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

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...

London’s The Hideout to Close Its Doors

We are sad to announce that UK lifestyle boutique The Hideout has become the latest brick & mortar to succumb to the pressures of rent hikes and digital competition, thus forcing it to close its doors permanently. Originally opening in 1998 as Hi...

Norman Foster Proposes 220km Elevated Bike Path in London

As many more urban areas begin to act on their environmental impact, we’re seeing an influx in bike-friendly initiatives, e.g. ensuring the safety of cyclists through the placement of specified bike lanes in between parked cars and sidewalks. In the...

The Vans World Tour Hits London’s Southbank

For the first half of September, the extensive Vans skateboarding squad is set to embark on a tour throughout Europe. Packing polished professionals like Geoff Rowley, Tony Trujillo and Chima Ferguson, as well as younger guns such as Rowan Zorilla, N...

Streetsnaps: London Men’s Fashion Week Recap Pt. 2

In this edition of Streetsnaps, we take another visual survey of the sartorially rich streets of London during the city’s Men’s Fashion Week. Last week’s fashion showcase charmed the snappiest of dressers from every corner of Englan...

Streetsnaps: London Men’s Fashion Week Recap Pt. 1

The fashion crowds may have moved on to Paris, but here’s a look back at the best in London street style as seen through the lens of photographer, Ravi Sidhu. From shots of male model, David Gandy, and British artist, Tinie Tempah to buyers, fa...

New York Meets London in Daniella Zalcman’s Double-Exposure Photo Series

The wonders of technology never cease to amaze as London-based artist Daniella Zalcman unveils her latest project, the aptly titled “New York + London: A Collection of Double Exposures.” Originally developing the idea during her last mont...

Vossen’s World Tour Makes Its Latest Stop in London

With over 25 years of experience making some of the world’s finest wheels, Vossen Wheels is no stranger to the international car scene. Embarking on a multi-stop European tour this year to document the Wörthersee Meet — the largest Volksw...

Richard Nicoll 2013 Fall/Winter Collection

Richard Nicoll’s 2013 fall/winter menswear offering was decidedly industrial post-punk meets neoclassical, the combination of which inspired essentials for everyday life. “I was looking at the underground art movement in New York between 1978 a...

2012 Moniker Art Fair @ Village Underground London

This past weekend the Moniker Art Fair returned to Village Underground in Shoreditch, London coinciding with the city’s foremost international art event, Frieze. Sponsored by Absolut Vodka, menswear label Boxfresh and G-Shock, this year’s...

Opening Ceremony Opens the Doors to its New Store in London’s Covent Garden

Having already penetrated markets in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo, multifaceted brand Opening Ceremony has opened the doors to its London retail shop at 35 King St. in Covent Garden. Following the successful temporary shop location at 31-32 King S...

The Fitzroy Lodge Boxing Club On Film

For over 100 years, the Fitzroy Lodge has been a safe environment for competitive boxers to train and compete, fostering discipline, respect, honor, self-control, and a healthy lifestyle. Founded by Mick Carney, who passed away just one year ago, the...

Leonardo Dentico Reimagines the London 2012 Olympic Rings

Typical Olympic logos tend to err on the side of whimsy through their simple design presentation, but Italian graphic designer Leonardo Dentico has created a masterful and imaginative rendition of the five-ringed logo that is chock full of details. S...

Inside Google’s New London Headquarters

Want to work at Google? You’re not alone. Since the percentage of those who would like to work at Google versus those who are actually able to secure placement at Google is so grossly disproportionate, you’ll have to make do with staring...