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The Cult Of The Trouser

The Cult Of The Trouser

An interview with Nick, by Ellie Hay at Patter...
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Tokyo Spring

Tokyo Spring

A spring shoot in Tokyo by Aya Sekine...
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Do you have something to say?

Do you have something to say?

We're always looking for feature writers and contributors... If you have an idea for a story (or two), we'd love to hear from you...
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AC X SN Collaboration Bag

AC X SN Collaboration Bag

A collaboration bag with Ally Capellino was a natural choice for us, being that we are close neighbours and friends. Capellino leathers, metals and construction are stripped back to reveal Nick’s usual minimal, and precise design...
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Modular Thinking: Kisho Kurokawa

Modular Thinking: Kisho Kurokawa

Kisho Kurokawa’s vision of postwar Japan was both modern and sustainable.After studying under Kenzo Tange at the University Of Tokyo, he and a few colleagues founded the Metabolist Movement in 1960. They largely followed the ‘megastructure’ form that was gaining popularity with architects and planners at the time, sharing the belief that megastructures should be modular...
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Tidy Tops and Baggy Pants

Tidy Tops and Baggy Pants

A tidy top and a baggy pant is a silhouette that I get on well with. I was a keen skater girl (by way of wardrobe, not activity) in the late 90’s, where I would layer tight Hysteric Glamour tee shirts with a Carhartt work pant drawn in with an Airforce style belt. It remains a compelling silhouette...
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Hauser & Wirth, Somerset by Aya Sekine

Hauser & Wirth, Somerset by Aya Sekine

Having wanted to visit Hauser & Wirth Somerset for quite some time, I finally made the trip to Durslade Farm on a fine autumnal day back in November. The 18th century farm has been fully renovated to house gallery spaces, a bar and restaurant and guestrooms. It also features an award-winning garden...
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Introducing Menswear

Introducing Menswear

As I started to develop our first menswear line and the year progressed, the context of the design process changed as many of my references, such as Bowie, were starting to disappear. I felt like my youth and the subcultures I grew up with, my inspirations, were slipping away and I got incredibly nostalgic...
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September In Paris by Chris Kontos

September In Paris by Chris Kontos

I spent the last days of September in Paris, promoting the new issue of Kennedy. I stayed once more in the small Parisian apartment of a good friend in the Marais. The sun was sneaking through the big windows every morning up on to my futon bed and my weary eyes. Armed with a baguette with ham and cheese that I ordered with an accent that embarrasses me most of the time, I take to the streets of Paris...
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The Ulm Model by Lena Dystant

The Ulm Model by Lena Dystant

For its latest exhibition, East London gallery Raven Row tells the fascinating story of Germany’s pioneering Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm - Ulm School of Design - through a series of beautifully minimal products...
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Alex Hartley At The Victoria Miro Gallery

Alex Hartley At The Victoria Miro Gallery

Alex Hartley is an internationally recognised British contemporary artist known for his spectacular shows. For Hypothermia in 2012, he looped a three-hour video recording of his own core body temperature dropping below 35℃. His Nowhereland project the same year took an iceberg on a 500-mile journey...
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AW16 by Stella Berkofsky

AW16 by Stella Berkofsky

For a long time photographer Stella Berkofsky and I have talked about working together, finally the opportunity arose and schedules synched in September this year on a beautiful bright day in Paris during Fashion week...
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