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See this: Exhibition on Italian fashion powerhouse Missoni

Opened this month, Missoni Art Colour at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London’s Bermondsey takes an inviting look at the Italian fashion house, with a particular focus on the textiles it became renowned for designed by married founders Ottavio and Rosita Missoni. The duo met in London in 1948 when Ottavio was competing in the Olympic games. He’d already started a… read more

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The Colourful Sock Diary of Luna & Curious

Luna & Curious is a great little shop on Calvert Avenue, one of Shoreditch’s loveliest streets. Its three owners, jeweller Rheanna Lingham and ceramicists Polly George and Kaoru Parry have created what they refer to as a mini department store that’s filled with homewares, fashion accessories, jewellery, children’s clothing and toys. It’s an appealingly random hotch potch that’s… read more

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Colour Essay: Alison Lloyd of Ally Capellino on Green

Photo by Agnes Lloyd-Platt The British accessories label of designer Alison Lloyd,  Ally Capellino has been making cult satchels, totes and rucksacks for discerning gents and ladies for over 30 years. Premium materials, appealing colours and a pared down aesthetic are key to the brand’s ethos and the bags have friendly-sounding people’s names. Like Frank. Sometimes the names reference famous folk… read more

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Fashion Star Eudon Choi’s Art-Inspired Moodboards

Every catwalk season brings a buzz about a new name, but fashion-watchers will already be familiar with rising star Eudon Choi. The Korean-born, London-based designer started out in Seoul as a menswear designer, acquiring an in-depth understanding of tailoring which, during an MA at the Royal College of Art, he translated to the world of womenswear, to striking effect. Since… read more

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Fashion on the first floor

In the summer of 2012, Jo Simpson, curriculum leader of Fashion & Textiles at Central Saint Martins, began documenting the inspirational looks that both her foundation students and the staff of the famous college wore every day. They were, at that time, situated on the first floor of the Back Hill site of the college in Clerkenwell – hence why… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

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