One of British magazine publishing’s all-time greats, King has headed up some of the most visionary images of the past two decades. Now, he has a manifesto to live and learn from.
The subversive one-stop-shop for the best art, gear and trinkets is intrinsic to the city’s creative scene. Its founder, Erin Fremder, gives us a proper local’s (virtual) tour.
Toronto-based designer, Steff Eleoff, sacked off her MFA in New York to pursue jewellery design – a decision that’s proving worthwhile, one seductive piece at a time.
Side Hustles: Art director Sophia Tassew has harnessed her creative power this lockdown, unleashing a bold accessories brand that’s already bowled over the fashion industry and beyond.
The Hungarian designer is cooking up a cauldron of frilly, frothy goods influenced by their love of horror, while simultaneously fighting for trans rights in their hometown.
From edible cigarettes to condom lollipops and the Great British Pub, the creative director-cum-master baker gives us a taster of the magic ingredients that go into his creations.