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Wallpaper October 2019

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Wallpaper.com facebook.com/wallpapermagazine @wallpapermag @wallpapermag Editorial Editor-in-Chief Sarah Douglas Senior Editor Nick Compton Executive Editor Bridget Downing Commissioning Editor TF Chan Editorial Assistant Harriet Lloyd-Smith Executive Assistant to Sarah Douglas & Special Projects Coordinator Danaï Loukas Art Art Director Jessica Rose Senior Designer Anne-Laure Fuchs Junior Designers Alex Ranson, Ben Rimmer, Ryan Wooding Intern Daniel Faltys Photography Acting Photography Producer Carly Gray Photography Director Holly Hay Photography Editor Olivia-Rose Hazeldine Assistant Photography Editor Sophie Gladstone Architecture / Design Architecture Editor Ellie Stathaki Acting Design Editor Alice Morby Design Editor Rosa Bertoli Assistant Architecture Editor Harriet Thorpe Interiors / Entertaining Interiors Director Amy Heffernan Entertaining Director Melina Keays Interiors Stylist Matthew Morris Junior Interiors Stylist Olly Mason Interiors Coordinator Jacqui Scalamera Interns Roberto Sideris, Rosie Henley Travel Travel Editor Lauren Ho Fashion Fashion Content Director Isabelle Kountoure Fashion Editor Jason Hughes Fashion Market Editor Camille Kolb Fashion & Jewellery News Editor Laura Hawkins Bookings Editor Tracy Gilbert Fashion Assistant Aylin Bayhan Intern Morgane Nyfeler Watches & Jewellery Watches & Jewellery Director Caragh McKay Assistant Watches & Jewellery Editor Hannah Silver Beauty / Lifestyle Beauty & Lifestyle Director Emma Moore Intern Emi Eleode Production Production Editor Anne Soward Sub Editor Léa Teuscher Wallpaper* Digital Digital Director Tilly Macalister-Smith Digital Editor Elly Parsons Head of Social Media Fiona Mahon Design Editor, Digital Sujata Burman Arts Editor, Digital Jessica Klingelfuss Senior Digital Designer Fraser Clark Junior Digital Designer Charlotte Andrew Digital…

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WILLIAM KENTRIDGE Artist Kentridge stands alongside El Anatsui (page 188) as one of the great African artists of our time, equally adept at apocalyptic visions (like his recent production of Alban Berg’s opera Wozzeck) and jubilant celebrations of human resilience (the eightscreen installation More Sweetly Play the Dance, a comment on the refugee crisis). His sole Véronique, a classic French dish with an indulgent vermouth sauce, features in this month’s Artist’s Palate (page 402). ARI MARCOPOULOS Photographer The Dutch-born Marcopoulos, who splits his time between Brooklyn and Karystos, is known for his raw, intimate portraits of the world’s most familiar faces. He went inside the New York studio of artist Jenny Holzer, where the creative magic for her guest editor section was unfolding in real time (page 319). ‘It was cool because I got to…

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editor’s letter

Heavy hitters Welcome to our biggest and most anticipated issue of the year, weighing in at 1.5kg, a bumper 404 pages. It’s also the most special – as we’ve handed over the reins to two guest editors, as per Wallpaper* tradition. This year’s headliners are fashion designer Hussein Chalayan and conceptual artist Jenny Holzer, both trailblazing talents, industry heavyweights and our longtime cultural heroes. Each guest editor has delved into topics close to their heart. Chalayan’s section is a triple bill – a photographic portfolio of his new and archival designs, shot by Brigitte Niedermair and celebrating his 25 years in fashion; profiles of artists and choreographers who have shaped his creative universe; and a tour of his hometown of Northern Nicosia, where entrepreneurs are making bold strides to overcome economic and…

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Scene stealers We like a bag that keeps us in suspense Hitchcock’s heroines – think The Birds’ Melanie Daniels, Vertigo’s Madeleine Elster and The Man Who Knew Too Much’s Josephine Conway McKenna – often favoured a rigid boxy handbag with gold hardware when fleeing from murderous crows, obsessive acrophobics or assassins. For a limelight-stealing accessories update, we recommend investing in something similar. Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo and Herm’s provide blockbuster versions in muted tones or tweed with vintage-focused clasps. They’ll have you feeling like a leading lady (just don’t pack any bird feed).…

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born again

LDF PREVIEW 2019 In 1966, designers Peter Banks and David Heeley set up Banks Heeley Plastics, pioneering the use of Perspex to create critically acclaimed furniture collections. Banks’ daughter Penny has now chosen to re-release a range of designs in a more environmentally conscious material called Green Cast, which is made from 100 per cent recycled acrylic. ‘We extensively researched the original production methods to ensure we remained true to the actual methods used in the 1960s,’ she says. The limited-edition collection will include lounge seating, dining tables, clocks and lighting. PB Originals launches at the London Design Fair, 19-22 September, pboriginals.co.uk…

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toast masters

The trend for blurring the boundaries between lowand high-brow feasting continues at Morty & Bob’s, in London’s King’s Cross. The café-bar is currently making a meal of the cheese toastie, including putting on toastie and wine pairing evenings. ‘Things to consider when choosing the right cheese for toasties include its relationship to heat,’ says owner Charlie Phillips. ‘High quality and aged vintage hard cheese will turn to oil so, if you want that rich, tangy flavour, use it with another cheese that can offer some stability in the heat.’ Phillips would pair a toastie with a crisp, cold rosé or light red, while Alex Lambert, cellar manager at cheesemonger Paxton & Whitfield, offers further guidelines. ‘When cheese is melted, the flavours become more intense, and the change in texture makes…