most wanted: Henrik Vibskov stockings

HAVING reminded me why it was that I used to get so excited about fashion (see the Catherine Baba style crush), farfetchdotcom has now opened my eyes to the world of Henrik Vibskov. Far from being just another fashion designer, alongside creating biannual collections and the ‘universes that surround them’  Vibskov also takes part in fringe art projects, shows at exhibitions and galleries around the world, and … Continue reading

most wanted: Celine

JE VOUDRAIS une armoire pleine de vêtements de Céline, s’il vous plaît. read as: I am in love with these pieces from Céline. (Currently crossing my fingers that tomorrow morning I will awake and by some miraculous force I will have a wardrobe dotted with items from the resort, summer and fall collections…)

most wanted: The Endless City

ALTHOUGH described as an essential tool for everyone involved in urban planning and development, I would like to think (from snippets I’ve seen on Phaidon’s website) that this book’s appeal is actually far more widespread. With powerful graphics and spectacular photographs  ‘The Endless City: An authoritative and visually rich survey of the contemporary city‘ is sure to capture the attention of many … Continue reading

most wanted: bicycles

    THESE bikes became my babies during a recent trip to visit family in Poland. After the amount of force feeding I underwent over the Easter period whilst visiting an array of relatives both close and distant, my body was in need of health kick and these beautiful bicycles were to be my aid.  (Not that … Continue reading

most wanted: Prada stripes

I MAY have already seen a few new season fashion faux pas since the sun has emerged from it’s cloudy enclave (think ‘stripe / midi-length / ballerina’ combo’s with a bit of colour blocking thrown in for good measure) but it’s not going to stop me from sticking steadfastly to my love of stripes. And … Continue reading

most wanted: living and eating by john pawson / annie bell

THE idea of an architect renowned for his minimalist approach collaborating  with someone to create a cookbook may, in some, invoke fear. Fear that it will produce a tome of never-in-your-wildest-dreams-will-you-ever-be-able-to-recreate-them recipes accompanied by stunning images of dishes akin to mini installations, more likely to  induce tummy-rumbling than salivating. The good news is that in … Continue reading

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