Rick Pushinsky

Turnbull & Asser SS22

Mark Krayenhoff van de Leur

MJKVDL 2021

Clogs

Turnbull & Asser | Eveningwear

Portraits

Turnbull & Asser | SS2021

Frank Foster Shirts styled by David Nolan. Photo Rick Pushinsky.

Frank Foster

Sunspel | How To Spend It

Vitsœ | Inventory Magazine

Englishmen in New York | Richard James

Modern Design in Britain | Margaret Howell

Portrait of Radhika Apte

Radhika Apte

Turnbull & Asser | Silks

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MJKVDL 2021

MJKVDL 2021 from Chateau International is the first published survey of the work of architect-turned-clothing designer Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur. Shot largely in the Berlin home Mark shares with his husband, the artist AA Bronson, the book uses the language of the fashion look book to explore a deeply personal design practice in which singular garments are infused with autobiographical narratives. Mark’s one-off designs emerge from labour-intensive and formally unique processes; as Madeleine Morley writes in the book’s essay, “this open questioning of norms, commitment to materials, and holistic thinking combines to form Mark’s singular queering of Modernism, at once true to its egalitarian mission and resistant to prescriptive codification”.

Clogs
Stylist | David Nolan
Model | Safil
Suit | Chris Ruocco
Shirt | Frank Foster
Tie | Turnbull & Asser
Pin | vintage
Socks | William Abraham
Clogs | Cecile Tulkens

An ongoing project with David Nolan

Music | Tim Parkinson
Shirt | Frank Foster
Trousers | Chris Ruocco
Socks| Pantherella
Shoes | Sebastian Tarek
Cufflinks | C1930s Japanese damascene

Turnbull & Asser | Eveningwear

Portraits

Turnbull & Asser | SS2021

Styling | David Nolan

Vintage Cufflinks
Styled by David Nolan

From an ongoing project with David Nolan
Music | Tim Parkinson

Styling | David Nolan
Shirts | Frank Foster

An ongoing project with David Nolan
Music | Tim Parkinson
Watch | vintage Rolex
Shirt | Budd
Trousers | Anderson & Sheppard
Cufflinks | Edwardian citrine & silver

Sunspel | How To Spend It

“Sunspel, founded as an underwear and textile company in 1860, has already had to shift and adapt to changing circumstances. The Great Depression of 1929 prompted the business to move from its big factory in Nottingham, shipping a wide range of garments and textiles globally, to a smaller operation in Long Eaton, where it could focus exclusively on the domestic market and premium underwear in the finest Sea Island cotton. The move “was purely to survive”. Sunspel stabilised, then war broke out and the company had to change tack again, “producing utility underwear for the RAF, and long johns under the rationing stamp, CC41”, says Brooke. It went on to introduce the boxer short to Britain in 1947 and, in the 1980s, it sent teenage hearts thumping in the wake of a Levi’s TV ad featuring Nick Kamen in a launderette, stripping down to his pristine white Sunspel undies.

Despite the quality fabrics – recognised by luxury wholesale clients such as Margaret Howell, Paul Smith, Thom Browne and Japanese stores including Isetan, Beams and United Arrows…” {link to full article}

Vitsœ | Inventory Magazine

Englishmen in New York | Richard James

Margaret Howell in conversation with Ken Stradling

To accompany an exhibition of over 50 items from the Ken Stradling Collection curated by Margaret Howell, Inventory Magazine present a conversation between the collector and the designer. Shot on location in Bristol, the short film offers a glimpse into Stradling’s modern design archive, and sees the pair discuss not only the origins, but also the depth and breadth of his collection. It captures the diversity of Stradling’s surroundings and touches upon the work of Marcel Breuer for Bristol furniture manufacturer Crofton Gane.

Film | Rick Pushinsky & Tim Bowditch
Sound | Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau
Produced by Inventory

Radhika Apte

Styling | David Nolan
Makeup | Caroline Sims
Hair | Hannah Joy Bull
Radhika wears 45R & Toogood

Turnbull & Asser | Silks

Styling | David Nolan
Coat | Crombie
Shirt | Turnbull Asser
Shoes | George Cleverley
Socks | Falke
Jacket & trousers | Chris Ruocco