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Tuesday 25 November

We get our sketch books out as the Royal Drawing School celebrates its recent rebranding, head to Mexico City where American graphic-designer Lance Wyman is much revered, we also get the latest design news from Hong Kong…

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Tuesday 18 November

What does it take to design a new train? We speak to Fabio Filippini of Pininfarina, which has just unveiled its new Eurostar carriages. We also take a tour of Oliver Spencer's new Shoreditch shop and find out about Finnish…

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Design / Fashion

Womenswear Heroes

November 2014

In a saturated market it can be hard to find original fashion that doesn't scream or shout. Monocle films visits a trio of womenswear designers in London, Brussels and Copenhagen that are daring women to dress differently…

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Design

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Tuesday 11 November

All the highlights from the Istanbul Design Biennal, plus we hear the latest on Japan’s national stadium plans, explore a book devoted to Danish silversmith Georg Jensen and visit Eley Kishimoto’s London studio.

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Tuesday 4 November

David Plaisant gets a lesson in fashion illustration with Stuart McKenzie. We also return to UN headquarters to find out about Norway's design legacy, take a tour of the Orgatec office-furniture fair in Köln and use a water…

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Design / Architecture

If it ain’t broke

Friday 31 October

Hong Kong seems to determined to tear all its buildings down and start again; Aisha Speirs cites Battersea Power Station as an electrifying example of why not to.

Last night, atop Pier Seven at Hong Kong island’s landmark Star Ferry terminal, a large crowd gathered to toast another historic waterside building thousands of miles away. Having sat derelict for three decades, London’s…

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Tuesday 28 October

This week David Plaisant visits the Biennale Interieur in Belgium, our New York bureau chief explores the recently refurbished UN headquarters and we go to South Korea for the new-look Seoul Fashion Week.

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