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David Gill's Enduring Vision

When it comes to London design, few have wielded a greater influence on its immediate history than David Gill. The opening of his eponymous gallery back in 1987 arguably marked the first commercial space of its kind in the capital, one that, in championing local design, helped lay the groundwork for London's current status as one of the key design hubs of the world.

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A Sneak Preview of Bruno Moinard's New Tome: 'From Line to Light'

It’s a grey October afternoon in Paris, the sky’s sombre hue an extension of the city’s iconic zinc rooftops, and Bruno Moinard, seated at a white bean-shaped desk in his oval-shaped Haussmanian office on Avenue Montaigne, is leafing through a stack of unbound pages from his new book: ‘Bruno Moinard, From Line to Light’. 

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In Bed With Tyler Alexandra Ellis

The celebrated handbag designer indulges in some pilllow talk at London hotspot, The Arts Club...

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EL Wrap - PAD London

Each October, London's Berkeley Square becomes a mecca for designers, artists, and major collectors, its position elevated beyond the ordinary by the arrival of the French fair PAD (Pavilion of Art and Design), which is timed to coincide with Frieze and Frieze Masters.

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Five Minutes With Fran Hickman

"Weirdly I don’t love 'stuff', which is quite a strange thing for an interior designer. I’m not that materialistic, but I’m really particular about what I do."

— Fran Hickman  

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In Bath With
Jean-Louis Deniot

"I like bathrooms to be as least bathroom-y as possible."

— Jean-Louis Deniot  

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London Design Festival Wrap

“The more virtual we are, the more we crave physical” — Ilse Crawford

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MORPHO + LUNA
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Marilyn Monroe might famously have slept in nothing but a dab of Chanel No. 5, but there are those of us who prefer to retire to bed in more significant attire. Take Cécile Gavazzi Daccò and Carola Botto Voli who, upon noticing that England suffered from a dearth of the kind of classic and beautifully designed nightwear that they were accustomed to finding in their native Italy decided to redress the balance. Morpho + Luna launched in London in 2014, with cornerstones of “natural fabrics, comfort and elegance,” positioned as “a brand for people who like beautiful sleepwear, something that fits into both a modern and traditional environment, that looks elegant both in a New York loft and an English country house”. 

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Ennio Capasa’s Milan

“With Expo Milano, there’s been a kind of a renaissance of addresses in Milan”

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CREEL AND GOW

“Our idea was to travel to places around the world and find unusual, one-of-a-kind things that came from nature and that nobody else would have,” says Jamie Creel, co-founder of Creel and Gow, a modern day cabinet of curiosities specializing in pieces that come from, or were inspired by, Mother Nature, ranging from tribal finds to silvered fruits and rock crystal spheres. In an interview in his sprawling Paris apartment, located a hop away from the Beaux-Arts, and filled with Creel and Gow treasures and antique finds, Creel talks to Esensual Living about the house’s wild and wonderful world.

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