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Kiosk Magazine Feature

Kiosk Magazine Feature

Based on the ground floor of a Grade II listed building, the Studio Nicholson headquarters occupy a former Victorian coroner’s court in the heart of London. Flooded with sunlight thanks to magnificently sized windows...
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The White Plimsoll - Reassuringly Simple

The White Plimsoll - Reassuringly Simple

The footwear equivalent of calamine lotion, the lace-up white plimsoll has barely changed in the last fifty years. Comfortable and calm in equal measure, their beauty lies in their unwavering versatility – clean and simple, they really do go with everything. First developed as beachwear during the 1830s...
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The Silver Beast

The Silver Beast

You don’t need a car living in London, but I often wonder what I’d drive if the need arose. Balancing looks with reliability and affordability, answers are generally ‘modern classics’ from the 80s and 90s, usually German. But the obvious shouts seem, well… too obvious. More and more recently, my thoughts have turned to the Saab 900...
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Stockists Series: Kick Pleat, Houston

Stockists Series: Kick Pleat, Houston

Our stockists series continues with a feature on Kick Pleat’s brand new Houston store...
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Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi Campiglio

I have watched the film 'I am Love' directed by Luca Guadagnino so many times I've lost count. Tilda Swintons wardrobe is designed by Jil Sander is ultimately Milanese minimalist modernity at its best, but for me the real star of the film is the Villa Cecchi where most of the film is set...
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How To Get Dressed by Lena Dystant

How To Get Dressed by Lena Dystant

Summer is a tricky time for fans of multiple layers. With the past eight months spent carefully, scientifically combining shirts, sweaters, blazers, denim and various takes on nan-thermals, the switch in climate can be daunting. There is safety in wearing too much...
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The Barbican Conservatory

The Barbican Conservatory

The Barbican is internationally recognised as one of the most significant architectural achievements of the 20th century, yet many are unaware of the tropical conservatory that lies hidden away on the third floor...
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Ease And Flow

Ease And Flow

During the 80’s, minimalist designers like Armani and and Kenzo introduced the ‘Big Look’, which was based on one size garments. Kenzo in particular began blending Eastern and Western ideas and translating traditional Japanese style into contemporary designs...
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Villa Aalto - A Report by Aya Sekine

Villa Aalto - A Report by Aya Sekine

My earliest memory of seeing Aalto’s iconic STOOL60 was at the dining room of my parent’s house. Our grandparents lived with us and we often had guests, so extra chairs were always needed...
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The Shirt Dress - Feminine Utility by Leanne Cloudsdale

The Shirt Dress - Feminine Utility by Leanne Cloudsdale

The shirt dress first appeared in the late 1930s, but started to gain serious momentum with the emergence of Ration Fashion during World War II – a true utilitarian garment, they were sold to the female populations of the UK and USA in a range of government approved fabrics...
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Stockists Series: 1LDK, Tokyo

Stockists Series: 1LDK, Tokyo

A new series of features on our favourite stockists starts with 1LDK apartments in Nakameguro, Tokyo....
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We Do We Obsess Over Details?

We Do We Obsess Over Details?

Nick and Navaz Batliwalla, editor of Disneyrollergirl, discuss why the details are so important...

 

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