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Highlights From The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show has earned a reputation for being the world’s most prestigious horticultural event, inspiring innumerable spectators through showcasing the best in garden design. Something Curated takes a closer look at the most exciting offerings on display this year and the designers behind them.   Inland Homes: Beneath a Mexican Sky 2017…

Mark Farhall On What D.I.Y. Art Market Is All About

Since 2014 artist Mark Farhall has run the D.I.Y. Art Market, a free bi-monthly event held across venues in London and Brighton that showcases the work of emerging artists, designers and makers. Guided by Mark’s passion for those who show an “innovative and adventurous” approach to their practice, each event not only brings together a…

The Aesthete’s Wish List: 12 Things You Can Buy Right Now

Taking a look at May’s new releases, restocks, vintage gems and plentiful auctions, Something Curated compiles a list of twelve of the most covetable pieces available for purchase in London this month, covering art, fashion, home and more.   Art Marlene Dumas || 2 Babies Zittend op Elkaars Nek, 1989 Following the birth of her daughter…

Interviews

Interview: Rami Mekdachi, Founder & Creative Director O...

With his wife, Celine, and their two children, Lili and Noé, Rami Mekdachi enjoys travelling the world, capturing his family’s experiences through photography, music and performances, as well as by gathering olfactive memories of remarkable places and people. In 2013, Rami founded Lola James Harper: a unique concept that translates his most cherished moments, places…

Interview: Thomas Bird, Set Designer

Combining the creativity needed to dream up concepts for clients with the pragmatism to make those dreams a tangible reality is no small feat. Thomas Bird, the London-born, Brighton University-educated set designer whose past clients include Dover Street Market, British Vogue, Fendi and Interview, to name a few, has mastered this balancing act. We caught…

Interview: Martin Morales, Chef & Restaurateur

When it comes to championing Peruvian food in London, Martin Morales is the undisputed forerunner. There may have been other attempts to serve Peruvian cuisine in the city before Ceviche, but none have caused reverberations quite like Morales’ pioneering Soho restaurant. Having lived in Peru in the early years of his life, he’s not short of…

 

Interview: Thomas Bird, Set Designer

Combining the creativity needed to dream up concepts for clients with the pragmatism to make those dreams a tangible reality is no small feat. Thomas Bird, the London-born, Brighton University-educated set designer whose past clients include Dover Street Market, British Vogue, Fendi and Interview, to name a few, has mastered this balancing act. We caught…

Must-See Photographers At Photo London 2017

Photo London returns to the capital for its third edition from 18-21 May. Set in the neo-classical architecture of Somerset House, the international photography fair brings together world-class photographers, galleries and curators in a celebration of photography across genres of film, fashion, fine art and photojournalism. Something Curated takes a look at the must-see photographers presented…

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