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

Alexander McQueen Pre AW17 collection

Alexander McQueen takes inspiration from Barbara Hepworth and her time in St Ives for the Pre AW17 collection.

Thames & Hudson on Fornasetti

Thames & Hudson publishes two remarkable books on Piero Fornasetti, one of the most creative talents of the 20th century. Born in Milan, the Italian illustrator, designer, engraver and interior consultant invented a… Continue reading

R.I.P David Delfín

In a very sad news, fashion designer, illustrator, artist and creative genius David Delfín passed away on 3rd June.

Joel Shapiro at Pace London

  Pace London presents its first exhibition of works by Joel Shapiro, on view to 17 June 2017. The spectacular show features an installation of seven vibrant, volumetric sculptures and a selection of recent… Continue reading

Hokusai’s Great Wave at the British Museum

  Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) is the subject of an exhibition at the British Museum on view until 13th August 2017. Hokusai’s most famous work, the Great Wave, that the artist produced when… Continue reading