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.
Last week was New York Fashion Week AW17 and as we unfortunately couldn’t be there, we have been glued to our screens catching up on the highlights. This list by Wallpaper has a great roundup picked by their womenswear editor.
British designer Lee Broom has partnered with Wedgwood to create this postmodernist inspired collection of Jasperware, a type of pottery created by Wedgwood in the 1770s. The range is exclusively sold in Harrods and features a timeless black and white striped design with elements of bright colour.
It-girl and all round creative genius Chloe Sevigny has directed the thirteenth instalment of Miu Miu’s Women’s Tales series and we love it! The short film entitled Carmen follows comedian Carmen Lynch and paints a powerful portrayal of the lonely artist. A must see.
French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux turned a 2,000sqm exhibition space at the National Art Centre of Tokyo into a kaleidoscopic forest of 60,000 multi-coloured paper numbers with each layer visualising the decade of the future. Does someone want to come with us to Japan?
This collage art by San Diego based Andrew McGranahan has caught our eye this week. His works are inspired by ancient history, science fiction and Surrealism and uses vintage magazines and books to create his pieces. We want one for our office.
Comment below your favourite website or article this week.
Image is Forest of Numbers by Emmanuelle Moureaux. Photo by Daisuke Shima.