• Why Contemporary Fashion is Looking to the Ethos of Margiela By AnOther   -   Oct 20, 2017

    WHY CONTEMPORARY FASHION IS LOOKING TO THE ETHOS OF MARGIELA

    Byronesque 's newly opened pop-up store is titled What Will You Be Remembered For? “It's a reaction to being culturally disappointed,”...

    Look, Fashion
  • Retracing the Footsteps of Tove Jansson's Adventurous Life By AnOther   -   Oct 20, 2017

    RETRACING THE FOOTSTEPS OF TOVE JANSSON'S ADVENTUROUS LIFE

    Moominvalley is a fictional place, until you go there. Its other name is Finland, where, at several points during a trip arranged by...

    People
  • Talking Puppets and Politics with Designer Phoebe English By AnOther   -   Oct 20, 2017

    TALKING PUPPETS AND POLITICS WITH DESIGNER PHOEBE ENGLISH

    Phoebe English works from a rambling network of artists' studios on an industrial side-street in Deptford. On a foggy morning I sit...

    Dress, Design
  • The Team Who Put the ‘We' Into ‘We Margiela' By AnOther   -   Oct 20, 2017

    THE TEAM WHO PUT THE ‘WE' INTO ‘WE MARGIELA'

    There is a famous image of the team at Maison Martin Margiela that was captured by Annie Leibovitz and published in 2001 in US Vogue....

    People, Design
  • The Show Exploring Picasso's Relationship With his Daughter By AnOther   -   Oct 20, 2017

    THE SHOW EXPLORING PICASSO'S RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS DAUGHTER

    In January of 1927, outside the Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris, Picasso met Marie-Thérèse Walter, a striking 17-year-old,...

  • The Panthère de Cartier: An Icon of Design By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    THE PANTHÈRE DE CARTIER: AN ICON OF DESIGN

    Leather folios and clothbound books fill the top floor of the Cartier archive. A vast and empty desk, flanked only by two brass lamps,...

    Design
  • How to Wear Archive Dior Couture, as Told by Our Coverstars By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    HOW TO WEAR ARCHIVE DIOR COUTURE, AS TOLD BY OUR COVERSTARS

    When a designer takes the reins at a legacy brand like Dior , they must tread carefully between reverence for its archive and a strength...

    Design
  • People Sitting in Chairs, and the Designers Who Created Them By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    PEOPLE SITTING IN CHAIRS, AND THE DESIGNERS WHO CREATED THEM

    From making a seat to taking a seat, there's power in parking your posterior. We're all familiar with the potent nuances spotted in...

    People, Design
  • A Poignant Short Film About Race, Religion & the Avant-Garde By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    A POIGNANT SHORT FILM ABOUT RACE, RELIGION & THE AVANT-GARDE

    London-based designer Georgina Johnson is the founder of beloved womenswear brand Laundry Service and art programme The Laundry. Her...

    Fashion, Design
  • The Panthère de Cartier: A Beacon of Timelessness By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    THE PANTHÈRE DE CARTIER: A BEACON OF TIMELESSNESS

    Leather folios and clothbound books fill the top floor of the Cartier archive. A vast and empty desk, flanked only by two brass lamps,...

    Design
  • The Female Fashion Photographer Who Inspired Avedon and Penn By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    THE FEMALE FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER WHO INSPIRED AVEDON AND PENN

    Female fashion photographers have often been eclipsed throughout history by their male counterparts, but Louise Dahl-Wolfe was at the...

    Fashion
  • Juergen Teller on Vivienne Westwood and Doing What You Want By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2017

    JUERGEN TELLER ON VIVIENNE WESTWOOD AND DOING WHAT YOU WANT

    Famed for blurring the boundaries between art and fashion, photographer Juergen Teller has been responsible for some of the most iconic...

    Fashion
  • Seven Works from a Ravishing New Book Celebrating Erotic Art By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2017

    SEVEN WORKS FROM A RAVISHING NEW BOOK CELEBRATING EROTIC ART

    In a ravishing new tome, Phaidon offers a millennia-spanning survey of the eternal allure of desirous images. For humans have sought...

  • Toasting the Irrepressible Woman Behind Veuve Clicquot By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2017

    TOASTING THE IRREPRESSIBLE WOMAN BEHIND VEUVE CLICQUOT

    Barbe-Nicole Clicquot Ponsardin was the sort of woman to commission oil paintings of herself or build a chateau “in honour” of a granddaughter's...

  • The Artist Using Found Photos to Challenge Established Norms By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2017

    THE ARTIST USING FOUND PHOTOS TO CHALLENGE ESTABLISHED NORMS

    When our eyes look at an image or a scene, how much of it do we really see and how much does our mind fill in on its own? Questions...

    Look
  • The Agony and the Ecstasy of a Fan Club's Annual Party By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2017

    THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY OF A FAN CLUB'S ANNUAL PARTY

    Photographer Lewis Khan was on the tube when he first bumped into three “interesting-looking” Florence and the Machine fans, in London...

    Look, Event
  • A Sartorial Reflection on the Colour Red for A/W17 By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2017

    A SARTORIAL REFLECTION ON THE COLOUR RED FOR A/W17

    “ Red protects itself. No colour is as territorial. It stakes a claim, is on the alert against the spectrum,” said filmmaker Derek...

    Fashion
  • Seven Sublime Must-Sees From the London Film Festival By AnOther   -   Oct 17, 2017

    SEVEN SUBLIME MUST-SEES FROM THE LONDON FILM FESTIVAL

    Sunday saw the BFI London Film Festival close its doors for another year after a 16-day marathon of forthcoming cinematic releases...

    Style, Festival
  • Where to Buy the Best 1990s-Inspired Sunglasses By AnOther   -   Oct 17, 2017

    WHERE TO BUY THE BEST 1990S-INSPIRED SUNGLASSES

    Who is it? Global eyewear brand BLYSZAK Why do I want it? Refined and laid-back unisex design, inspired by vintage frames Where can...

    Shopping, Design
  • Alexander McQueen's Medieval Answer to Haute Couture By AnOther   -   Oct 16, 2017

    ALEXANDER MCQUEEN'S MEDIEVAL ANSWER TO HAUTE COUTURE

    Sleeveless asymmetric top, Alexander McQueen Cashmere voile with with Samplers embroidery The earliest variety of English textile art...

    Women, Haute Couture