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TIME TO SAVE THE WORLD AGAIN? – The wristwatches of James Bond

September 7, 2015


Omega recently announced the release of their new Spectre Seamaster 300m – which follows up on the Seamaster Aqua Terra that was announced earlier in the year – both of which will adorn Daniel Craig’s wrist in the upcoming James Bond film, SPECTRE. Interestingly, both the Aqua Terra and the Spectre Seamaster have a decidedly retro […]

UREKA – The Story of a Journey That Will Keep U-Turning.

June 13, 2014


Ah, the open road. For so many of us, that long black line to the horizon spells freedom. No ties, nothing holding you back. There’s only you, this moment, and the promise of unknown adventure ahead. At least, that’s the theory. If you have a secret yearning for the Easy Rider life, or you’ve taken […]

Mulberry: The Book – Mulberry celebrate 40 years of luxury and style.

May 8, 2011


Over the last few years, Mulberry has established itself as a quirky, yet quintessentially English luxury brand. It has managed to be seen as flirty, feminine and fun, whilst at the same time, practical, elegant and chic; appealing to both those with a developed taste, as well as the younger, edgier trendsetters. This delicate balancing […]

Open the cover on The Secret Life of Words.

July 24, 2010


Ever wondered about the origins of our words? Just what is it that makes English such an adaptable, fluid language? Well, wonder no more, because, thankfully, Henry Hitchings has written a wonderful volume on just this very subject, delving into the rich history of the English language. This is by no means the first book to […]

Askew views – Alan Fletcher’s Art of Looking Sideways

May 8, 2010


Where to start with The Art of Looking Sideways? Well, the answer is pretty much anywhere. A compilation of thoughts, ideas and observations from legendary graphic designer Alan Fletcher, this is not a book that requires reading from start to finish, more of  a lucky dip which you can open at random to discover something new […]