Topshop Unique Pool Sliders - £55   Etre Cecile Bad Ass Paris - £70
 
Le Paper Bag - £8.50   Tom Wood Oval Signet Ring - £240
 
Eames Chair with Chrome Base - £223   Kara Small Backpack - £340
 
Acne Studios Adriana Trainers - £300   Carin Wester Andira Coat - £242



Interview | It's all in the detail - Stills Atelier

We caught up with Stills' Head of Design, Korrie Vulkers to learn more about the Dutch luxury brand that's quietly making waves.

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An interview with V

We caught up the V's lovely founder and creative director, Laura Vann over some tea whilst admiring her vast stunning collections.

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We need to talk about Clarice

An interview with jewellery designer Clarice Price Thomas, who knows a thing or two about process and precision.

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Make a Hotel a Home

Less is more so it seems, time to inject some minimalism into your bedroom.

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Stories Illustrated

Can Graphic Novels Ever be for Grown-Ups? - The British Library Thinks So

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Here It Is

We discover our favourite new Italian, Obika Mozzarella bar.

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REALITY LAB. Issey Miyake

The Japanese fashion label opens a new boutique designed by Tokujin Yoshioka.

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Norway meets East London

New Nordic inspired restaurant and live music venue opens in Hackney Central.

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A Picture Worth A Thousand Words

Electric Cinema commissions Print Club's top illustrators to create limited edition prints for 2013's biggest films.

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This Charming Lady

Carven's Resort collection takes a Sixties Afrocentric route as Guillaume Henry is wooed by Mali's street style.

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Rachel Boston | The Beautiful and the Damned

We caught up with the jewellery designer in her studio to find out more about her self made brand.

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Anywhere, Anywhere Out of the World

Artist Philippe Parreno transforms the infamous Palais de Tokyo with his offbeat installations and audio visual masterpieces.

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Dreaming of (Black &) White Christmas

OTHER/shop and DARKROOM team up to bring a Monochrome themed Christmas pop up shop.

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Reclining into comfort

We look at the history of the classic recliner arm chair, from origins to modernised comfort.

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All Things Bright and Beautiful

Nail artist The Illustrated Nail teams up with scarf designer Charlotte Hudders to create some psychedelic prints.

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Buy. Wear. Sell. Share.

We get to grips with Vestiaire Collective, the only luxury resale store you ever need to know.

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Behind the Scenes with Merchant Archive

We interview the woman behind lifestyle boutique, Merchant Archive, Sophie Merchant.

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Handcrafted Customisation: OTHER Shop X Lee Jeans

OTHER collaborates with denim brand Lee Jeans to create a unisex collection hinting at Japanese workwear.

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Runway to wardrobe: M'oda 'Operandi

Online luxury pre-order retailer site launches Boutique and Punk collection.

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Luxury city guide: Berlin

Germany's capital has more to offer than street art and warehouse parties.

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Andrea Hasler | Burdens of Excess

Andrea Hasler's work is at once beautiful and disturbing, and her latest exhibition deconstructs luxury designer goods.

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Exclusive Interview with It Hugs Back

Matthew Simms of Kent band It Hugs Back talks about Sonic Youth, Wire and Portland, Oregon being a source of all sorts of weird stuff.

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This Orla that

We celebrate Ireland's "Queen of Prints", Orla Kiely.

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Industrial Sleepover

Antwerp's latest city abode, Sleeping Around comes in the form of industrial shipping containers.

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An Interview with Quill London

We re-live our geeky childhoods as we talk to the online stationery boutique's founder, Lucy Edmonds.

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Special Request magazine launches

New quarterly culture journal covers nearly every aspect of food for it's first issue.

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Our Latest Squeeze

We give you Coops, the new jewellery brand to grace it's stunning earring design and stripey branding at The Hackney Shop.

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The Illustrated Vice

The weird and quite frankly absurd 'punk zine' presents a collection of illustrations published in the last decade at Shoreditch's Pure Evil Gallery.

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Not Just A Florist

Anothermag.com showcases a film series highlighting some awesome craftspeople, launching with Kally Ellis, founder of leading British florist McQueens.

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Covent Gardent gets Moxham'd

South London jewellery label launches their first pop up shop in central London.

