Studio Profile: Ida Rhoda

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Images courtesy of idarhoda.com Words by Elizabeth Pollard I first met Hannah Ridley at Elle Magazine, around three years ago, at the beginning of her solo project into the world of publishing. After a successful career as a picture editor at Elle Magazine, Hannah decided to turn her attention to art directing and publishing the […]

Style Muse: Sofia Coppola

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Words by Elizabeth Pollard If you are a regular reader of Corinne&, you’ll have noticed by now that we are a little obsessed with the Coppola clan, in particular, writer and director, Sofia. Her cinematic aesthetic is very particular and easily definable, but this minimal sophistication also carries through to her wardrobe. As the woman […]

Jacquemus

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All images courtesy of jacquemus.com Words by Elizabeth Pollard There is nothing more French than Parisian design newbie, Jacquemus; from the art direction of his fashion films to minimalist silhouettes and bold, classic use of colour. Waif-like girls with long unbrushed hair and cigarettes glued to their fingers, model his trendy, contemporary sports wear. Blocks […]

LOW Classic

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Photographs by Jin Yong Kim Words by Elizabeth Pollard With backgrounds in fashion buying, editorial and design, it’s no wonder founders Lee Myeong Sin, Hwang Hyun Ji and Park Jin Sun know how to make clothes. LOW Classic was Founded in Seoul, Korea in 2009 and pitched to the market as a highstreet brand; quite […]

People in Fashion: Celestine Cooney

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(above) Photograph by LUCY CARR-ELLISON for As You Are Magazine Words by Elizabeth Pollard Fashion director of Twin magazine, freelance magazine editor, film maker and, of course, the best fucking stylist in town. To say I have a girl crush on Celestine Cooney is more than an understatement. Growing up in Dublin, Cooney didn’t necessarily […]

To Remember: L’wren Scott

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(above) Photograph for Vogue Magazine Words by Elizabeth Pollard This week, the fashion industry lost one of it’s most beloved and respected figures. Model, stylist and designer, L’wren Scott tragically passed away in her Manhattan apartment on Monday, whilst her partner of 13 years, Mick Jagger, landed in Australia on tour with The Rolling Stones. […]

Calvin Klein: Timeless Design

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Words by Elizabeth Pollard Calvin Klein founded his label in 1968 in New York City with the aim to make “youthful, understated coats and dresses”. Forty-six years later and Calvin Klein is one the biggest labels in the world with an estimated turnover in 2010 of €4.6 billion. The brand’s success, is undeniably, in a […]

People In Fashion: Atea Oceanie

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Words by Elizabeth Pollard A considered collection of separates. A particular approach with playful application. Assured and uncomplicated, Atea is the essence of a refined wardrobe. Atea Oceanie I couldn’t of put it better myself. Atea’s approach follows the trend for contempory minimalism much like Celine and Cos. The attention to detail, whether in design, […]

People In Fashion: Studio Nicholson

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Photography by Studio Nicholson Words by Elizabeth Pollard In early 2010, menswear designer Nick Wakeman and her vision of creating an ‘effortless, confident and uncomplicated’ wardrobe for women positioned itself in the luxury market. But Wakeman did things a little differently, tapping the Japanese market and bringing the collection straight to her high profile customers […]

A Lesson In Style: Jeanne Moreau

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Words by Billie Jankins February 7th saw the re-release of 1958 French crime thriller ’Lift to the Scaffold’. As much as we would like to hammer out the finer points of an early New Wave masterpiece, and the merits of the original Miles Davis soundtrack, all we can really think is ’Oh la la, Jeanne […]