Art & Culture

In conversation with Christopher Howe.

We sat down with bespoke furniture maker and antiques dealer, Christopher Howe, to quiz him on his approach to design, his unwavering dedication to vintage fabrics, and the philosophies that have made him a stalwart in the interiors industry for decades. 
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In conversation with Christopher Howe.
Sustainability, distilled
Sustainability, distilled
Rethinking whisky production. Words by Bruichladdich's Head Distiller, Adam Hannett.
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.
A sumptuous summer lunch with Jeremy Lee
A sumptuous summer lunch with Jeremy Lee
Words by Jeremy Lee, Chef Proprietor at Quo Vadis in Soho, whose unique turn of phrase, generosity of time and exceptionally good taste has made him one of London's most beloved chefs.
Black Colourway
Black Colourway
Fashion's most steadfast colour.
New Smock on the block
New Smock on the block
The launch of the new Grass Green Smock felt like the perfect time to explore one of our favourite styles. 
Repair, don't replace
Repair, don't replace
Instead of buying something on a whim because it's heavily discounted, think about breathing new life into something you already own, a favourite shirt that's blown at the elbow, a pair of jeans worn through the crotch, or a jacket missing a button. 
Jack Millington
Jack Millington
Co-Founder of Billy Tannery - “Our whole reason for starting was a discovery that not one goatskin was being tanned in the UK.”
An Ode to the Railway Jacket
An Ode to the Railway Jacket
As colder weather creeps towards us, we turn our attention to the Heavyweight Railway Jacket. A wardrobe workhorse whose versatility as a standalone jacket or mid-layer makes it a firm winter favourite.
Freddie Elborne
Freddie Elborne
Eyewear Designer - "A great pair of glasses can change your life by helping you look good and feel exceptional.”
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.
Introducing the Linen Bomber
Introducing the Linen Bomber
A perennially cool item since it's introduction as a military jacket in the early-mid 20th century, the Bomber Jacket is one of those styles that just doesn't go out of fashion. A perfect addition to our permanent collection.
In conversation with Christopher Howe.
In conversation with Christopher Howe.
We sat down with bespoke furniture maker and antiques dealer, Christopher Howe, to quiz him on his approach to design, his unwavering dedication to vintage fabrics, and the philosophies that have made him a stalwart in the interiors industry for decades. 
Sustainability, distilled
Sustainability, distilled
Rethinking whisky production. Words by Bruichladdich's Head Distiller, Adam Hannett.
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.
A sumptuous summer lunch with Jeremy Lee
A sumptuous summer lunch with Jeremy Lee
Words by Jeremy Lee, Chef Proprietor at Quo Vadis in Soho, whose unique turn of phrase, generosity of time and exceptionally good taste has made him one of London's most beloved chefs.
Black Colourway
Black Colourway
Fashion's most steadfast colour.
New Smock on the block
New Smock on the block
The launch of the new Grass Green Smock felt like the perfect time to explore one of our favourite styles. 
Repair, don't replace
Repair, don't replace
Instead of buying something on a whim because it's heavily discounted, think about breathing new life into something you already own, a favourite shirt that's blown at the elbow, a pair of jeans worn through the crotch, or a jacket missing a button. 
Jack Millington
Jack Millington
Co-Founder of Billy Tannery - “Our whole reason for starting was a discovery that not one goatskin was being tanned in the UK.”
An Ode to the Railway Jacket
An Ode to the Railway Jacket
As colder weather creeps towards us, we turn our attention to the Heavyweight Railway Jacket. A wardrobe workhorse whose versatility as a standalone jacket or mid-layer makes it a firm winter favourite.
Freddie Elborne
Freddie Elborne
Eyewear Designer - "A great pair of glasses can change your life by helping you look good and feel exceptional.”
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.
Introducing the Linen Bomber
Introducing the Linen Bomber
A perennially cool item since it's introduction as a military jacket in the early-mid 20th century, the Bomber Jacket is one of those styles that just doesn't go out of fashion. A perfect addition to our permanent collection.