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A Den in the Dolomites

The Cavallino Bianco hotel is standing out for its friendly reputation and family-oriented hospitality.

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Is it Design or Art?

The Sculpture House launches online, presenting it's debut collection merging design and fine art.

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Golden Gallop

So this is what happens when you mix Edwardian figurines, countryside paintings with Smith/Grey's elaborately luxurious horse legged accessories.

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For Art's Sake

Don't fancy paying the 5-figure price tag for a piece of art. We give you Saatchi Online. You're welcome.

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No Frills Shopping

We pick our favourite designers from the uber user friendly site Zalando.co.uk.

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Uniqueness 2.01

Alessandra Facchinetti collaborates with Pinko for her third collection, inspired by her customers, Vietnam and Art Deco nonchalance.

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All aboard the Christopher Raeburn Plane

The British designer takes map printed parachute nylon to stratospheric levels. Literally.

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The Charm of Croatia

Romantic getaways. Festivals in the summer. Historic towns If you've not been, the Dalmatian Coast really has it all. Did we mention the beaches' infamous blue waters?

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Ansel Adams: Photographs from the Mountains to the Sea

American's most popular and influential photographer exhibits at London's National Martime Museum.

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Hugo Yoshikawa X Couverture and the Garbstore

West London boutique commissions French-Japanese illustrator for window displays, original artwork and 'head cubes'.

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Atoms For Peace's AMOK

We review the debut release of Thom Yorke's anticipated second 'solo' project.

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The Wapping Project presents PASSAGE

Jules Wright and Thomas Zanon-Larcher collaborate for an exhibition with a crime scene.

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Interview: Marina

We speak to Marina Guergova of the London based silk womenswear label, to find out more about her influences and her love of silk essentials.

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The Illustrated Nail arrives at Stunt Dolly Salon

London's nail art extraordinaire has a 2-day residency at Dalston hair salon.

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Shellac curates ATP Nightmare before Christmas

We cover the perennial winter ATP festival, curated for the second time by Shellac of North America. It was loud.

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An exclusive interview with Greatwaves' Oliver O.

We speak to MONEY labelmate Greatwaves about miso soup, DIY recording and what knives to bring to a fight.

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'Et Voila', Joe Cruz & YCN bring the magic

London based illustrator injects a modern twist into classical magic with his silk pocket squares.

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Get Your Geek On

3.1 Phillip Lim releases a limited edition comic to celebrate the neo-noir heroines of his AW12 collection.

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Hannah Waldron: Texture and Pattern

Saving wrapping paper suddenly makes sense thanks to Hannah Waldron's furoshikis.

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WigWamBam returns to the Queen of Hoxton

Back by popular demand, the giant teepee provides a great alternative to your usual Shoreditch boozer.

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Karoo Rising

Alexis Barrell's latest offering tells the tale of her childhood in Africa, cue botanical prints, silk trousers, slouchy leathers and track jackets.

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Instant - The Story of Polaroid

Forget Instagram and Hipstamatic, this book details the origin, mistakes and the success of the almighty Polaroid.

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Getting the Snip

If you like your visit to the salon to be more than just a haircut you should book yourself an appointment at the new Clapton branch of Blue Tit.

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Eley Kishimoto Gets In Shape

London's patron saints of print moves into the world of design and lifestyle as they collaborate with The Aram Store and Gallery.

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Not your average 'College Shop'

Catch the annual LCF pop up shop and bag yourself some gems from the 'ones to watch' of London's fashion scene.

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Street Smarts

Antipodium's winter offering, Vermin, is the collection of the outsider, the individual and the survivor.

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Exclusive Interview with Toy guitarist, Dominic O'Dair

Toy's debut album is more than just long-haired psychedelic jams of the Seventies, but is also a compelling blend of melody and mechanics.

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You Must Create

Take inspiration from YMC and create your hardest working winter wardrobe yet, where boy meets girl and function meets fashion.

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Jonny's Home Run

The master of print and colour, Jonathan Saunders triumphantly wins us over with a collection that looks good enough to eat.

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M O N E Y

We talk to Jamie Lee of hot Manchester band MONEY about being part of their self-coined 'new art'. Oh, and a bit about red wine and gin.

