Get with the Purple

Well, something has become plainly evident. We don’t do purple.

When Pantone announced ‘Ultra Violet’ as their Pantone Colour of 2018 yesterday, we collectively started trawling round for evidence of how successfully we have used purple recently. And, erm…we haven’t.

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Award Winning Dollar Bay

It’s been a pretty good week for events in our calendar, especially when it comes to the Fingers Crossed/Will We Won’t We variety of event. The last seven days have bought the opportunity for Helen and I to attend two prestigious award ceremonies with the hopes of winning further accolades for our work for Mount Anvil at the impressive Dollar Bay in Canary Wharf.

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Suna Session with Mineheart

We were delighted when Vanessa Battaglia, one half of the playful designing duo, Young & Battaglia agreed to answer our Suna Session questions! Together with Brendan Young, her husband, they are also the founding partners of the inspiring British interiors brand, Mineheart. Excitingly, they have very recently launched a new range with artist Jacky Tsai, the Jacky Tsai for Mineheart collection.

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Fashion-eering

Continuing the recent theme of going places where people wear very silly shoes (see Exhibition-eering)  Helen and I ventured to the London Fashion Week Festival,   a tag-on event to London Fashion Week proper, where everyday folks can dress up in their own versions of high fashion, wear silly shoes, watch fashion shows and make like Edina and Patsy in the champagne bar. We partook of the champagne but bypassed the silly shoe requirement.

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Suna Session with Bill Amberg

Today we're chatting to leather extraordinaire, Bill Amberg in our second #SunaSession interview. Over the last 30 years the Bill Amberg Studio has been exploring the possibilities of leather. From 'bags and accessories to commercial interiors and residential applications'. Savvy with both new and traditional leatherwork techniques in a wide range of locations and contexts, their team of artisans employs age-old methods to create beautiful, contemporary leatherwork. 

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