Interview with Freight Train UK, the London-based DJ duo on the cusp of their best year yet.
He’s one of the founding father’s of London’s spoken word scene, was the first young poet to win the London Mayor’s Poetry Slam with his poem “Anthropos” in 2002 and, in 2015, he won the Groucho Maverick Award. Introducing Anthony Anaxagorou.
Breathless from his performance in the National’s From Morning To Midnight just minutes earlier, Zack hops into our meeting room in jeans and a t-shirt and slides into the armchair to my right. “Sorry,” he grins, “Shall we get started?”
Beaucoup Fashion House is a fashion-forward label from Toronto.
London-based streetwear brand Educate Elevate are set to release their much-anticipated winter collection this week. What I love about this brand is their message: Educate the Mind, Elevate the Grind, and the importance they place on manufacturing in the UK.
SPOTLIGHT is the chance for you to discover the very best streetwear brands via a series of quickfire questions and a showcase of the founder’s favourite pieces, followed by my own. This week, I’m putting the spotlight on Tainted Clothing, New York…
Creo is a spoken-word poet and hip-hop artist from Toronto. I caught up with him after one of the Toronto Poetry Slam evenings and I picked his brains about the difference between rap and spoken-word, race poems, and the pressure of following Drake.
Since being scouted a year and a half ago, 21 year old Reece Sanders has modelled all over the world for the likes of Dior, Vogue, Paul Smith and Topman. He’s also best friends with Rascal Clothing founder, Jack Allen. Fresh from Paris Fashion Week, we caught up with him at the Rascal Clothing Launch Party in London last week.