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Culture 28.09.2018

The House that Phoebe Built

Phoebe Philo’s departure from LVMH owned Céline was bound to happen – ultimately, there was no way around it. The occasional breadcrumbs Mrs Philo’s would feed the press simply backed...
Fashion 23.02.2018

When fashion matters : Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

Raf Simons has since the beginning of his tenure at Calvin Klein expressed the desire to herald for the return of American spirit on the catwalk...
Design 20.01.2018

Max Bill: best kept secret of European modernism

Swiss-born architect Max Bill is perhaps one of the best-kept secrets of European modernism. As somebody who studied at Bauhaus under the teaching tenure of Klee and Kandinsky, ...
Art+Photography 07.02.2018

3 Visually Engaging Cookbooks

Books as delicious on the eyes as they are on the palate...
Art+Photography 05.02.2018

IRVING PENN: A CURIOUS EYE

A modern master, Irving Penn possessed a rare gift in his ability to capture the soul of both people and objects in a stunningly graphic way. Perhaps best known for...
Living 29.01.2018

INTERIOR MONDAY: ASH SAUNDERS

Our Favoruite people, their abodes and their interior wishlist. What more can we say...
video 27.01.2018

WATCH: SCINTILLATION

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Fashion 27.02.2018

THE REVIVAL: HIGH WAISTED PANTS

Although originally regarded as scandalous to even be considered as attire for women, pants swiftly became a symbol for many females striving for equal rights – the first of which...
Fashion 25.09.2018

BORROW FROM THE BOYS

There’s a certain nonchalance about borrowing from the boys, the timeless effortlessness of donning a suit a la Annie Hall. However it has become more and more apparent that women...
dada
Art+Photography 19.03.2017

Dadiast shortfilmes

As the exhibition devoted to Francis Picabia, father of Dada, comes to an end we take a look at small collection of short films celebrating the absurd and the irreverent...
Culture 24.01.2018

THE WAY WE SHOP

...was it the customer’s demand that heralded for continuous ‘newness’ and or was it the retail sector that opened Pandora’s box?...