Stunning editorial work from the debut issue of Tirade Magazine, this essay captures the game of shadows and light at la Pyramide. Exemplified by “Let them Eat Cake,” the magazine draws a unique perspective in creative collaborations art, fashion and photography. View the rest of the editorial and preview whole issue here More
Fauré Le Page, a Parisian firearms manufacturer established by Louis Pigny in 1717, has a rich history that spans over 200 years and is known to most gun collectors for its influence in political events in the 18-19th century and of course its superior weaponry. It now stands to make style history with its new collection of fine leather goods and accessories. More
Amidst the hustle and bustle of Piccadilly as you begin to cross Old Bond street, something curious happens. You begin to see gentlemen emerging from small corners in smart dress and with flair style. Follow them like a Alice chasing the white rabbit, and they will guide you to St. James Street running to the Brasserie St. Jacques, the offices of The Economist and the many private clubs in the area. They are vestiges of Saville Row and Dover Street, they are connoisseurs of bespoke bootmaking and they will lead you to a quintessential shop at end of St. James: John Lobb, one of Britain’s last remaining bespoke shoemakers. More
Known more for its beaches and as a playground for mega yachts, Palma, Mallorca might be the least expected source of a new breeding ground for an epicenter of ‘coolness’. Putting the fun and the sun aside, it does not take long to see a new sense of creativity bubbling on this unique island retreat.
At the front lines of this unique wave are Tony Jiménez & Suso Ramo, the entrepreneurial duo who have lead the charge with their concept store addict. With two locations now under their belt, the team adds, Le Princpal to their mix. From its freshly minted doors, Jimenez gives some insight to the “crema” of Mallorca and new breed of creative burgeoning in Palma. More