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London Design Week Preview 2016

London Design Week Preview 2016

Thirteen years in, the London Design Festival returns just in time to banish post-summer boredom. A busy calendar showcasing big names and up and coming talent across 8 days of installations, workshops, exhibitions and pop-ups, the event spans all corners of the city with a little something to satisfy every design persuasion...
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The Trench - Uniform For The City by Leanne Cloudsdale

The Trench - Uniform For The City by Leanne Cloudsdale

When we think about garments that work, of wardrobe classics that never seem to veer off track, then the trench coat is most definitely a significant player. Timeless and sophisticated, it suits everyone – regardless of shape or size, which is hardly surprising, given its origins...
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Tate Modern Switch House - A special report by Aya Sekine

Tate Modern Switch House - A special report by Aya Sekine

Architects Herzog & Meuron were responsible for the original Tate Modern reconstruction at the turn of the millennium, and a natural choice for the Switch House extension which opened in June. Their portfolio also includes the Prada store in Tokyo and The Bird’s Nest stadium built for the Beijing Olympics (a collaboration with Chinese artist Ai Weiwei)...
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The Balloon Pant; Game Changers and Shape Shifters

The Balloon Pant; Game Changers and Shape Shifters

The fastest selling product for Studio Nicholson has always been the pant, it's where each collection begins and ends. From the PF16 collection our Balloon Pant is a perfectly crafted game changer...
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Stockist Series: Totokaelo

Stockist Series: Totokaelo

Owner and founder Jill Wenger opened her first women’s store in Seattle, 2008 before expanding into menswear and creating sister brand Totokaelo Art-Object – art, objects, furniture, textiles. After moving e-commerce operations to New York, a second retail location in the city was a natural progression for a company with such high ambition...
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Etel Adnan At The Serpentine

Etel Adnan At The Serpentine

Etel Adnan’s The Weight Of The World, currently showing at The Serpentine is the Lebanese artists first solo exhibition in a UK public institution. Showing work from across her career including paintings, drawings, poetry, film and tapestry...
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Don't Look Now

Don't Look Now

Don't Look Now, a film directed by Nicholas Roeg (Performance, The Witches etc) is at the top of the pile for me in the seventies twisted and stylish thrillers category...
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Noguchi Museum by Lena Dystant

Noguchi Museum by Lena Dystant

Finding some space and a little quiet in noisy, non-stop New York is no easy task. It is a concentrated mass of fast moving people, slow moving tourists, too many cars, weird smells, loud talkers and not an inch left untouched...
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Athens by Chris Kontos

Athens by Chris Kontos

They say that your past is sometimes a heavy burden to carry. For a city like Athens, with an overwhelming presence in human history, that burden can sometimes be too much...
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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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