Posts Tagged: Fitzrovia

Omega Workshops | designs

Roger Fry’s design team reimagined the everyday objects around us.

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Omega Workshops | designs

Roger Fry’s design team reimagined the everyday objects around us.

Fast and Furious

…the life and times of Nina Hamnett – artist, model, legend.

Fast and Furious

…the life and times of Nina Hamnett – artist, model, legend.

Julian Maclaren-Ross at 100

It’s hard to shake the suspicion that if an author of Julian Maclaren-Ross’s undeniable gifts and compelling myth had emerged anywhere else in Europe but Britain, his centenary would be a much bigger deal.

Julian Maclaren-Ross at 100

It’s hard to shake the suspicion that if an author of Julian Maclaren-Ross’s undeniable gifts and compelling myth had emerged anywhere else in Europe but Britain, his centenary would be a much bigger deal.

Pearls: Philip O’Connor

“The uprooted in England, such a small minority, are more uprooted than anywhere else, due to the profundity of English conventions…”

Pearls: Philip O’Connor

“The uprooted in England, such a small minority, are more uprooted than anywhere else, due to the profundity of English conventions…”

Fitzrovia revisited

In honour of Julian Maclaren-Ross’s birthday we’re off to Fitzrovia, London’s bedsit Parnassus which inspired and witnessed the louche bohemian’s greatest triumphs and travails.

Fitzrovia revisited

In honour of Julian Maclaren-Ross’s birthday we’re off to Fitzrovia, London’s bedsit Parnassus which inspired and witnessed the louche bohemian’s greatest triumphs and travails.

Strange Flowers guide to London: part 2

Fitzrovia was a stone’s throw from Bloomsbury but a world away in temperament. According to the Times Literary Supplement, Fitzrovia was “a world of outsiders, down-and-outs, drunks, sensualists, homosexuals and eccentrics”. In short, the spiritual home of Strange Flowers.

Strange Flowers guide to London: part 2

Fitzrovia was a stone’s throw from Bloomsbury but a world away in temperament. According to the Times Literary Supplement, Fitzrovia was “a world of outsiders, down-and-outs, drunks, sensualists, homosexuals and eccentrics”. In short, the spiritual home of Strange Flowers.