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In the first of an ongoing series, we ask two experts in their respective fields about the role this issue’s theme – colour – plays in their chosen discipline. We talk to Candice Chan, founder and creative director of J. Candice Interior Architects, and Kai-Yin Lo, jewellery and accessories designer, art adviser and cultural historian, about the influence colour has on their lives and work.
With a signature style and delicate trademarks, Dr. Woo is a leading light in the movement that is seeing skin ink become one of the fashion world's most desirable accessories.
Founder of The Fashion Fruit, style influencer Veronica Ferraro on fashion, fitness, travel and what the future has in store.
Under the colourful and eclectic guidance of Alessandro Michele, Gucci has effected an eye-catching stylistic about-turn. With a distinctive design language and a new take on what it means to be a Gucci woman, the celebrated designer has succeeded in making eccentricity cool again.
Parisian blogger Valentine Vanesse reveals how her blog Hello it's Valentine came about, and what in the fashion world is most important to her.
There are two distinct approaches to luxury fashion ñ the quiet one and the loud one. The latter is what weíve seen most of over the past 15 years: a brand strategy based on iconic seasonal trends and instantly identifiable designer ware that has not only been the path to booming sales figures but has also coloured the course of fashion for most of this century. The former is entirely different. Enter Tomas Maier.
Peter Marino is unapologetically bold in both his persona and his designs. It is this approach that has helped the architect to dominate the luxury playing field, forging lasting relationships with billionaires, brands and artists alike.