Thank you SO much for all the lovely feedback on the AW18 issue – we are so proud that lots of you have said it is your favourite issue yet! 🙂 We recently announced that we are now offering one year subscriptions to the magazine – you can start from the AW18 issue if you haven’t got it yet, or start from the upcoming SS19 issue, out in April.
But if you’ve already devoured the current issue from cover to cover, then here is an additional little bit of eye candy in the form of images from the cutting room floor…
Totally in love with the simplicity of Emily of Aerende’s bathroom, in fact her entire home feels effortless yet thoughtful. Her bathroom also features products from skincare brand La-Eva – whose studio we featured in this issue. Shot by Jon Aaron Green.
We ran a gorgeous food feature on preserving in this issue and stylist Sally Meier and photographer Catherine Frawley created these beautiful images – the colours, the textures… so fresh and enticing right?!
We visited so many stunning spaces in the AW18 issue – from shops and studios to homes and restaurants. Above is the super cool studio of Lord Whitney – there really is colour, fun and joy in every corner of this creative haven. Beautiful images by Kasia Fiszer.
The South London plant lover’s paradise that is Forest also had us swooning and wanting to add another 300 or so plants to our homes! Rachel Warne captured it beautifully.
During our trip to Mexico City earlier this year we got the chance to visit the home and studio of Melissa Avila. Her style effortlessly cool, her work immensely humbling. Thanks to Jemma Watts for her company and great photography on this trip.
We are in love with this little corner of zero-waste restaurant Silo in Brighton. How dreamy is that slouchy velvet seating?! Another great shoot by Jemma Watts.
The home that featured on the cover of this issue is that of Daniela Schinke. She has such a great eye for colour and a wonderful collection of objects around her home. How sweet is that mother and daughter illustration? Images captured by Olinga Ok.