by Ami Kealoha
The Septemberists, artist Anthony Goicolea's film mythologizing the creation of Thom Browne's Spring/Summer 2007 collection, is as neo-18th century Americana as the suits themselves. Gorgeously-shot by Brooklyn-based cinematographer Brian...
Like Paul Smith, London-based Oliver Spencer has a definite knack of combining the tailored with the relaxed, culminating in a look that is uniquely his. For me, his stand-out designs are his outerwear (see above for examples from the past couple...
New Balance x Yotel
If I had to work in a hotel, it would make things a lot more bearable if I got given some sexy New Balance kicks to wear, like these. Yotel is a new brand of bed for the night from the man behind successful British restaurant chain Yo! Sushi. Sticking...
by Lost At E Minor
One of our favourite Australian artists Jonah Cacioppe (now London-based) has recently launched his website. It's bursting with his highly original artworks which cover a variety of slightly esoteric themes from "The Openess Of Being"...
by Evan Orensten
Persephone Books, a small artisan book publisher in London, has resurrected dozens of forgotten or passed-over fiction and non-fiction titles written by, for and about women. Each book features a unique endpaper fabric, subtly connected to the setting...
by Josh Rubin
One of the standouts at last month's Scope New York, Graham Dolphinâ€™s art, employing seemingly-compulsive writing as the centerpiece, simultaneously recalls Fluxus, Marcel Duchamp and the back of a notebook owned by a girl in...
by Evan Orensten
Richard Sarson is a recent graduate of London's Royal College of Art. Circles are a principal element of his design vocabulary as evidenced in several of his recent projects, which include The Circle Project, a recent series of drawings made...
by Carol T Chung
Check out these one of a kind sculptures by London based Wilfrid Wood. After leaving the TV program Spitting Image, Wilfrid has been making these little (and sometimes not so little) works of art (4 to 12 inches) for the last 5 years. These unique...
Top Five London Girls
by Leonora Oppenheim
Being a London girl myself who is away from home a lot, I like to keep up with what's happening in my home town while I am on the move. CH has been appreciating London's creativity a lot this year. Famously innovative, eclectic and eccentric...
FlyTower by Ackroyd & Harvey
by Jacob Resneck
Earlier this month, British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey began seeding the National Theatre's Lyttelton Flytower. Working with as many as 16 helpers, the artists schlepped two and a half tons of clay up scaffolding to be slathered across...
Fante Asafo Flags
Not long after Paul Smith's furniture and curiosity shop opened on Albemarle Street in London's Mayfair about a year and a half ago, I went in and was immediately drawn to a large, colourful and undeniably African flag that hung on the wall...
by Josh Rubin
Bridge was London artist Michael Cross' installation for the 2006 London Design Festival, allowing any member of the flock to walk on water inside a former church. Cross achieved the effect by half-filling the century-old church with water and...