Category Archives: Interviews

RÉUNI, Redefining Fashion: Interview with Adrien Garcia

Reflecting a passion for fashion yet a refusal to follow the rules others have set out, going back to basics and redefining the notion of making fashion, RÉUNI is breaking new grounds and renewing our need for things to feel real and authentic, for our clothes to feel our own, for ourselves to trust our instincts and find the right balance, to feel free and inspired. Read More

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July Newsletter: On Christmas in July and My Summer of Jackie Brown

  Photos: Classiq Journal     If I were to choose a film of the last ten years to watch in cinemas for the first time this summer, then it would be Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. Two years … Read More

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Bob Willoughby: The Photographer Who Was as Great as the Stars He Shot

He was not after perfection, not after the star image but after personality, a feeling, he was not after selling an image but about communicating emotion. Bob Willoughby’s photography made the stars human again. Read More

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The Mosquito Coast: Interview with costume designer Justine Seymour

In the contemporary retelling of The Mosquito Coast, costume designer Justine Seymour embodies key character traits and themes from the book into the wardrobe of the leading cast that evoke the simple living and breaking of the status quo of the Fox family, and then Read More

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Art Will Set You Free: In Conversation with Photographer Bill Phelps

Bill Phelps’ photography is like that. It has no hurried departure, nor a preconceived destination. It’s more like a wondrous path in which spontaneity, intimacy and a truthful eye are at play time and again. It’s about letting something emerge, full of the unexpected, but always looking for what’s genuine and real, and relating to people, to the human part of people. Read More

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