Guides

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  • Romance Journal

    £16.00
    Romance Journal is a publication devoted to exploring truth and raising our collective consciousness. In the midst of personal trials and global challenges each issue, based on a theme, will explore human experiences through the eyes of 10 powerful, thoughtful, and creative women awakening to their life’s purpose. Learn More
  • GoGo Paris

    £10.99
    Here is the essential edit of the 600+ hottest spots to eat, drink, shop, sleep, and hang out in Paris this autumn and winter. Written by a Paris-based team, the guide has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighbourhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet. Unique on the market, it is updated twice a year, so is at least a season ahead of the rest. With the Gogo Paris city guide, you'll be as in-the-know as any Parisian about what's happening around town now. All written in English Learn More
  • Moon Man Magazine

    £40.00

    Moon Man is a culture magazine inspired by design, with a global focus in presenting contemporary art, photography, fashion and architecture. Moon Man places diverse artists and ideas in conversation with one another. The publishers mission is to slow down the pace, typically found within the commercial world, to take a deep breath, and absorb the beauty that is available to us.

    Working with leading designers, Moon Man is foremost focused on the magazine as a collectable object, with the motivation for our readers to collect and preserve each issue. Moon Man will appear for the duration of five limited edition issues, completing a full collectable set. Once the set is complete, a further experience will reveal itself, as the Moon Man Magazine exhibition comes to an end. By welcoming you to the pages of our exhibition, we hope to create an intricate web of experiences, stimulating all senses and inflating your imaginations.

    There is even more information in a pdf brochure to read more click here .

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  • GoGo London

    £10.99
    Here is the essential edit of the 550+ hottest spots to eat, drink, shop, sleep, and hang out in London for the next six months. Written by a London-based team, the guide has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighbourhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet. Unique on the market, it is updated twice a year, so it is at least a season ahead of the rest. With the Gogo London city guide, readers will be as in-the-know as any Londoner about what's happening around town now. Learn More
  • Pylot

    £10.00

    SORRY NO LONGER DISTRIBUTED BY CENTRAL BOOKS OR ANTENNE BOOKS..

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  • Archivist

    £15.00

    The Archivist has a unique view of the fashion industry. Non-seasonal, it does not purport to sell its audience clothes; it prefers to showcase designers’ archives, important personal collections and new emerging talent. Founded in 2012 by Jane Howard and Michael Harrison, the multi-media project is not confined by format and takes no advertising. It is inspirational rather than aspirational and seeks to explore the cyclical nature of fashion; to change perceptions, reinterpret and present to a new generation.

    "Archivist does not sell clothing, and it especially does not sell the new. What will unfold over the coming issues will be the different ways the past can be retrieved and celebrated and how various the ways are." - Professor Judith Clark

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  • Ladybeard

    £8.00
    Ladybeard takes the form and format of the glassy magazine but revolutionises the content. Mainstream media has created a culture of self-hate: it confines our gender, sexuality, dress size, pigmentation, imagination and aspirations. Ladybeard is an attempt at liberation. Ladybeard platform the voices that you won't hear in women's magaiznes: voices of people who live any and every deviation from the straight, white, cis, able-bodied 'ideal'. Working in themed issues, it opens up old topics like the body and sex to vital perspectives. Ladybird are feminst but they are not just women. They want to play with gender, sexulality and identitu, rather than dictate the terms. This begins with their name, Ladybeard. Learn More
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