London: The Library

Posted on June 9, 2005 Under Travel

I'm not exactly sure why they call "The Library" on Brompton Road in Chelsea, a library, because the only book I saw was Hardy Blechman's DPM/Disruptive Pattern Material book on a a shelf surrounded in Maharishi clothing. The Library, since…

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London: myhotels

Posted on June 8, 2005 Under Travel

During my time in London I'm staying at one of the myhotels, which is always a nice treat. The hotel was created to take hospitality to the next level through customization and unparalleled service. Before you arrive you fill out…

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Posted on March 4, 2005 Under Design

I don't usually cover much of the designer toy movement--it's not that I don't like the products it's just that I think there is far too much to cover. Although with that said I thought this one was far too…

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Triad eShop

Posted on February 14, 2005 Under Fashion

Triads is an online shop featuring some of the hard to find goods like Maharishi, Evisu, Yohiji Yamamoto's Y3 Line for Adidas and more. The Triad flagship store is in the UK, but luckily they've got dozens of styles for…

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Thorsten van Elten

Posted on December 30, 2004 Under Design

London based Thorston van Elten has some really great products for sale, like these thought bubble t-shirts by Marti Guixé. Others include the Perfectly Folded Shirt, a button down that is stitched in such a way that it can be…

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