Every week the Journal team share the very best of what they’ve been reading, watching and listening to on everything from fashion and design to wellness and food.


Forget Stranger Things, Abstract: The art of design is the new Netflix original series we can’t wait for. The series introduces the work of eight designers including Bjarke Ingels, Es Devlin and Platon.

As our new year’s resolution to get healthier and fitter becomes harder to stick to, Stella McCartney for Adidas spurs us on with her new collection. Finally we want to go to the gym, even if it is just to wear our new workout kit.

2017’s city of culture, Hull, is playing host to art collective Blast Theory’s ambitious new project ‘2097: we made ourselves over’ which imagines a realistic image of what the world will be like in 80 years.

Rick Owen’s unique fashion aesthetic is not hard to spot and his runway shows always a spectacle. Dazed’s A to Z of the designer is a great to find out more about this enigmatic artist.

We all have our vices but thankfully Byrdie has given us this handy list of how to stop them ruining your skin.

This week was Hong Kong Fashion Week, one of the biggest fashion events in Asia. Not Just a Label’s review of young designers from the week is the best we’ve found.

Thankfully blue Monday has been and gone but winter is beginning to take its toll. We love The Telegraph’s guide to beating the back to work blues.

As dry January draws to a close, we’re getting excited to try some new and innovative cocktails this year. These menus, which avoid words and instead use images and scents, are really beautiful.

Theresa May has been granted one of the biggest honours in the fashion world and is gracing the cover of US Vogue this year, the only British Prime Minister to do so. We’re excited to see the images when they’re realised, taken by the outstanding Annie Leibovitz.

Comment below your favourite website or article this week.

Image by Aga Putra

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