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Eight Decades of the Macallan

Renowned British Pop Artist Sir Peter Blake creates a retrospective limited edition art piece with whiskey brand.

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Black Lace & Secrets

Marios Schwab is leading the charge of ladylike glamour and his new collection will definitely leave you wanting more.

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Roksanda Turns to Androgyny

Known for her effortless chic aesthetic, the London designer plays it cool with masculine fabrics.

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Polly Morgan's Endless Plains

The British taxidermy artist's current exhibition was inspired by her recent visit to the Serengeti region of Africa.

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Ping Pong | East End Film Festival

Hugh Hartford's table tennis documentary tells the emotional story of the over-80's ping pong world champions.

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Keeping it in the Family

If you and your boyfriend do end up in the same outfit, make sure it's Sibling.

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Kotoko | East End Film Festival

Orrizonti Award winner for Best Film at the Venice Film Festival tests the endurance and the stomach of the audience as one of the most frightening non-horror films you are ever likely to see.

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Hannah Martin | Redefining Luxury

We speak to the jewellery designer as we take a peek into her Farringdon studio whilst marvelling at her label's sculptural creations.

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Cut | East End Film Festival

Amir Naderi's brutal ode to cinephilia is a film that riffs on ideas of originality and the death of cinema.

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Bloc.2012: Festival Fail Whale

What exactly happened at the much-hyped London electronica festival that resulted in masses of disappointed fans?

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Verano | East End Film Festival

The RichMix cinema kicks off the London film extravaganza with Jose Luis Torres' Verano.

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Getting the Cold Shoulder

British temperatures might not plummet to the depths Captain Scott faced on his infamous polar expedition but it is the inspiration behind Eudon Choi's latest collection.

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Tusting: Made in England

We spent a day having a good nosey round the leather luggage label's factory in Lavendon, Buckinghamshire.

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A Bloggers Yard Sale

We are taking part in Style Bubble's sale, selling designer/vintage/high street goods.

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No Shades of Gray

Scottish LFW favourite, Louise Gray's latest offering is a visual explosion that leaves the advocates of pretty pastels and flirty florals caught in the debris.

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We Heart La Sera aka Katy Goodman

Vivian Girls bassist follows her solo debut with a break-up pop album and talks about being mates with Tavi Gevinson, lolcats and Internet personas prior to her Copenhagen show.

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Interview | Grasscut: Journeys through electronic music

In the run up to Unearth, Grasscut's latest album release, we spoke to Andrew Phillips, one half of the London / Brighton duo, about how the band came to be, and their approach to making music. Surprisingly, we didn't talk much about lawnmowers, or any form of garden topiary.

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Tom Edwards: The Procession to Ćaute

Upcoming illustrator, Tom Edwards debuts his solo show at East End gallery and shop, Beach London.

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Are we in for a Long winter?

Acclaimed designer James Long has been making waves in menswear for a while now but is he about to make the big splash in womenswear too?

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Field Day 2012

With a reputation for putting on young emerging bands, Kerry Flint reports on one of the coolest festivals in London.

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Kinder Aggugini AW12

The Italian ex-punk designer mixes The Muppets and masculine fabrics to a surprising effect in his latest collection..

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Tales from the Dungeon: He Met Her Interview

Oliver Spall speaks to the Los Angeles pop duo on how the pair met at a diner, growing up in LA and recording their debut Crime Novella E.P.

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Dio Lau's Confession in Water

The Shoreditch gallery's current exhibition deals with existential themes and pursuing the notion of art.

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Copenhagen's Distortion Festival

Party hard this week with over 166 dance floors and street parties that fill the Danish capital city.

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Creating Dialogues around Moving Image

We spoke to Steven Cairins, Associate Curator of Artists' Moving Image at the ICA about last week's LUX / ICA Biennial of Moving Images.

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Unique Plays Tough For Fall

Topshop's in house label presents their strongest collection taking power dressing to a whole new level.

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Harvey Nichols' Secret Garden Party

London's fashion heavyweights collaborate with the department store to transform their restaurant terrace and cocktail menu.

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Molami's Wearable Sound

Wave farewell to ill-fitting techy headphones and say a stylish hello to what is probably to most luxurious sound accessory.

