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New Additions To The London Michelin Guide

The Michelin Guide, published by the French tyre company Michelin, has been produced annually for more than a century. The oldest European hotel and restaurant reference guide awards stars for excellence to a select few establishments, and has had dramatic effects on the success of restaurants over the years. Since 1955, the guide has highlighted…

Interview: Jeremy Leslie, magCulture

magCulture Founder and Creative Director Jeremy Leslie is a steadfast believer in magazines being a uniquely relevant and dynamic media form, despite various challenges faced by the industry today. His business operates simultaneously as a studio, offering strategic and creative services, a journal, focussing on the future of editorial design, and a shop with a…

Ma-tt-er + SPACE10 Examine How Materials Shape The Way We Live

Until 23 September, SPACE10 is hosting a pop-up in Shoreditch, exploring the consequences of urbanisation and the spaces we inhabit. During the course of six days, running concurrently with London Design Festival, the events examine the concept of space from different perspectives. Over the coming weekend, the programme will be led by Ma-tt-er’s Seetal Solanki….

Highlights From London Fashion Week SS18

Something Curated highlights the best from London Fashion Week, taking a closer look at a selection of the most exciting Spring/Summer 2018 shows and collections.   Asai ASAI FITTINGS don't fuck with me nunchuck handbag #asai'sfortune Thank you to The Cove Studios for the Space Styled by @ursinagysi A post shared by ASAI TAKE AWAY…

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Interview: Jeremy Leslie, magCulture

magCulture Founder and Creative Director Jeremy Leslie is a steadfast believer in magazines being a uniquely relevant and dynamic media form, despite various challenges faced by the industry today. His business operates simultaneously as a studio, offering strategic and creative services, a journal, focussing on the future of editorial design, and a shop with a…

Interview: John Gionleka, Peckham Bazaar

John Gionleka originally relocated to London with plans of entering a Greek Orthodox seminary, which luckily for us never happened. Launching Peckham Bazaar in 2015, Gionleka serves delicious dishes inspired by his native Albania, its Balkan neighbours, as well as influences from further afield. Peckham Bazaar’s eclectic ethos, evident in its menu, extends to the…

 

10 Of London’s Most Imaginative Pavilions

In architecture, the word “pavilion” has several meanings, and has proved often to be a term of some contention. Generally speaking, it refers to a subsidiary building that is either positioned separately or as an attachment to a main building, often with a sole function of being an object of pleasure. Popularising the phenomenon of…

Who Runs London Fashion Week: A Guide

London Fashion Week, considered to be one of the ‘Big Four’ along with New York, Milan and Paris, takes place twice a year in February and September, platforming the work of over 250 designers to a global audience of influential media and retailers. Organised by the British Fashion Council (BFC) for the London Development Agency…

London’s Best Japanese Food Hall Launches A New Flagship

The Japan Centre is a uniquely immersive retail and food space, entrenching visitors in Japanese culture. Set up like a supermarket with a hot food, sushi bar and bookshop, the Centre offers everything from Europe’s largest selection of sake to freshly ground matcha. Established in 1976, the original Piccadilly venue has always included traditional Japanese…

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