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The Pride of Ussher

21/01/2020 Escape visual culture

The Pride of Ussher

Between the colorful bazaars of Accra, Ghana lies two small neighborhoods that, over the decades, have become breeding grounds for international boxing champions. Having gained a window into their world, Antoine Jonquière explains why boxing is a matter of pride and hope.
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Floria Sigismondi Celebrates Book Launch In Los Angeles

13/01/2020 design & fashion visual culture

Floria Sigismondi Celebrates Book Launch In Los Angeles

Italian-Canadian artist and filmmaker Floria Sigismondi took to LA’s iconic Chateau Marmont to celebrate the release of Eat the Sun, an evening hosted by Dakota Fanning and Gucci.
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Livable Minimalism Meets Layers of History

09/01/2020 architecture & interior

Livable Minimalism Meets Layers of History

Whatever the secret is to Arquitectura-G’s particular brand of livable minimalism, it is growing ever more popular with clients both locally and internationally. Featured in our The Home Upgrade book, we delve into the Barcelona-based architecture studio.
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A Day Below Stockholm

08/01/2020 architecture & interior visual culture

A Day Below Stockholm

For nearly six decades, Stockholm’s metro art installations have worked as a social experiment to its commuters and tourists. David Altrath guides us into the majestic tunnels and cave-like flux that forms one of the world’s most unique transit systems.
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The Scent of Sophistication

11/12/2019 design & fashion

The Scent of Sophistication

Veteran perfumer Lyn Harris has a classically trained nose and cult following for her brand Perfumer H. Delve into her story as featured in The Essence, from learning in Paris to mastering modern elegance in London.
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The Last Bang Bang Men of Chongqing by Ken Hermann

07/12/2019 visual culture

The Last Bang Bang Men of Chongqing

For centuries the Bang Bang men have transported the weight of Chongqing on their shoulders, today they face extinction as numbers dwindle from the city rapidly modernizes around them. Danish photographer Ken Hermann talks us through this ancient culture on the brink of extinction.
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