Editorials —

Campaign of the Month – December – Jimmy Choo —

Campaign of the Month – December – Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo is synonymous with luxury shoes and leather goods. The term, name-dropped  in hit shows more

 

Cover of the Month – November – The Room – issue 14 —

Cover of the Month – November – The Room – issue 14

It hasn’t taken The Room that long to establish itself as central Europe’s premier more

 

Editorial of the Month – November – La Fausse ingénue– Blanche – AW11 —

Editorial of the Month – November – La Fausse ingénue– Blanche – AW11

Once upon a time France seemed to offer very few fashion options more

 

Editorial of the Month – November – Instintos Pimarios – Calle 20 – issue 63 —

Editorial of the Month – November – Instintos Pimarios – Calle 20 – issue 63

The models of publishing have been undergoing rapid change in recent years. It’s clear that more

 

Editorial of the Month – November – 2020s – VMAN issue 24 — —

Editorial of the Month – November – 2020s – VMAN issue 24 —

Picking up on the eclectic historic references that have been a feature of fashion collections more

 

Campaign of the Month – November – Bottega Veneta —

Campaign of the Month – November – Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta is one of those brands that has been around for some time that suddenly more

 

Cover of the Month – October – AnOther – AW11 —

Cover of the Month – October – AnOther – AW11

The current issue of AnOther boasts a cover featuring the charismatic Oscar-winning actress more

 

Editorial of the Month – October – House of Dolls – Mixt(e) – FW11/12 —

Editorial of the Month – October – House of Dolls – Mixt(e) – FW11/12

The AW11 issue of stylish French fashion and culture magazine Mixt(e) carries Serge Leblon’s languidly sumptuous more

 

Editorial of the Month – October – J’adore Mabille!! – Peter, Tom & Dave – issue 8 —

Editorial of the Month – October – J’adore Mabille!! – Peter, Tom & Dave – issue 8

Recent years have seen a new type of men’s magazine springing up; a strange hybrid more

 

Editorial of the Month – October – Exstasis – Dazed & Confused – Oct 2011 —

Editorial of the Month – October – Exstasis – Dazed & Confused – Oct 2011

In what must surely be one of the most protracted anniversary celebrations more

 

We Like —

Paris, Texas —

Paris, Texas

The Dallas Museum of Art has just added fashion to its impeccable repertoire more

 

Liquid Lounge —

Liquid Lounge

Brodie Neill is an Australian furniture designer whose pedigree is truly international more

 

From Russia With Love —

From Russia With Love

Ekaterina Kukhareva seems to have a bit of a preoccupation with royalty more

 

Mixed Bag —

Mixed Bag

Longchamp is a much sought after heritage brand. But sometimes, heritage is not necessarily more

 

Smart Casual —

Smart Casual

Christopher Shannon is a menswear designer who hails from Liverpool more

 

Maison by Maison —

Maison by Maison

Maison Martin Margiela has captured a very particular following more

 

Some Bizarre —

Some Bizarre

Linnie McClarty came to jewellery via a fine art background more

 

Dinky Boots —

Dinky Boots

Kurt Geiger is arguably the UK’s first international designer shoe brand. Naturally it’s not that there are more

 

Tunnel Vision —

Tunnel Vision

Heliocosm is one of the growing number of organic cosmetic brands with an eye on more

 

Sneaking Back —

Sneaking Back

Globalisastion presents a real challenge to those who like a little exclusivity. Take trainers, or sneakers, if you will more

 

In Conversation with —

Billie Ray Martin —

Billie Ray Martin

No one who hears Billie Ray Martin’s smoky, commanding voice in full flight is unaffected, unimpressed or fails to enjoy the experience more

 

Leah Chalfen —

Leah Chalfen

Leah Chalfen is the Leah in Leah C. Couture Millinery, New York. Her headpieces and hats are known for their dramatic grandeur that harks back to an earlier era of headgear more

 

Martin C. de Waal —

Martin C. de Waal

Martin C. de Waal is an artist, dj, musician, club promoter, stylist, occasional media personality and icon in his spare time more

 

Romain Brau & Anna Kushnerova —

Romain Brau & Anna Kushnerova

Romain Brau and Anna Kushnerova are the dynamic characters behind the hottest new concept store to arrive in the compact fashion capital of Antwerp. In fact, the name, ‘ra’, is from the initials of their names. more

 

Fred Mann —

Fred Mann

Fred Mann has been around for quite some time. His early gallery offerings –both as a lone wolf and partner- were amongst the most innovative and memorable on London’s contemporary art scene way before the mainstreaming that followed the ‘Brit Art’ boom. more

 

Brigitte Stepputtis —

Brigitte Stepputtis

Brigitte Stepputtis is perhaps best known for her role as Head of Couture at Vivienne Westwood. But, in addition to her work at Britain ’s most influential designer for the last twenty years, Brigitte Stepputtis has pursued her parallel personal interests in art. more

 

Ellen Allien —

Ellen Allien

Ellen Allien is the Queen of Techno. In addition to her international profile as a top dj, she is also know for her captaincy of her Bpitch Control record label that is as closely associated with Berlin as the famous Berliner Fernsehturm, that landmark bulbous tower, itself only a few minutes walk from Bpitch’s HQ.

So, it’s not exactly an expected course of action that she would turn her hand to producing a niche clothing collection, more

 

Claire Ginzler —

Claire Ginzler

Claire Ginzler is the Fashion Director of On|Off, London Fashion Week’s independent fashion showcase that has come to play an increasingly important role within the London fashion Calendar.

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Francois Nars —

Francois Nars

Francois Nars is the celebrity make-up artist to celebrities. With his exclusive and highly specialised range of make-up products being sought by the world’s top stores more

 

Emma Dexter —

Emma Dexter

Emma Dexter is the British curator who, in 1995, curated a show entitled ‘Superstition’ of Luc Tuymans’ work at the ICA in London, a seminally important show in bringing his work to the attention of broader Anglophone art audiences. more