie brand Kiki de Montparnasse, Kama's previous stints include posts at Gap, DKNY and Diesel.
With 20 years' industry experience, hospitality expert and lifestyle editor Ben is behind some of the world's finest hotel bars.
This cocktail maestro, menu consultant and pioneering drinks creator has been shaking things up at London's best bars for 12 years.
US-born drinks historian, author and Mixellany Books publisher Jared is master distiller at hand-crafted spirits brand Sipsmith.
One of Mr & Mrs Smith's founder editors, food and travel journalist Sophie is also contributing editor at Harper's Bazaar.
Chef and restaurateur with 20 years of experience, now owner of two-Michelin-starred Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley and the British brasserie and bar, The Gilbert Scott.
Crown Group founding partner John is behind Crown, Bill's and the Lion in NYC, plus London's Red House.
Hugely respected in the industry, Harper's Bazaar beauty director-at-large Newby is also editorial director at feelunique.com.
Sydney-based editor of The Australian's Travel & Indulgence section Susan is also a radio presenter and bestselling author.
Product guru Matthew Malin and design aficionado Andrew Goetz are co-founders of the respected NY apothecary brand.
Oxfam Global Ambassador Livia is also co-founder and creative director of Eco-Age, a sustainability consultancy.
Producer, investor and new-media entrepreneur Chris is co-founder of the marine conservation charity Blue.
Sustainability-focused designer Lily heads up interdisciplinary practice Lily Jencks Architecture + Landscape.
Writer, presenter, critic and mother of two Mariella shares her considerable intelligence in print, on screen and on air.
Publishing aficionado and family-travel specialist Maria is an editorial director, writer and mother.
Designer and creative director of the hip NY accessories label, Jessie is also busy with her boys: twins and a toddler.
Vintage pioneer, designer and co-founder of cult label Red or Dead, Wayne's speciality is affordable, social design.
The husband and wife duo are director and head of marketing (respectively) of the eclectic British interiors emporium.
I Quit Sugar author, blogger and TV presenter Sarah is also former editor of Cosmopolitan and MasterChef Australia host.
Explorer, blogger, photographer, film-maker and author Alistair is a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.
Portrait photographer turned swimwear entrepreneur Adam grew a collection of tailored shorts into a global business.
Lifelong plant obsessive Dan transforms gardens regal (Althorp House) and radical (Tokachi Millennium Forest).
The restaurant impresario has co-created some of London's best-loved icons, such as the Ivy, J Sheekey and the Wolseley.
Former Daily Candy editor and prolific blogger Jeralyn is the stylish NYC-based co-creator and editorial director of travel website Fathom.
Founder fixer of Ibiza concierge company Deliciously Sorted and International Villas director Serena is also a Tatler columnist.
London-based design writer, columnist and curator Henrietta is Editor-at-large for the standard-setting lifestyle bible Wallpaper*.
DJ and music journalist Rob is creative director of an award-winning consultancy providing bespoke playlists for big brands.
Travel-events entrepreneur Serge is CEO and founder of Beyond Luxury, creators of the trade shows ILTM Cannes, LE Miami and We Are Africa.
Elle Deco launch editor, interiors industry legend and design guru Ilse has created some of the world's most iconic settings.
Editor of The Sunday Times Style magazine, journalist Tiffanie has also penned two novels (Marrow and Strapline).
Award-winning photographer and Woop Studios co-founder Harriet has visited more hotels than any other GoldSmith member.
The ever-entrepreneurial co-founder and CEO of Mr & Mrs Smith, James has steered the brand from insider hotel-guide publisher to wanderlust-whetting website and global boutique travel empire in one short decade.
What makes the perfect Smith hotel? 'It needs to feel effortless, but special. Somewhere you could live, but that offers more than you have at home – something that puts a smile on Mrs Smith's face…'
Combining travel expertise with technological know-how, co-founder, CTO and real-life Mrs Smith Tamara has converted the first collection of hip hideaways into what is now an award-winning travel portal and hotel-booking site.
What makes the perfect Smith hotel? 'It makes you feel special from the moment you walk into the lobby, and the rooms make you want to jump up and down on the bed with glee.'
Creator of Smith's original voice, globetrotting editor-in-chief and former NY resident Juliet has reviewed boutique retreats great and small, and shares her travel and interiors wisdom in the press, online and on TV.
What makes the perfect Smith hotel? 'Character and style; it's a stay you can't wait to recommend for its unique qualities, such as original interiors, bespoke bedlinen or custom-made cocktails.'
Former global publisher and director of the Lonely Planet group, Simon is an experienced travel-media entrepreneur. Based in our Melbourne office, he heads up Mr & Mrs Smith's Asia-Pacific activities.
What makes the perfect Smith hotel? 'A clever concierge, lighting to soothe the senses, and a comfy chair with a garden view to read in.'
NY-based head of curation Mary is most at home on the road. She's grown Smith’s award-winning global collection for seven years, uncovering stylish stays from Bajan beach shacks to regal Roman retreats.
What makes the perfect Smith hotel? 'Beds dressed to impress a Savile Row savant; and daydream-inducing meals on repeat… delivered by inspired, in-the-know, pretension-free personalities.'
Founder of hotel consultancy Suite DNA, Smith's former global head of hotel curation is probably the most qualified person to judge a great boutique stay: to date, Katy has visited more than 2,000 hotels.
What makes the perfect Smith hotel? 'A sense of place, a story, authenticity, passion, timeless interiors done in a simple way, luxurious details, and naturally good service.'