Despite his initial training and critical acclaim as a menswear designer, Nico DiDonna also knows his way around a woman’s body…. like the varying ways materials drape effortlessly around the curves of the bosom and hips, giving just enough snatch on the waistline (with room to accommodate lockdown weight). He’s good at what he does and itContinue reading “Luxury Fashion Inspired by Italy – Made in Soho by Nico DiDonna”
Ever walked through Soho’s buzzing streets and looked above the shop-ground windows to wonder what’s up above? Editor-in-Chief and Soho local, Kai Lutterodt takes us up into one of those rooms – the studio of Tony Phillips aka Tony the Soho Tailor– for a rare interview…
Despite a recent facelift, Walker’s Court is still home to some of the last of Soho’s establishments from the years of neon lights. The Tattoo sign still shines above the door of Diamond Jacks, which has been offering body art since 1985; it was founded by Dennis Cockell who still works with the current ownerContinue reading “Inked in Soho: Diamond Jack’s Tattoo Parlour”
“My answer to anybody who wonders where fabric is used is this: wherever you can imagine fabric being used, that’s where we supply.” So says Simon Lipman, current owner of Borvick Fabrics in Berwick Street.
Behind the facade of Yming, the iconic blue building on Greek Street and Soho’s oldest Chinese restaurant, is its inspiring owner Christine Yau.