On ease
and
fortitude

Sonya Glyn NICHOLSON

Let’s be blunt…being too precise can ruin an honest attempt at emanating style. And, being too precise is tiring for others to see, as well as for the person who is attempting to express him or herself. On the flip side, being concise opens the heavens of self-expression and leads to an effortless “feel” of communicating style.

Style - Visual
Shorthand.

Sonya Glyn NICHOLSON

First images of
Smalto’s 50th
anniversary book

Hugo JACOMET

As the end of 2012 draws near, the label established in 1962 by bespoke-icon Francesco Smalto is getting ready to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary.

Elegance is not
a function
of means

Hugo JACOMET