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Interview: Aitor Throup, Artist, Designer & Creative Director

Versatile maker and designer, Aitor Throup’s multi-disciplinary studio traverses the fields of art, film and fashion, developing conceptual clothing under the label New Object Research, whilst concurrently collaborating across various industries. Premiered at Sadler’s Wells, Throup unveiled his latest collaboration with the eminent contemporary choreographer Wayne McGregor earlier this month. Developing garments for McGregor’s Autobiography,…

Get To Know The Artist Behind Gucci’s Latest Collection

Working under the moniker of Unskilled Worker, London-based, self-taught artist Helen Downie rose to prominence through her popular Instagram account, which today has over 250,000 followers. Sharing her work online, she was discovered by the celebrated photographer Nick Knight, who commissioned her in 2014 to create a series of portraits of Alexander McQueen’s most iconic…

10 Events Not To Miss At London Literature Festival 2017

Running from 13 October to 1 November 2017 at the Southbank Centre, with talks by Philip Pullman and Hillary Clinton, London Literature Festival features many of the most anticipated literary events of the year. This specially expanded edition of the festival opens with the 50th anniversary of Poetry International, sees the return of Young Adult…

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Interview: Aitor Throup, Artist, Designer & Creative Di...

Versatile maker and designer, Aitor Throup’s multi-disciplinary studio traverses the fields of art, film and fashion, developing conceptual clothing under the label New Object Research, whilst concurrently collaborating across various industries. Premiered at Sadler’s Wells, Throup unveiled his latest collaboration with the eminent contemporary choreographer Wayne McGregor earlier this month. Developing garments for McGregor’s Autobiography,…

Stella Paul: Celebrating Black Architecture

Phaidon’s Black: Architecture in Monochrome is a fascinating survey of the intensity, strength and mystique of the colour black in the constructed world. Holding a strong cultural and historical significance – whether signalling transgression or devotion, penury or luxury, introspection or extroversion – black is at the centre of both personal and social experience, making…

 

Tutto’s Alex Whyte On Wine With A Story

Founded in the spring of 2012, London-based wine importers Tutto Wines have a very clear objective: to share with British drinkers the wines they love. At the company’s helm are Alex Whyte and Damiano Fiamma, passionate collaborators who seek out speciality wines made by artisan growers with a respect for the grape, the land and…

The Best London Restaurant Openings This October

There’s certainly a lot to look forward to this October with a number of new and exciting culinary offerings launching in London. Several come from the city’s seasoned restaurateurs, including new sites from Stevie Parle, Margot Henderson and Melanie Arnold, Ben Chapman, and more, as well as the first solo venture from chef Yuma Hashemi….

Stella Paul: Celebrating Black Architecture

Phaidon’s Black: Architecture in Monochrome is a fascinating survey of the intensity, strength and mystique of the colour black in the constructed world. Holding a strong cultural and historical significance – whether signalling transgression or devotion, penury or luxury, introspection or extroversion – black is at the centre of both personal and social experience, making…

Inside Lisson’s Spectacular Off-Site Group Show

Lisson Gallery opened on Bell Street in 1967; in celebration of this anniversary, the gallery has partnered with The Vinyl Factory to stage ‘EVERYTHING AT ONCE’, an ambitious group exhibition running until 10 December 2017 at 180 The Strand. Through new and historical works by 24 of the artists currently shown by Lisson Gallery, this…

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