Arte & Arquitectura

Wallpaper March 2020

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wallpaper @wallpapermag @wallpapermag Editorial Editor-in-Chief Sarah Douglas Senior Editor Nick Compton Executive Editor Bridget Downing Commissioning Editor TF Chan Executive Assistant to Sarah Douglas & Special Projects Coordinator Danaï Loukas Art Guest Art Directors B.A.M. Deputy Art Director Anne-Laure Fuchs Designer Ben Rimmer Junior Designer Daniel Faltys Intern Gabriela Sprunt Photography 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 Interiors Director Amy Heffernan Interiors Editor Hannah Jordan Deputy Interiors Editor Olly Mason Interiors Coordinator Jacqui Scalamera Interns Genevieve Gibson Melissanthe Panagiotopoulou Travel Travel Editor Lauren Ho Entertaining/Beauty Entertaining Director Melina Keays Beauty & Grooming Editor Mary Cleary Fashion Fashion Content Director Isabelle Kountoure Fashion Editor Jason Hughes Fashion Features Editor Laura Hawkins Assistant Fashion Market Editor Marianne Kakko Fashion Assistant Aylin Bayhan Bookings Editor Tracy Gilbert Intern Josefin Forsberg Watches & Jewellery Watches & Jewellery Director Caragh McKay Assistant Watches & Jewellery Editor Hannah Silver Transport & Technology Transport & Technology Editor Jonathan Bell 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 Harriet Lloyd-Smith Senior Digital Designer Fraser Clark Digital & Social Media Coordinator Katie Meston Digital & Social Media Assistant Phoebe Gardner Web Developers Aidas…

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ROBERT LONGO Artist A leading protagonist of the Pictures Generation, Longo is best known for his Men in the Cities charcoal-and-graphite drawings of sharply attired men and women in flailing motion. They came to typify the 1980s and continue to be a staple of fashion stylists’ mood boards. His evocatively named ‘blood and guts’ pasta features in our artist recipe series (page 202) and he is currently preparing for exhibitions at Guild Hall, East Hampton, and Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, LA. HARRIET QUICK Writer Quick penned our story on three iconic fashion brands that have stood the test of time (page 082). ‘I was struck by the shared resilience, tenacity and adaptability that have contributed to the longevity and success of these brands,’ she says. Mostly based in London (though ‘imaginatively’, she is ‘in many places…

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the long game

Welcome to our biannual Style Special, which focuses on the S/S20 fashion collections, and celebrates fresh talent and standout looks that have sparked our imagination this season. To kick things off, we’re turning the spotlight on three perennial favourites: Margaret Howell, Sportmax and Paul Smith. In a world of passing fads, hype and hysteria, it’s important to recognise these admirable brands, which, each in their own way, have subtly redefined fashion, championed design, and are now proudly celebrating their 50-year anniversaries. It’s hard to imagine a world without these brands – the people behind them have been pioneers for five decades and have built their own businesses by actually being in the shops, building relationships with their customers. They are endlessly curious, intelligent and insist they are fashion with a small…

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fake news

Exotic mock-croc ensembles looked snappy on the spring catwalks as brands – from Rejina Pyo to Sies Marjan, Bottega Veneta to Nanushka – scaled new heights with pieces made from seductive skin-free fabrics. ‘The material gets worked manually with a knife, giving an extremely realistic effect,’ says accessories aficionado Giuseppe Zanotti of the crocodile skin-like pieces in his S/S20 designs. ‘It brings a reimagined take to my signature elegance.’ Other techniques currently being used by fashion brands for ethically conscious, elegant embellishments include embossing leather or printing scales on silk. These mules, coats and bags will be slithering onto your must-have list this season.…

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lines of descent

Referencing artists Bridget Riley and Daniel Buren as inspiration, Charles Sébline’s eponymous shirt brand features an eye-catching line-up of styles in a smorgasbord of stripes. ‘I should probably be psychoanalysed for my stripe obsession,’ he laughs. ‘I’m addicted!’ The Anglo-French designer founded his label in 2019 and is strongly infuenced by his heritage. ‘My first job was in Yves Saint Laurent’s haute couture atelier in the late 1990s,’ he says. ‘French craft inspired me to look at a button collar and work out a new way to present it.’ Meanwhile, London-born couturier Bunny Roger, who established his dressmaking business in 1937 and worked for Hardy Amies, inspired Sébline’s Breton-stripe bib shirt. ‘He was a friend of my grandmother and an extraordinary dandy,’ says Sébline. ‘I like playing with ease and…

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strike a cord

Spotted casting a mysterious glow at Dutch Design Week last October, the ‘Spun Prism’ light made its debut as part of Hybrid Times, the inaugural exhibition of Dutch gallery and creative platform Form Editions. Part of a series exploring the potential of thread, a barely visible material, to produce volumes of light, it was designed by Umut Yamac, a British architect and designer with Turkish heritage. Offering a three-dimensional tapestry of light, colour and volume, these works, which also include ‘Spun Beam’ and ‘Spun Halo’, explore how cord can form dynamic volumes through tension. Made from mercerised cotton and copper, the handwoven cords of ‘Spun Prism’ are held tight by the weight of the linear elements, which in turn generate the form of three nesting prisms suspended mid-air. Varying in…