21 June 2021

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Beauty Practice — A Simple Guide to a Desirable Red Lip

Jun-2021 beauty

A new Patter series dedicated to simplifying our makeup bags and indulging its pleasures.

Patter Playlist 14 — My Senses Are Tipped


We've been over-served on screen time, left grasping for tangible realities to recalibrate our neural senses. June's playlist offers an audio experience away from the glare, with important female artists to retune us through a series of melodic sound waves.

Great Buy — Mohawk General Store


Since they opened their first branch of Mohawk General Store in 2008, Bo Yeong Carney and Kevin Carney have become a lowkey kind of power couple of California cool.

P(l)atter Recipe 3 — A Trio of Wine Snacks


A glass of wine comes with endless snack options—so here we share a fun trio of recipes that have been hitting the right tone for our food editor Zsuzsanna Toth.

A Moment With Charlotte Perriand


If Le Corbusier is a giant of modernism, Charlotte Perriand—the woman he collaborated with, and who co-designed some of the furniture that featured in his ‘machine for living in’—is less well-known, and often uncredited. Plus ça change.

Things to Note — Jeans


To celebrate the launch of her book The Ten, Lauren Cochrane breaks down six points to note the next time you pull on a pair of jeans.

Things to Go-See — 3 Shows for Spring


With commercial galleries open once more and museums due to welcome visitors from mid-May, we highlight three exhibitions that you need to see — many of the works on show are rarely exhibited and should not be missed.

Patter Playlist 13 — The Warmth of the Sun


A sound bath of tracks designed to bounce you into spring. Calming audio from Mura Masa with Tirzah is the support act to 2 hours of big female energy.

Patter Places — Casa Balandra


Casa Balandra describes itself as “a space to share, create and celebrate conviviality.” Looking at the images of said space, we would like to do all three.