23. 04. 2014
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To dream the impossible dream

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion and culture writer

Spring is now here. And to set our springtime in motion, Glass decided that one of the best ways to shine an inspiring new light on a season in which we like to...

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22. 04. 2014
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Wrap Party: Celebrating 40 years of Diane von Furstenberg

Roberta Lister

Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

Marking the fashion house’s 40th year, Diane von Furstenberg celebrate one of their most iconic designs with Journey of a Dress: a global project which sends the decade-spanning wrap dress around the world,...

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22. 04. 2014
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Expect The Unexpected

Bonnie Friend

Bonnie Friend

Glass Online arts writer

  “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … Until you climb into his skin and walk around in it,” said the uncompromisingly wise, Atticus...

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21. 04. 2014
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Breakfast at the Shard

Vicky Paterson

Vicky Paterson

Glass Online dining writer

  Bed is the best place for breakfast, but eating it up the tallest building in western Europe with views across London could promise a close second. Aqua Shard, from Hong Kong’s Aqua...

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20. 04. 2014
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These New Puritans – Magnetic Field Installation

Annie Fong

Annie Fong

Glass Online fashion writer

This week Glass went along to experience the Magnetic Field at 180 The Strand presented by The Vinyl Factory, an interactive audio / visual installation by These New Puritans with sound provided by...

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18. 04. 2014
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Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize 2014

Amanda Bernstein

Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

Champagne Perrier-Jouët  has announced the winner of the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize 2014, Laura Youngson Coll. Laura was selected by the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon members from a shortlist of ten candidates for her fulfilment...

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17. 04. 2014
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The beauty of abstraction – Mondrian and his studios and Nasreen Mohamedi at Tate Liverpool

Xenia Founta

Xenia Founta

Glass Online fashion and art writer

This summer, Tate Liverpool will exhibit Mondrian and his Studios and Nasreen Mohamedi, as part of Tate Liverpool’s summer 2014 season entitled Abstraction into the World; Modernity, abstraction and architecture is investigated throughout...

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17. 04. 2014
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London in Bloom at Sake no Hana

Stephanie Clair

Stephanie Clair

Glass Online dining writer

walking around most cities at this time of year blossom trees are proudly in bloom, and aplenty so. To celebrate one of the most popular seasons in the Japanese calendar, Sakura at Sake...

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17. 04. 2014
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The Strength of Italian Fashion …?

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion and culture writer

Is the phrase, the Passion of Italian Fashion, a cliché? While this writer will always cherish a deep, dark, wistfully sentimental affinity with glamour, it’s a word that has been sullied with a...

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16. 04. 2014
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The Bride and the Bachelors by Calvin Tomkins: Revised edition by Gagosian Gallery

Louise Lui

Louise Lui

Glass Online fashion, arts and culture writer

The Gagosian Gallery has released a revised and expanded edition of Calvin Tomkin’s The Bride and the Bachelors. The original 1965 edition, subtitled The Heretical Courtship in Modern Art, reflected the individual, shared...

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16. 04. 2014
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SSENSE & System join forces

Nika Mamonova

Nika Mamonova

Glass Online fashion writer

Collaborations are always good, especially when it comes to pushing boundaries. The fashion online retail destination SSENSE  and System, a London-based fashion magazine, are joining forces for a new project.   Sky Ferreira’s...

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16. 04. 2014
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Seeing is believing

Bonnie Friend

Bonnie Friend

Glass Online arts writer

  You don’t have to travel very far these days before someone starts talking about the negative effects of TV, computer games, and the generally diminishing effects of technology on the imagination. “Where...

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15. 04. 2014
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Wang, the high street’s new golden boy

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion and culture writer

#ALEXANDERWANGxHM. A prominent topic that caught wind rather quickly this weekend, and the industry is still reeling following H&M’s announcement, confirming that a creative coalition between the 30-year-old East Coast native and the...

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15. 04. 2014
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Eat chicks for Easter

Vicky Paterson

Vicky Paterson

Glass Online dining writer

  There’s a revolution happening in east London. A call for an end to the dude food movement of big meats and big potatoes, burgers the size of buildings and body parts so...

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Chiltern Street – London’s hottest strip

Annie Fong

Annie Fong

Glass Online fashion writer

It’s always a pleasure to explore Marylebone’s charming streets and stumble upon a hidden gem like Chiltern Street. Recognised as a highly desirable address, ever so quietly assured of it’s own class, style,...

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14. 04. 2014
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Brief encounters at the Pullman

Nico Kos Earle

Nico Kos Earle

Glass Online lead arts writer

  In the first of a series of tales that begin from a Pullman Hotel in a number of locations, we explore the relationship of artist and patron and how a serendipitous meeting...

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11. 04. 2014
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The stiletto

Nicola Kavanagh

Nicola Kavanagh

Glass Magazine editor in chief

  The story of the stiletto began at the dawn of a new world. The Second World The Second World War had ended and the protocols of tradition were deemed irrelevant. In an...

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