Calling SE(1)5!

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Somehow, sometime, through some set of choices or coincidences have you made a connection with South East London? Corinne& is working on a project for the Camberwell Arts Festival, taking place from 14th June – 22nd June. Our intention is to map the stories of residents, past residents, travellers, businesses, passers by, party goers and […]

Stolen Travels: No. 6 Transport

Thailand, Rose Clayton

(above) Thailand, Rose Clayton Compiled By Billie Jenkins Thailand, Hui-Yan Chow Vietnam, Anna Christian Dawson  Tokyo, Nuria Cabrera  India, Philip Joseph Jones Indonesia, Charles Lewis Italy, Abigail Clarke Amsterdam, Elizabeth Pollard 

Stolen Travels: No.5 Fauna

Indonesia, Charles Lewis

(above) Indonesia, Charles Lewis Compiled by Billie Jenkins Tokyo, Nuria Cabrera Amsterdam, Elizabeth Pollard Russia, Verakromova     Germany, Kate Bailey Neale     Vietnam, Anna Christian Dawson Thailand, Rose Clayton Amsterdam, Jack Hankinson

Stolen Travels: No 4. Angles

Malaysia, Serafina Karahussan

(above) Malaysia, Serafina Karahussan Compiled by Billie Jenkins Looking through the eyes of my friends I sought out stark shapes and corners across the world. Bringing together an array of images they took on their travels under the heading of ‘Angles’, I found the beautiful and sublime for our lovely readers. Thank you a million to […]

Stolen Travels: 3. Food

Thailand, Rose Clayton

(above) Thailand, Rose Clayton Compiled by Billie Jenkins A pigs head, a sharks torso, hundreds of tiny fish. This week I explored the food my friends encountered and ingested on their wonders across the world. Bon Appetite. India, Philip Joseph Jones   New York, Elizabeth Pollard   SRI LANKA, CHARLES LEWIS      Vietnam, Anna Christian-Dawson […]

Stolen Travels: 2. People

Roisin Murphey

Europe, Roisin Morrison After delving into the sweeping landscapes of the various ends of the earth my extended friendship group had explored I looked for people they encounter in their adventures. It makes for diverse viewing. Enjoy, and once again a big thank you to those I have stolen from. India, Philip Joseph Jones   […]

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 […]

The New Age of Fashion Marketing

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Cos Magazine Words by Elizabeth Pollard When the H&M group launched their (older, cooler) sister brand, Cos, in 2007, it teamed up with the creative agency ‘Wednesday’ to develop a visual brand communication that steered away from the traditional forms of advertising i.e. the campaign. Their solution was the beautiful and collectable instore magazine to […]

The Roundup: LFW Day 4

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Photography by style.com Words by Elizabeth Pollard Day 4 at London Fashion Week was a day of big names and even bigger presentations, here’s just a taste of what was on show: Christopher Kane opened his collection by taking the ultimate fashion challenge literally; making clothes out of bin bags… Well not exactly. But his […]

The Roundup: LFW Day 3

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Photography by style.com/catwalking.com Words by Elizabeth Pollard Mary Katranzou has once again challenged her own design and craftsmanship by developing her digital prints into beautifully woven and embroidered patterns resembling, in both design and colour, traditional uniform badges. The overlaying of embroidered print, geometric lace and light silks create depth and ingenuity to her clothes. […]