Life & Style

February 5, 2016

The Weekly Edit

Including spring stripes from Comme des Garcons, Dries van Noten mules, and a marble Morena Ratti vase

  • Written by Amuse Team
  1. 1. Dries Van Noten Mules

    We predicted this before K-Hole, Emoji fashion is going to be big. These mules in neon fuchsia not only look like our favourite sassy emoji but they look mad comfortable. Wear with socks until it gets warmer. £315 brownsfashion.com

  2. 2. Sarah M Harrison Signed Art Book

    All The Things by Sarah M Harrison is a “new age grunge art piece” – part-prose, part-poetry, it’s a loves story told by the performance artist in a stream of consciousness. Published by Peckham-based gallery, Arcadia Missa and launching with a book signing at next week’s LA Art Book Fair. POA laartbookfair.net

  3. 3. Alasdair McLellan's Ceremony

    Long-standing i-D photographer Alasdair McLellan is back with his second book entitled Ceremony, which set out to show the human behind the ritualistic facade we see at state funerals. Intimate portraits of guards, The Doncaster born photographer is famed for his sun drenched portrayals of Northern British youth. Proceeds from the book will be donated to ABF - The Soldiers’ Charity. Ceremony is available from February 8th or for pre-sale at IDEA Books, Dover Street Market London on Saturday 6th Febryary 4-6pm

  4. 4. Comme des Garçons Stripe Top

    The air tastes like spring… almost. What better way to celebrate the two degree temperature rise than treat yourself to this cute pastel lemon Comme top. Frayed jeans are a must. £84 doverstreetmarket.com

  5. 5. Andre Saraiva x Happy Socks

    Graffiti artist André Saraiva’s collaboration with Swedish underwear and socks brand HappySocks come in three variations: the signature Mr. A with the top hat in dark blue, bubblegum pink (same colour as used in his Love Graffiti) and our personal favourite, his ‘pussy socks’... stealing their design from his pussy and penis print personalised carpets at his landmark Parisian bar/restaurant Castel. $14 happysocks.com

  6. 6. Vase by Moreno Ratti

    This aNoi vase by Moreno Ratti is made of Carrara marble discs stacked on top of one another like a sleek designed jenga that you can’t, and wouldn’t want to, play. POA morenoratti.com

  7. 7. Sergej Jensen @ White Cube Bermondsey

    New York based artist Sergej Jensen’s latest exhibition Moneybags sees the artist reject the use of paint in favour of literal moneybags. Obtained from federal and muncipal banks in Europe and the USA, the bags are sewn into simple grid-like compositions that ake on the formal properties of geometric abstraction. In a nod to da Vinci’s famed ‘lost’ painting The Battle of Anghiari, a group of men on horseback mid-battle are depicted on a delicately painted, solid coloured backdrop of linen bags. February 3 - 17 April at White Cube Bermondsey, London, SE1 3TQ

  8. 8. MXM 1000 Tattoo Designs

    A leather-bound monograph of 1000 photographs of geometrical body modification by Maxime Buchi the tattoo artist’s tattoo artist–and also to Kanye West, Rick Owens and Nicola Formichetti–published and designed by the team behind their cult magazine, Sang Bleu, comes in a limited edition run of 1000, so pre-order what’s going to be a cult collectible now.

  9. 9. McQ Bondage Belt

    This bondage circle chain belt from McQ is perfect with jeans and a t-shirt or over a dress, it’s low key sexy but also kind of hard af. £195 mcq.com

  10. 10. Nick Waplington x Richardson

    British photographer Nick Waplington–behind the TATE exhibition Alexander Mcqueen: Working Progress–travelled to Atlanta with publisher Andrew Richardson to shoot strippers at Future’s favourite stripclub Magic City for Richardson Magazine A8. The result was an insane account of butt-injections, boobs and cash. Now you can buy the clothing collaboration between the two. £35 doverstreetmarket.com

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