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Henrik Vibskov

The avant grade Dane releases his first book, presenting him as an artist, stage designer, musician and fashion designer.

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Exclusive Interview: Here We Go Magic

We talk to Peter Hale from Here We Go Magic on embarking on tour again and how it feels to have Radiohead as a fan.

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Barbican Architecture Tour

A photo documentary of the city's concrete estate and arts centre by film-photographer Joseph Piper.

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My Feelings Like You, We Like Gary Taxali

An exclusive interview with leading illustrator and image maker of the noughties, Gary Taxali.

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White Heat presents Sleep Party People, Tomorrow We Move To Hawaii & Ghost Eyes

Danish dream-poppers Sleep Party People play at Soho's popular indie night to celebrate new album release.

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Andy Wolf Puts On A Spectacle

We discover some unique handcrafted eyewear by the Austrian label, Andy Wolf.

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Bringing Crafty Back

Documentary film by Isabelle Dupuy-Chavanat and Frederic Laffont that telling the story of the artisans behind the Hermès Atelier.

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Easter Got All Grown Up

Who needs Easter eggs when you can have a whiskey cocktail and handmade chocolates, in an indoor garden built by designers Anna Garforth and Bobby Peterson.

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Design Research Studio x Morgans Hotels Group unveil Mondrian London

Tom Dixon and architectural design studio give the Sea Containers House a makeover to develop new hotel Mondrian London.

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Reece Jones: "Control Test"

London based artist presents his latest collection of charcoal process drawings at the Kings Cross gallery, All Visual Arts.

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Mother Of Pearl x Harrods' MoP SHoP

We speak to Head Designer Amy Powney about working with artists, the origins, and the future of this cult label.

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Pick Me Up Some Graphics

UK's first graphic arts fair, Pick Me Up returns to London's Somerset House.

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Ill Studio Puts Teh Internetz In Real Life

Parisien studio presents an exhibition inspired by web culture at KK Outlet.

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London Fashion Week: Leutton Postle

We delve into the world of London's up and coming knitwear label.

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London Fashion Week: Georgia Hardinge

We speak to the London designer about her art influenced collection.

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Test Presents 'Rita, Sue and Bob Too' by Peter Jensen

Danish fashion designer discusses with Test Presents how this British drama has influenced his work.

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CSM is Here To Stay

A personal reflection on the prestigious art college's move to Kings Cross by Louisa Lau.

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Recto/Verso by Stuart Ruel

The Book Club presents the British Illustrator's first solo exhibition of new work and unseen sketchbooks.

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There's No Place Like Home: Apartment 58

With more freelancers in London than ever, it comes as no surprise that entertainment entrepreneur Alan Grant has launched Apartment 58.

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Rabeanco lands in the UK

We'd not heard of bag label Rabeanco until recently, when we stumbled across the new flagship store in Covent Garden's busy Long Acre.

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London Fashion Week: Matthew Miller

We talk to the rising menswear designer about his QR code inspired collection.

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Amsterdam publisher presents: Archivo De Pivo

A self published book presenting it's authors travels through photography, design and writing.

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Song Dong: Waste Not

His first solo London exhibition, Song Dong installs the monumental work, Waste Not in The Curve, Barbican.

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Daniel Poole Presents: The New Curiosity Shop

We speak to 'DP' about his pop up utopia in Shoreditch where anything is possible and everything is for sale.

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London Fashion Week: Jayne Pierson

We talk to Jayne Pierson about her fashion film for her latest A/W 2012 collection, Modrun.

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London Fashion Week: Phoebe English

Merit Award Winner presents a whole lotta texture at her first solo show.

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Tomokazu Matsuyama Snow Globes

The Shop at The Standard Hotel, New York presents an exclusive limited-edition series by Tomokazu Matsuyama aka "Matsu".

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Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Work of Julien Vallee

If you've not heard of this Canadian creative, now's the time to get stuck into his new book. Trust us, you'll be addicted.

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Editioned Prints at Other Criteria Gallery

Damien Hirst's gallery launches group exhibition of new prints by Matthew Burrows, Adam Dix and Colin Glen.

