Books & Art

Angelica Hicks: The Irony of Fashion Illustrations


Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Irony and fashion can be together? Yes, thanks to the creativity of Angelica Hicks, an illustrator who became famous after her collaboration with Gucci.
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Team’s Books of the Month: July!


Sunday, July 30, 2017
The Team's Books of the Month: from the dreamy "Runway Princess" to the powerful "Wake" by Anna Hope or the adventurous "This must be the Place".
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Interview with Ana Strumpf: the #Girlboss of Everything Creative


Thursday, July 20, 2017
Illustrator, interior designer, creative director, fashion lover, artist and a mother. These, and much more things, represent the brilliant Ana Strumpf.
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Interview To Lydia Smith: Fashion Illustration and Sustainability


Thursday, July 6, 2017
Interview to the creative mind Lydia Smith. She is a fashion illustrator, a Londoner and a huge supporter of Fashion Revolution.
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The 20 Magical Years of Harry Potter: the History of a Success


Sunday, July 2, 2017
How the Harry Potter Saga became the phenomenon and record-breaker that it is today and how the world celebrated his 20th birthday!
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Team’s Books of the Month: June!


Sunday, July 2, 2017
The Team's Books of the Month: from the latest of Paula Hawkins "Into the Water" to the romance "Atonment", finishing with a "Literature Guide" of London.
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Summer books: English Literature in the Heatwave!


Saturday, June 24, 2017
"I love England in a heat wave, It's a different country. All the rules change." When the heat triggers a series of uncontrollable events in English Lit.
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When Fashion meets Illustration, a Creative Workshop during London’s Fashion Revolution Week


Monday, May 8, 2017
Our experience during our trip in London for the Fashion Revolution Week of a fun workshop of (ethical) fashion illustration!
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Team’s Books of the Month: April 2017!


Thursday, April 27, 2017
Here are the Team's Books of the Month: From the latest sensation "Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls" to a walk through the history of make-up.
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