Monthly Archives: June 2011

Spirit Hoods

Ears on hoods, bears, pandas, navajo wolves and leopards? Did these people come from my head? Maybe not but our hearts went through a series of palpitations after finding these guys and we’re so happy we did because we want … Continue reading

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Dou

“I was born in the artistic family and faced the art when I was a little child. Once I was looking at the book with Proto-renaissance artists which  became my favourite for many years. I found a lot of awesome  … Continue reading

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Tucker Blair for Opening Ceremony

Tucker Blair, one of our favourites for men’s belts, has now teamed up with New York-based retailer Opening Ceremony. The patterned  belts are made by needlepoint stitching with  100% wool yarn on full grain leather.        You’ll be able to … Continue reading

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Hats Off

When visiting their site Moody & Farrell may seem like they are a long established duo but in fact it is solo hat maker Eloise Moody. The name Farrell belonging to her grandfather Michael John Farrell now deceased Moody believes he … Continue reading

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Creating Clouds

Architect-designer Asif Khan has designed an indoor cloud machine that uses helium, soap and water to create “clouds” indoors. The instillation is being displayed at Design Miami as part of the W Hotel’s “conversation pieces”. Khan explains it as “an architectural … Continue reading

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Bubbleology

On my way home from Soho the other night I came across Bubbleology, a cool little place that serves bubble tea in 13 different flavours. Originating in Taiwan, bubble tea was invented in the early 1980’s. A huge craze that moved … Continue reading

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Pretty Parisian Potholes

Fed up of the cities potholes and unfixed cracks artist Juliana Santa Herrerra has decided to do something about it. Turn it into beautiful decay by ‘injecting’ piles of brightly coloured knitting yarn which she braids and weaves for site-specific … Continue reading

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