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Posts Tagged ‘Paul Smith’

An interview with Furniture Designer and Maker Anthony Hartley

Furniture designer and maker extraordinaire, Anthony Hartley talks about his unique design process and aesthetic.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Anthony Hartley
I discovered the colourfully unique work of furniture designer and 'jumped-up joiner' Anthony Hartley at Tent London back in September 2011. In this catch up interview I discover how the Yorkshire based artisan has developed his style over the years, from early training on the job to a university degree in design in the year 2000.

Anthony Hartley Edna drawer unit
Anthony Hartley Edna drawer unit.

You launched your latest colourful range at Tent London in 2011, what was the response and what have you been up to since then?
The response I got at tent was slightly overwhelming to be honest, the reactions and comments were all very positive. The thing I liked the most about read more

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Scruffy does it: Suzie Winsor presents ‘Beard and Wonderful’

A beard makes a man in the world of Suzie Winsor. We caught up with the illustrator at the opening of her first solo show, ‘Beard and Wonderful’.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Bright city lights of London and 123 Bethnal Green Road by Avril Kelly Vrooosh and we’re in. After a National Express journey from Bristol at 4.10pm we arrived immersed in […]

Rapha and Paul Smith Collaborative Cycling Collection

Still stuck on what to buy the enthusiastic cycling man in your life? This new collection features some fully technical cycling wear and ace printed bags that would make the perfect Christmas gift.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Timothy Hunt. In my second round up of fabulous ideas from twitter friends for late Christmas gift shoppers I bring you the best of art, more about for […]

An interview with Marion Foale of Foale and Tuffin, legendary Sixties knitwear label

Half of sixties legendary label Foale and Tuffin and later to be knitwear queen, Marion Foale, discusses her journey into fashion - from cramped flats to the Kings Road and £400 exclusive cardigans… and how the sixties were oh so fun! 

Written by Helen Martin

Matthew Rose is an American artist living in Paris known for his 1, tadalafil 000 piece wall-to-wall collages. On viewing his work, see you can’t help but feel as if […]

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Hayley Crompton- fashion’s newest graduate

Amelia's magazine introduces an illustrator and print designer extraordinaire

Written by Rachael Oku

Come and help out on the art, buy more about earth or music sections, starting next week (November 16th) until the end of February, with a 2 week break over […]

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Fashion Editor’s Pick: Christmas Gift Guide

Exactly what it says on the tin

Written by Rachael Oku

London Undercover If you’re looking for a quirky present this Christmas why not opt for an umbrella with a twist? London undercover is a new brand which specialises in quintessentially […]

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Sir Paul Smith can do no wrong

Written by Rachael Oku

A cold November night and I journey to a very cosy Camden Barfly to view Plastiscines. This band are the latest export from the country who gave us Eric Cantona, […]

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Fashion Listings 16-22 November

Written by Rachael Oku

      Angela Palmer’s Ghost Forest Mediumly-interesting fact:

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Charlotte Daffern – Not your stereotypical designer

Innovative Fabric Design

Written by Sally Mumby - Croft

Charlotte Daffern’s playful statement jewellery borders on the completely eccentric, this whilst tackling ideas of gender and national stereotype. The work re-visits the 1950’s as a result of the surge […]