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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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Bretagne by Chris Kontos

Bretagne by Chris Kontos

Before visiting Bretagne my only encounter with it was through the cinemascope love affairs of Eric Rohmer, shot somewhere in between Dinard and Saint Malo. It was a teenage dream visiting the Nord, the land of oysters and pig’s noses...
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The Alfini Pant

The Alfini Pant

Our Alfini pant is not your average jean, these pants are tailored with premium cotton selvedge denim woven in Japan.
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Kengo Kuma - A special report by Aya Sekine

Kengo Kuma - A special report by Aya Sekine

Walking around Minami Aoyama in Tokyo on a sunny winters day. I was drawn to the distinctive looking buildings designed by Kengo Kuma who is one of the leading contemporary architects in Japan.
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Vital Women; Bobbi Gibb

Vital Women; Bobbi Gibb

In light of it being International Women's day this week, we wanted to celebrate a truly vital woman who wasn't ready to accept defeat. Bobbi Gibb was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, in 1966, five years before women were...
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Unisex Utopia - Women & Shirts by Leanne Cloudsdale

Unisex Utopia - Women & Shirts by Leanne Cloudsdale

Mum always stood out from the others waiting at the school gates, she cut a lithe figure in Oxford bags, unruly hair twisted up like a brioche on the top of her head; it was such a contrast to the chattering mass of bubble perms in garish pencil skirts and scuffed stilettos.
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Senior Tokyo Style

Senior Tokyo Style

I have been travelling to Japan for over fifteen years now, one of my obsessions with Tokyo are the old men and their unconscious old school style. There is something special...
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