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Section D, 154

Tuesday 23 September

We look back at more of the London Design Festival, and talk with furniture designers B&B Italia, Alberto Alessi and the minds behind Hay in Copenhagen. Plus, we visit the Milovanov workshop in Moscow, Jane Packer florist’s…

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Design / Property

Hunt for a home

Issue 77

Built as a hunting lodge in the 1930s and seized by the SS during the Second World War, Villa St Martin in Alsace has a colourful history. Now an idyllic family home, its Bauhaus and art deco architectural styles

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Design

Section D, 153

Tuesday 16 September

As London Design Festival kicks off we meet some of the young designers showing off their wares. Plus we head to the new Berlin home of eyewear brand Mykita and in Turkey we take a look at local summer houses.

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Design / Fashion

Look at me!

Wednesday 10 September

New York Fashion Week seems to have become less about the clothes and more about the spectacle – and is poorer for it, says Megan Billings.

New York is coming to the tail end of another Fashion Week, which means there are a lot of hungry people around. I’m not referring to the models: I mean the stylists, editors, bloggers and even designers. They are all much…

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Design

Section D, 152

Tuesday 9 September

Maison&Objet special: Section D producer David Plaisant takes a tour of the best of the design fair in Paris, with contributions from British designer Tom Dixon, Sheridan Coakley of SCP, mayor of Miami Beach Philip Levine…

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Design / Fashion

Bespoke in the wheel

Friday 5 September

Be it tailored suits or sparkling taps, Andrew Tuck has discovered that everything has a use-by date – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Some things are fashion; some things are investments. Aren’t they? A while back I had a bit of a bespoke suit moment. I would go to the tailors a couple of times a year, swoon over a window-pane check, pick some nice lining…

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Design

Section D, 151

Tuesday 2 September

A look at British Brutalist architecture as Tom Morris meets the designer of a new Barbican-themed computer game, Edward Mascarenhas. We also climb London’s Trellick Tower to talk bags with Ally Capellino, present the…

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Design

Section D, 150

Tuesday 26 August

A workspace-design special as we delve into Monocle’s brand new book The Monocle Guide to Good Business and visit the offices of Frieze in London, Wonderwall in Tokyo and Mach Architektur in Zürich. Plus, we go shopping for…

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Design / Fashion

Made to last

Issue 76

With whole towns in Italy dedicated to producing a single item, be it eyewear, silk or shoes, it’s clear why the big names in fashion continue to rely on the expertise of the country’s specialised craftsmen.

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