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Delphine Del Val | In Her Shoes

When it comes to bold, talented women, Parisian-born Delphine Del Val is an expert. She is one. She knowns where to find them. And she runs one of New York’s most innovative talent agencies, POOL Creatives, that represents them exclusively. Her impressive all-female talent roster reads like our ultimate list of collaborators and includes Ana Kras, Brianna Lance, Violette, Sarah Slutsky, and Gillian Zinser. Strong identities with a unique voice who are making waves in their respective fields, just like Delphine herself. To call them “influencers” would be a massive understatement. We take a spin in Delphine Del Val’s shoes.Hotel La Colombe D’Or in St Paul de Vence in the south of France Delphine's babushkas by Maison Margiela, and Delphine's favourite place...

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Space Shifters | Hayward Gallery

We spent a rainy morning at our favourite gallery in London discovering perception-altering installations and sculptures from some of our favourite artists. Spanning a period of approximately 50 years, the exhibition includes innovative, minimalist sculptures from the 1960s as well as recent works that extend the legacy of this ‘optical’ minimalism in different ways. It also features new commissions that have been made to compliment the architecture of the Hayward Gallery. Now in its final weeks, don't miss it!  Featuring incredible artwork by Anish Kapoor & Larry Bell, and our Foundation Flats in Lilac & White.   Featuring The Smart Silhouette & The Foundation Flat in Lilac - handmade in Italy. Above featuring "Handrail" by Monika Sosnowska, "Magic Mirrors" by Veronica Janssens and Roni Horn. Photo by Mark Blower...

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Alex Proba | In Her Shoes

One glance and you know a design is Alex Proba. The New York-based multidisciplinary designer and art director’s mastery of colour and pattern is as distinctive as it is in demand, and from London Design Fair to murals all over New York and her own collection of rugs and ceramics, we can’t get enough of her surreal compositions and hand-drawn abstractions. Alex’s creativity is endless and her prolific process of self-discovery, past and present, includes creating poster a day, a mural a month and a series of unborn objects screaming to be made - and that’s not even her day job! We take a spin in Alex Proba’s shoes. You grew up in Germany, studied in Germany and the Netherlands...

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A Still Life Series

For us, modern femininity means knowing yourself and being true to your own individual style. Our shoes and understated designs are the building blocks that complement this type of woman.  Our offering is a collection of effortless essentials that never fall out of style and can be carried over from season to season. We design every style with our own wardrobes in mind.  Shot in collaboration with photographer Victoria Zschommler and stylist & set designer Athanasia Spathis, this still-life series explores the nature of those building blocks – using materials that form the world around us juxtaposed with footwear that forms the foundation of a well-curated wardrobe.  Raw materials, artfully arranged in an industrial setting, create a campaign that explores both the raw beauty...

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Sophia Li | In Her Shoes

We were first introduced to Sophia at the beginning of 2017 through ESSEN friend Lydia Pang after relocating to New York. Sophia was immediately warm, welcoming and full of life. Sophia worked at Vogue as the Entertainment Media Editor for four years, she recently left this role to pursue other exciting challenges where she will be working as a creative consultant across a range of fashion & beauty brands.  We sat down with Sophia and asked her a few questions about herself, her career and what inspires her. Can you tell us a little about your background – what path led you to working for Vogue.com, and your new role as a Creative Consultant? Everyone always asks me about my instagram handle @sophfei and where it comes from: the story behind it...

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