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A New York Photo Diary by Jermaine Francis

A New York Photo Diary by Jermaine Francis

The work of London-based photographer Jermaine Francis concentrates on documenting the overlooked fleeting moments of everyday lives. He uses the camera as a vehicle for focussing on the contemporary narratives most of take for granted – capturing the beauty of the mundane, emotional and sometimes surreal junctures we mistakenly disregard as seemingly unimportant.  

In his New York City photo diary, he records candid snippets of bustling street-life, seen in the Big Apple a few months before the emergence of the Coronavirus. With the deserted atmosphere of lockdown in cities across the world, the vibrancy of his photographs are a welcome reverie, a cheerful, colour saturated snapshot of how we used to live.

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Lifelong Modularity - Documenting Hironobu-san By Leanne Cloudsdale

Lifelong Modularity - Documenting Hironobu-san By Leanne Cloudsdale

I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in thinking that growing old is a privilege. They say a society’s worth is measured by how it treats the elderly – so it stinks, to think of millions of pensioners, stuck indoors with only a cup-a-soup and mid-afternoon quiz shows for company. As a self-confessed appreciator of senior citizens, the photos taken by Kota of his grandfather Hironobu, are honestly some of the most joyful and beautiful images I’ve seen in years. They radiate life and the strength of being alive, with humour, wisdom and self-assured grace.

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The Workshop of Masanori Sonobe, Kyoto - by Nick Wakeman

The Workshop of Masanori Sonobe, Kyoto - by Nick Wakeman

September 2019, I had the pleasure of visiting the workshop of artist and printmaker Mr. Masonori Sonobe in Kyoto. Although we rarely introduce print to our collections, I specialised in printed textiles at Chelsea School of Art and printing techniques still fascinate me.

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Audio Insight From Nick Wakeman + Mission Magazine Podcast

Audio Insight From Nick Wakeman + Mission Magazine Podcast

Mission magazine invited Nick Wakeman, founder and creative director of Studio Nicholson, to speak about the foundations of the brand. The podcast gives a rare insight into Nick's time at the Chelsea School of Art in the early 1990s, her scientific approach to the design process and her lifelong obsession with fabric.

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A Deliberate Pace – The Origin of SNJP Sweatshirts

A Deliberate Pace – The Origin of SNJP Sweatshirts

For Loopwheeled fabric, it’s definitely a case of ‘slow and steady wins the race’. Speed of production is the virtue that most companies strive for – but in this case, a reluctance to digitise, enhance or accelerate the process is precisely what makes the product so sought after.

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Optical Illusions - The Durability of White Denim

Optical Illusions - The Durability of White Denim

Everyone knows that the best things in life involve risk – and none more so than a commitment to wearing white denim. Why let stain anxiety ruin the day? Just accept the wash & wear mentality and you’ll seen realise the rewards most definitely outweigh the grubby dangers. Nothing lights up the leg quadrant of a modular wardrobe like optic white.
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Summer 20 Collection - Shadow Science

Summer 20 Collection - Shadow Science

Taking inspiration from the work of mid-century abstract artist Victor Passmore, rich dark saturated hues form the basis for the Summer 20 collection, with optic whites taking more of an understated highlight role. Hot tomato reds, forest fern greens, burnt browns, blacks and midnight blues span the separates, signalling a sophisticated shift in our perception of dressing when the mercury hits double figures. 

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Acid Spring - Raven Smith Triumphs The Sorello Cashmere Knit

Acid Spring - Raven Smith Triumphs The Sorello Cashmere Knit

As a lifelong devotee of navy, I look positively dashing in my dependable merino knit but moments into my commute through London’s puddles the world feels flat as a pancake. I need a raising agent. I need a shot of acid to cut through this grey existence. And nothing says I’m ready for Spring like the Sorello knit in Acid. Behold, the cashmere / wool crew knit. 

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Maintaining The Status Quo – A Japanese Denim Reverie

Maintaining The Status Quo – A Japanese Denim Reverie

Everyone deserves to experience the world of raw Japanese red selvedge at some point in their lives. The essence of these garments lies in their inherent good value, their honesty and above all, the purity of the cloth. Be sure to wear it in all weathers until it feels like a second skin. Buying one box-fresh guarantees you’ll share the journey together – there’s a feeling of familiarity every time you wear it, a real sense of ownership. Good quality denim like this is engineered to last – simple, unisex pieces ergonomically designed to withstand the demands of modern living. 

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The Kyu Asakura House - by Lena Dystant

The Kyu Asakura House - by Lena Dystant

 

The demarcation between pavement and road in this city is subtle. There’s a softness, a gentleness about both that encourages you to step absent-mindedly between the two. Risk of being run-over aside, it makes the place all the more walkable
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Colour in Action - Building layers for a brand new season

Colour in Action - Building layers for a brand new season

 

In short, striding out in zesty separates is the perfect antidote to a dour political landscape. No wonder Timmy Mallet always looked so happy! For Resort 20, Studio Nicholson have taken cues from the industrial designs of Dieter Rams, who favoured the lesser known RAL 9002 (off-white to you and me) for the majority of his radios and audio equipment.
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Pick a Pant – The Studio Nicholson Trouser Inventory

Pick a Pant – The Studio Nicholson Trouser Inventory

 

For men who think big, Bushel is the best-selling men's style for volume. With the quintessential curved leg and neat pleats at the front, these bad boys offer the ultimate youthful freedom. Studio Nicholson founder, Nick Wakeman, clapped eyes on someone walking down a busy Tokyo street a few years ago, and never forgot the way he wore oversized (but perfectly executed) proportions. This fleeting glance influenced the resulting design and the wool Bushel pant was born.
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