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Lucian Freud Portraits

A trip to the National Portrait Gallery marks Anneka Wahlhaus' first foray into the thought-provoking world of realist painter Lucian Freud.

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In Detail meets Noemi Klein

Beanie and Harry of jewellery blog In Detail visit Noemi Klein's Hackney studio to interview the jewellery designer.

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David Longshaw & The World of Maude

We meet David Longshaw to discuss the world of his mousy muse, Maude.

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Interview: Moxham

We speak to Maddy about the importance of branding for her label and new pieces to coincide with London Fashion Week.

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Frame pops up in London Fields

Frame Shoreditch is launching their first ever pop up fitness studio.

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Richmix presents OLDNEWBORROWEDBLUE

The biggest wedding album in the world comes to life at our favourite east end cinema gallery.

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Interview: Draw In Light

We meet Harry, one half of Draw In Light, to talk about her womenswear label which specialises in hand silk screen printing.

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Londonewscastle presents Emma Richardson

Band Of Skulls vocalist and bassist, Emma Richardson presents her first solo exhibition to coincide with their second album, Sweet Sour.

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Peter Stitson For The Win

Exactly what it says in the title, we celebrate the work of graphic designer, Peter Stitson.

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Piers Secunda presents: 'Immortal Nature'

Chelsea College artist ventures into a Chinese military base to capture and replicate army bullet holes for new group exhibition in south London.

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L.A.'s Standard Hotel launches own Biergarten

Live in L.A.? Love beer and German sausages? Then you'll be pleased to know that The Standard hotel in Downtown LA is following the footsteps of it's New York branch, and opening The Biergarten on its rooftop.

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Guts For Garters presents 'Anatomy'

Cassie Beadle and Rachel Chudley from Guts for Garters have teamed up with The Cob Gallery to sell art, clothing, interiors and miscellanea under the theme of 'Anatomy'.

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Lost Property of London

We caught up with the founder and designer, Katy Bell at her lovely studio just off Essex Road, North London to find out more about what it takes to make it as a young eco designer.

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Tobias Rehberger presents 'Sex and Friends'

The Pilar Corrias Gallery in London is excited to present a new collection of work by the German process artist Tobias Rehberger.

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David Koma's Power Tribe

You can always recognise a David Koma frock from a mile off. Seriously. Something about the feminine silhouette that has certain 'super woman' written all over it, but not the intimidating dominatrix kind.

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Master of Print: Basso & Brooke

Take one graphic artist, Bruno Basso and one fashion designer, Christopher Brooke, and you have one of the most influential fashion duos specialising in digital print, Basso & Brooke. We joined the duo as they discussed in the art of their latest collection.

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New and Improved: Bus-Tops

Bus-Tops is a new digital public art project inviting local communities, the general public and nine artists to transform mundane bus journeys into a visual feast.

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Crane.tv Curates: One Room, Three Global Names

For the first time, digital video magazine Crane.tv will exhibit a selection of their much-loved artists and designers alongside intimate video profiles at The Front Room, St Martins Lane Hotel.

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Future Map 11

University of the Arts London brings together thirty artists and designers, selected from the best recent graduates of the 2011 degree shows.

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'Interiors' by Antipodium

We get up close and personal with Antipodium's Geoffrey J. Finch about his London Fields inspired collection.

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The Pug-alicious World of Gemma Correll

We speak to Gemma Correll at last year's Bust magazine's Craftacular about being a first-class illustrator, the art scene in Berlin and of course her pug, Mr Pickles.

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The Allure of a Matte Lip

We're won over by Chanel's latest range of lipsticks, Rouge Allure Velvet, because let's face it, gloss is so 2011.

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Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design

Saul Bass was not only considered one of the great graphic designers of the mid-20th century, but the undisputed master of film title design thanks to his collaborations with Alfred Hitchcock, Otto Preminger, Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese.

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OMA/Progress

London's Barbican Art Gallery is transformed by a retrospective of one of the leading architectural practices working today, OMA.

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Andaz Hotel x Eyal Burstein's Advent Table

The festive season maybe over but we're still in awe of this unique collaboration between lifestyle hotel, Andaz Liverpool Street with Beta Tank designer, Eyal Burstein creating a table inspired by a traditional Christmas Advent calendar.

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