By Signe, Sustainable Danish Fashion

As a Danish fashion brand established in 2015 by Signe Rødbro, By Signe is dedicated to creating honest and feminine easywear for the independent and creative woman. This is achieved through an honest design process that uses high quality materials while reducing the environmental impact during production. www.bysigne.com For most of her life, Rødbro didn’t see herself going down this … Read More

Beckie Parker’s New York City

Beckie Parker is a British knitwear designer who has been living in New York City for the past 5 years. During this time, she’s worked for two iconic NYC-based brands, DKNY and Helmut Lang, and is currently the senior sweater designer at Rebecca Taylor. Beckie is constantly inspired by the technical craft side of knitwear, her love of art, fashion … Read More

Good Hotel, London

We recently had an amazing stay at Good Hotel in London’s Royal Victoria Dock. Good Hotel is part of Good Group, a social business which has community and not individual at its core, providing premium hospitality with a cause. www.goodhotellondon.com The concept Founded by Marten Dresen, Good Hotel is the manifestation of his social business dream. The first Good Hotel … Read More

The Silver Building, creative workspaces in London’s Royal Docks

Located in London’s Royal Docks, an area currently undergoing a transformation to become a hub for creative industries, The Silver Building is a dramatic multi-purpose shared workspace centre in a striking brutalist building by the River Thames. www.thesilverbuilding.com On our last trip to London, we visited The Silver Building at Silvertown and were showed around the different areas and studios by … Read More

FAIM, a magazine about people, places and food

FAIM is a new independent publication exploring the lives of young creatives from all around the world and discovering a new city in each issue. We chatted with its founders, Axel and Naiara, to find out more about why they decided to start their own magazine, the challenges they’ve faced since they started this project and what readers can find … Read More