Photography

Gentlewoman style beauty: Stella Tennant in HTSI



Stella Tennant How To Spend It

As much as I loved loads of Stella Tennant’s ‘punk’ looks in the 90s (flashback to all the Corinne Day and Melanie Ward goodness in Donna and Vogue Italia), I’m really enjoying her grown up ‘gentlewoman style’ modelling too. (more…)



Positive fashion: Maggie Marilyn introduces circularity-first wear-now-recycle-later basics



Maggie Marilyn Somewhere basics collection

Here’s a very cool concept I can get on board with. Maggie Marilyn, known for its sustainable but high-priced designs is introducing a new lower-priced offer of direct-to-consumer elevated basics. Think boxy blazers, organic merino wool sweaters and the perfect white jean.

While the proportions and fabrics look great, the ‘Somewhere’ concept goes further. Marilyn will introduce a “take-back scheme” in 2021, allowing well-loved pieces to be sent back to be recycled into new ones. This circularity-first concept (similar to For Days) feels like a real shift in how we consume. (more…)



Peter Lindbergh, the street photographer



Peter Lindbergh Dior New York Times Square

Sorry to be a Peter Lindbergh bore but this new photo book looks like a total gem.

Only Lindbergh could persuade Dior to ship 80-odd couture outfits from its temperature-controlled Paris vaults to the streets of New York. The grimy streets of Times Square no less, where Lindbergh and his team shot his favourite supermodels street photographer style, sans the OTT hair and make-up that would normally accompany such finery on the runway for his book, Dior by Peter Lindbergh. (more…)



Hugh Holland: Silver. Skate. Seventies.



Hugh Holland Silver Skate Seventies The Concrete Swell - VIper Bowl Hollywood CA 1976

If you love Hugh Holland’s cult Locals Only book, here’s a new Hugh Holland book (and exhibition) of never-before-seen black and white skater-in-action photos to help you beat the autumn blues.

Documenting the early Southern California skateboard scene of the 70s, ‘Silver. Skate. Seventies‘ really encapsulates the wild spirit of the early youth tribe – and for me sums up why it’s still such a seductive culture today. (more…)