Inspiration

The agenda

A round up of the top ten art pieces you want to own according to our latest survey

Meet the Artist

We catch up with the iconic Fashion Illustrator Anne Zielinski-Old. We talk about the frill of the eighties, the music, her endless inspiration and the changing role of fashion illustration over the years

Events

As part of our Riviera Style collection at the Fashion & Textile Museum we’re delighted to present: French Riviera in the 20th Century in conversation with Lucinda Gosling. Plus Vintage Styling & Collecting by Naomi Thompson. A fashionable getaway destination frequented by artists and writers such as Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald and Picasso, join us to take a tour with historical specialist, … Continue reading Travel to 20th Century French Riviera →

Introducing

The definition of monochrome chic, Andy Warhol’s Stockholm posters have become something of a cult phenomenon

Trends & Ideas

Six ideas on how to decorate your child’s bedroom, because everybody likes to mess around

Trends & Ideas

How to work abstract art prints on your wall? Here are five things to consider...

Spotlight

From London’s East End to the back streets of Barcelona and the skyscrapers of Tokyo, street art can be found wherever you look.

Introducing

Transporting you back to the magic of childhood, meet our new collection of vintage Flower Fairies

The agenda

We’ve got some very exciting news to share! This summer, we’re teaming up with the Fashion and Textile Museum to bring you Riviera Style: Resort & Swimwear Since 1900

Meet the Artist

Sunil Pawar: his inspirations, the art tools he can’t live without and what’s on the menu for dinner

Trends & Ideas

How to work big prints into your home? Our five top tips for choosing art which makes a bold and beautiful statement

Spotlight

Discover the remarkable story behind Klimt’s famous portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer – the woman in gold

Introducing

To celebrate our exclusive collection of Vintage Ladybird prints we’ve put together a short film documenting the magic, nostalgia and brilliance of the humble Ladybird book