Art & Culture

Richard Allman-Brown

We visited musician and Flax London enthusiast, Richard Allman-Brown, at his home in West London to talk about different routes to music success, live performances, and his creative process.
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Richard Allman-Brown
Howe x Flax London
Howe x Flax London
We've collaborated with bespoke furniture maker and antiques dealer, Christoper Howe, to create four totally unique Patchwork Railway Jackets, using a collection of 150+ year old dowry linens sourced from antique markets in France and Belgium.
Miranda Latimer
Miranda Latimer
We visited our next-door neighbour and linen enthusiast, Miranda Latimer, at her studio in Vanguard Court to talk pottery, materiality, and her personal style.
Workwear is the key to the gender-free wardrobe we all deserve.
Workwear is the key to the gender-free wardrobe we all deserve.
Written by Nick Carvell, leading fashion and lifestyle journalist who was GQ’s Associate Style Editor and has contributed to the Telegraph, Evening Standard and Vogue. Above all else though he is passionate about men’s style. 
Georgia Spray
Georgia Spray
Founder of Partnership Editions - "I'd rather let the art in my life do the talking, and stick to wearing plain or paired down colours over lots of pattern."
William Smalley
William Smalley
Architect - “Fit, longevity, and rightness – clothes tell you when they’re right.”
Guy Haddon-Grant
Guy Haddon-Grant
Artist & Sculptor - “I’d like more of a style but in spite of my best intentions, everything ends up in the studio covered in plaster.”
Tom Hobden
Tom Hobden
We joined musician and strings virtuoso, Tom Hobden, at his flat in King’s Cross and for a stroll down to Lamb’s Conduit Street to talk about the Aussie rock renaissance, life on tour, and Florence in February.
Tejumola Butler Adenuga
Tejumola Butler Adenuga
We sat down with London-based multi-disciplinary artist and designer Tejumola Butler Adenuga to discuss his philosophy for design and style, his love of unusual materials, and designing for Tinie Tempah.
Richard Allman-Brown
Richard Allman-Brown
We visited musician and Flax London enthusiast, Richard Allman-Brown, at his home in West London to talk about different routes to music success, live performances, and his creative process.
Howe x Flax London
Howe x Flax London
We've collaborated with bespoke furniture maker and antiques dealer, Christoper Howe, to create four totally unique Patchwork Railway Jackets, using a collection of 150+ year old dowry linens sourced from antique markets in France and Belgium.
Miranda Latimer
Miranda Latimer
We visited our next-door neighbour and linen enthusiast, Miranda Latimer, at her studio in Vanguard Court to talk pottery, materiality, and her personal style.
Workwear is the key to the gender-free wardrobe we all deserve.
Workwear is the key to the gender-free wardrobe we all deserve.
Written by Nick Carvell, leading fashion and lifestyle journalist who was GQ’s Associate Style Editor and has contributed to the Telegraph, Evening Standard and Vogue. Above all else though he is passionate about men’s style. 
Georgia Spray
Georgia Spray
Founder of Partnership Editions - "I'd rather let the art in my life do the talking, and stick to wearing plain or paired down colours over lots of pattern."
William Smalley
William Smalley
Architect - “Fit, longevity, and rightness – clothes tell you when they’re right.”
Guy Haddon-Grant
Guy Haddon-Grant
Artist & Sculptor - “I’d like more of a style but in spite of my best intentions, everything ends up in the studio covered in plaster.”
Tom Hobden
Tom Hobden
We joined musician and strings virtuoso, Tom Hobden, at his flat in King’s Cross and for a stroll down to Lamb’s Conduit Street to talk about the Aussie rock renaissance, life on tour, and Florence in February.
Tejumola Butler Adenuga
Tejumola Butler Adenuga
We sat down with London-based multi-disciplinary artist and designer Tejumola Butler Adenuga to discuss his philosophy for design and style, his love of unusual materials, and designing for Tinie Tempah.