Hands Down: Pedro da Costa Felgueiras, Lacquerer

This is the first in a series of interviews from MEMORANDUM, a collaborative journal celebrating craft, community and nature. This week Harriet Walker speaks to Pedro da Costa Felgueiras, Lacquerer It’s a somewhat worn adage to say someone was born of another era, but Pedro da Costa Felgueiras will happily tell you that himself when you meet […]

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This is the third in a series of interview from MEMORANDUM, a collaborative journal celebrating craft, community and nature. This week Harriet Walker speaks to London based grower, Alice Holden Alice Holden, 33, manages a two-acre market garden in Dagenham where, along with a pack of devoted volunteers, she grows vegetables, salad crops and tomatoes. After […]

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This is the second in a series of interviews  from MEMORANDUM, a collaborative journal celebrating craft, community and nature. This week Harriet Walker speaks to Eleanor Lakelin a London based Woodworker. “I have to exercise my hands to keep them supple” although that might also be something to do with arthritis! My wrists have to be […]

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Our new Wool Trouser is crafted from luxurious wool sourced from one of Italy’s oldest mills, the Lanificio di Tollegno mill. The history of this historic mill mirrors our own in some ways – set up in the late 19th century as a family run business, the mill is still in operation today, due to […]

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Following last week’s  Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park, the city’s galleries and museums have been producing some of their best and most exciting exhibitions of the year. One that caught our attention was Cerith Wyn Evan’s major solo show currently going on at the Serpentine Galleries. The celebrated Welsh conceptual artist, sculptor and filmmaker […]

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Shetland wool is a natural fibre, known for its quality and strength. It is the finest of all native breeds. The Shetland breed are small, hardy survivors, having endured centuries of harsh windswept conditions and a diet of sparse vegetation since the Norse settlers of the 9th century brought the native sheep to the Shetland […]

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Not many have been able to capture the spirit of 20th Century Britain quite like Edwin Smith. One of the country’s most celebrated photographers of the last century  finally gets his due at the Royal Institute of British Architects this Autumn with an extraordinary retrospective of a career that spans almost 40 years. Ordinary Beauty: […]

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The Harrington Jacket has been an emblem of youthful, pared-back cool since the 1930s. Meet the men who made it their own, from Elvis Presley to James Dean and its namesake, Peyton Place soap opera character Rodney Harrington. 1954, Elvis Presley, King Creole. At the height of his career in the 50s and 60s everything […]

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The Summer sporting season is behind us, but Gleneagles’s hotly anticipated Ryder cup is pitting the best of European and American golfers for a nail biting 3 day face off. Whilst all eyes may be on the green, we couldn’t help but take a look at some of the key players who’ve elevated golf as […]

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Now that the first days of Autumn are here, September calls for a fresh start in several aspects. You may be coming home after a summer holiday, and returning to an office, all the while the weather is starting to cool. Our latest offerings reflects these changes with a variety of rich new colours and […]

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No one knows London like Colin O’Brien. It’s a rather bold statement, but O’ Brien’s 65 year career has earned him a reputation as one of the country’s foremost street photographers. An East End boy at heart, Colin developed a passion for photographing his surrounding Clerkenwell. His first set of images, a shot of his best friends […]

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With the last days of Summer drawing closer, why not  jump in the car, grab a last minute train ticket (or even fly) to explore the wonders of the British Isles before Autumn sets in. Just to be on the safe side, why not pack an umbrella? Seaford, East Sussex East Sussex, was the setting […]

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Where does the sweatshirt come from? A mainstay of any modern wardrobe, the sweatshirt’s continuous popularity crosses all generations and social backgrounds. To get to the origins of the sweatshirt, we’ll have to venture back to 1920s Alabama, when Benjamin Russell, an owner of a women’s and children’s underwear factory was presented with a problem […]

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