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A Look Inside London’s Koya Bar with Chef Shuko Oda

LifestyleComments ⋅ Jul 12, 2014
Tucked away on Frith Street in Soho, London rests Koya Bar, the brainchild of one Shuko Oda. The soft-spoken young chef explains Koya Bar as the culmination of a somewhat nomadic life, having grown up multinationally in Japan, the United States, and... Profiles Marcelo Burlon

StyleComments ⋅ Jan 9, 2014
Multi-talented Argentinian stylist, creative director and PR Marcelo Burlon appears in an interview for Beginning by shooting videos to promote his blog, he eventually caught the attention of prolific fashion designers to promote their coll...

Artist Yué Wu Shares His Work and Home in Paris

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 26, 2013
While Yué Wu’s Pen & Paper gave a glimpse of the Parisian artist’s compelling sketchbook, this episode of reveals his artistic approach and the city he now calls home. Merging the dichotomies of East and West, Yué Wu shares w... Liu Bolin – The Invisible Man

ArtsComments ⋅ Feb 8, 2013
Artist Liu Bolin and his ability to deceptively frame the human form as a blank canvas atop a camouflaging cityscape is nothing new. However, rarely do we get a glimpse at the man behind the artwork, at least not until decided to link with t... Street Style and the Modern British Man

StyleComments ⋅ Jan 4, 2013
Street styles draw influence from various places. It is arguably the designer’s job to target these influences and translate them into something tangible for the consumer., the British video magazine, has an interesting piece which doc...

An Inside Look at Pininfarina

DesignComments ⋅ Jan 4, 2013 journalist Seyna Van Der Linden takes an in-depth look at Italian design firm Pininfarina in this mini-doc. Best known for its automobile design, Pininfarina has branched out into industrial design with its non-automobile offshoot...

Marc Newson Speaks on the New Industrial Revolution

DesignComments ⋅ Oct 26, 2012
Regularly lending his talents to the likes of Nike, Qantas, Ford and more, Marc Newson is considered to be one of the most innovative and accomplished industrial designers in the world, garnering recognition for his work through accolades that includ...

The Father-Son Design Duo behind Casely-Hayford

StyleComments ⋅ Oct 2, 2012
Having designed stage clothes for the likes of U2 and The Clash, Casely-Hayford established his own eponymous label in 2009 – alongside his son Charlie – following a three-year stint as Creative Director of Gieves & Hawkes. Celebrated... Mr. Brainwash at The Old Sorting Office

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 14, 2012
Coinciding with the recently concluded 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, Mr. Brainwash took over the city’s Old Sorting Office to showcase his most recent exhibition. caught up with the controversial artist to catch his thoughts on...

#adidasunderground: Moniker – Day 7

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 9, 2012
After the last two events from #adidasunderground festivities celebrated music with the help of illustrious folks like The Stone Roses, Factory Floor and more, the attention of last night’s gathering moved to the sublime art of graffiti. Arts-b... An Interview with The Beatles Photographer David Bailey

ArtsComments ⋅ Jul 10, 2012
British photographer David Bailey has captured images of some of the most iconic and influential members of popular culture of all-time, with archival images of Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, Bob Dylan, The Beatles and many others. With his new exhibition... COS Debut in Milan

StyleComments ⋅ May 8, 2012
Having initially launched at the famed West End shopping district of London’s Regent Street five years ago, COS recently debuted a new pop-up shop in Italy at Milan’s Salone del Mobile. had the opportunity to speak to designers... Cooking with Tom Aikens

LifestyleComments ⋅ May 1, 2012
Chef Tom Aikens holds the distinction of being the youngest British chef to hold two Michelin stars for his work at Pied à Terre in the ’90s. In this appetite-inducing video from, they catch up with Aikens as he cooks up several taste... Tom Dixon at MOST

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 27, 2012
Tom Dixon took over Milan and the National Museum of Science and Technology during Salone del Mobile this year, transforming parts of an old monastery into an impressive exhibition space for the latest developments in design. MOST, Dixon’s ambi... Dr. Martens for HYPEBEAST 3989 5-Eye Brogue

StyleComments ⋅ Dec 29, 2011
Contemporary online video magazine recently highlighted the Dr. Martens for HYPEBEAST 3989 5-Eye Brogue shoe in its latest short film. Featured in the midst of a fitting monochromatic setting, the well-filmed industrial imagery and minimalis...