The Ettore bag by D’Estrëe

Parisian brand D’Estrëe launches a new bag honouring the designer, architect, and founder of the Memphis group Ettore Sottsass. The style of this bag celebrates purity and simplicity with an elegant handle.

Alain Platel nicht schlafen presented at Sadler’s Wells

  Belgian choreographer Alain Platel returns to Sadler’s Wells with nicht schlafen, a dark and intense work featuring the contemporary ensemble les ballets C de la B. After staging shows with music by Mozart,… Continue reading

Home is not a Place at the German Embassy, London

  Home is not a Place, an exhibition featuring the works of nine artists working between London and Berlin is on view at the German Embassy of London until 30 September. Exploring the… Continue reading

Dave Gahan is the new face of Dior Homme

Kris Van Assche loves Depeche Mode. Further to the AW17 show – which featured several Depeche Mode songs – Dior Homme’s artistic director has invited Dave Gahan to star in the latest campaign. To celebrate his… Continue reading

Vincent van Gogh’s Le moissonneur (d’après Millet) on sale at Christie’s

  Christie’s prestigious Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale – to be staged in London on 27 June – features a vibrant painting by Van Gogh. Titled Le moissonneur (d’après Millet), this painting is a 1889 ‘replication’ of… Continue reading

Fendi and Giuseppe Penone

  Giuseppe Penone has unveiled the first permanent contemporary public sculpture displayed in Rome. The work, titled Foglie di pietra (2017), was commissioned by Fendi and is on display outside its flagship boutique… Continue reading

Alice Archer’s ready-to-wear AW17 collection

  Inspired by English flowers juxtaposed with the graphic work of the Japanese photographer Araki and the paintings of Severin Roesen, Alice Archer’s fashion includes complex embroidery, vibrant colours and rich textures.    … Continue reading

Serpentine Pavilion 2017 designed by Francis Kéré

  Diébédo Francis Kéré, the award-winning architect from Burkina Faso, has been commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2017 which opened earlier this week in London. His proposal offers a sharp, innovative structure… Continue reading

Marine Serre, Awarded the LVMH Prize

Last week, Marine Serre who graduated in June 2016 from the school of La Cambre in Brussels and who previously interned at Maison Martin Margiela and Christian Dior -working closely with Raf Simons… Continue reading

Fassbinder’s LOLA is restored

  Fassbinder, the prolific German Nouvelle Vague Director, is much admired by American indie filmmakers such as Todd Haynes and Richard Linklater and is enjoying a long overdue revival and reappraisal thanks to… Continue reading