Exhibitions Manager Antonia Jolles On Yves Klein At Blenheim Palace

This week, Blenheim Art Foundation launched Yves Klein at Blenheim Palace, a solo exhibition by the visionary French artist, running until 7 October 2018. The exhibition, which is presented in collaboration with the Yves Klein Estate, coincides with what would have been the artist’s ninetieth birthday year. It explores concepts of beauty, sensibility and the…

Interview: In The Studio With Victor Barragán

Victor Barragán, the 26-year old self-taught fashion designer, relocated from Mexico City to set-up his eponymous label in New York back in 2015. Disregarding gender confines, Barragán invents new silhouettes from old ones, removing and re-attaching elements to create his idiosyncratic aesthetic. Originally making custom printed t-shirts born from Internet culture while a student in…

Video: Inside Blue Mountain School

Founded by James Brown, the mind behind cult store Hostem, Blue Mountain School is an interdisciplinary space dedicated to nurturing engagements between diverse practices. The 6a designed building is host to Mãos, a kitchen, table and wine room, Grace’s, a listening room, Blue Projects, an exhibition space, and Hostem, an open archive. Exploring the extraordinary…

Interview: Claire Burman & Nellie Eden, Babyface

Claire Burman and Nellie Eden, of the all-female collective Babyface, created a unique platform based on the power of networking. For the last four years, they have been connecting over 400 creative women of all disciplines and backgrounds with diverse brands. Something Curated spoke with the two founders to discover more about their agency and…

Interview: Junya Nakashima, Hairstylist

Formally trained in Japan, Junya Nakashima moved to New York to pursue his career as a hair stylist. Now working as a freelancer, styling hair for runways, lookbooks and music videos, among other projects, Nakashima has built a reputation for his fresh and often whimsical aesthetic. His editorial work spans an impressive array of publications,…

Interview: Hayley Cherkas, Fashion Designer

Following her graduate collection, which investigated olfactory experience through draping and translucent fabrics, Central Saint Martins alumna Hayley Cherkas has created a new body of work – her first since leaving university. The London-based designer employs tailoring and couture techniques in her latest collection, which draws inspiration from a slower pace of life. Something Curated…

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