Posts tagged London
Evolution, Not Revolution: An Interview with David Koma

The year 2017 was an active year full of uproar and discord, both in fashion and in the world at large. Some of this was the natural progress of time, with fashion companies moving to younger, more forward-looking creative directors in search of new visions for their brand; other changes have felt more abrupt. The Maison of Thierry Mugler, however, was, not surprisingly, ahead of the game, having appointed the Georgian-born young designer David Koma as the artistic director in late 2013.

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The Wit of Travel

George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “The great advantage of a hotel is that it is a refuge from home life.” These days, for both the business and pleasure traveler, hotels can be a mixed bag of luxury amenities and basic conveniences. Few hotels are a destination unto themselves and even fewer involve any sort of mental stimulation. Sometimes it is as if the explosion of low-cost carriers and the sheer volume of travel options have taken all the personality and indeed exclusivity out of travel.

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