Monocle marks the return of Tyler Brûlé to magazine publishing and will launch in February 2007.
On Friday Waterford hosted a lunch for editors at Scott’s to celebrate the launch of their collaboration with Marc Jacobs
Camron has been working with the International Design Initiative (IDI) for the past 12 months. The IDI is a pan Arab initiative that that seeks to foster design creativity across the UAE.
Swarovski sponsored The Summer Party 2007, the Serpentine Gallery’s annual fundraising event on Wednesday 11 July.
Last night was the launch we did for the highly original collaboration between Veuve Clicquot and one of the most innovative arts venues in London
This week at The Berkeley Ballroom, Monocle hosted the first year anniversary party.
Swarovski Crystal Palace pushed the boundaries in Milan this year with an exhibition by leading designers during the Salone Internazionale Del Mobile.
Design Miami/ Basel, the satellite event to Art Basel took place this month and was the first time Camron had involvement.
A party was held at the Danish Embassy in London to mark the publication of Monocle’s ‘Quality of Life’ issue in June.
Last night Monocle hosted a subscriber event in Lamb’s Conduit Street. Readers were able to visit stores who had gone out of their way to make the evening special
The London Design Festival was a great success this year with more visitors from overseas than in any previous year.
During Frieze, Meta organised an exhibition of their debut collection in the Mallett Showroom opposite Sotheby’s.
Rossella and Piero Bisazza hosted a trip to their Headquarters in Vicenza last week for London and Paris based editors. The spell-binding space is like MOMA in New York
Camron organised a preview of the brand new Tu Home range this week at The Shooting Gallery, Haymarket Hotel.
Camron set up HQ in Design Miami last week where we had a lot happening. After our morning briefing breakfasts at The News Café we all went to The Design District.
This was my fifth visit to Dubai and it certainly seemed to have an air of emptiness and anticipation whereas in the past there was a quick pace to the city.
Freida Pinto, the stunning star of award-winning film Slumdog Millionaire, brought her red-carpet glamour to Liberty on Sunday
Camron will be in Milan next week, from 20th April, and we are involved with eight key events during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile.
This year’s Design Miami/Basel show in Hall 5 featured 27 returning and debuting galleries. The work included pieces from Galerie Perrin to contemporary galleries such as Gabrielle Ammann Gallery and Galleria Rossana Orlandi.
This summer if you are in Palma, don’t miss Monocle on the Med, a pop-up shop which is selling products including Orlebar Brown swimming shorts, Porter bags and The Monocle
We are delighted to have launched CultureLabel.com at Shoreditch House this month – with over 50 journalists attending and the response was excellent.
September is always a big month for us at Camron with The London Design Festival at the heart of events. The highlight will be Jaime Hayón’s giant chessboard installation in Trafalgar Square.
Last week, Design Miami/ celebrated its fifth anniversary with a stimulating fair that took place in a temporary ‘Monument’ designed by Aranda\Lasch.
This week, our team of eight Camronites met up in Basel for the sixth edition of Design Miami/ Basel. This is our fourth year handling the design fair
This year’s Camron Christmas card is collaboration with Moritz Waldemeyer.
This month we were lucky to be part of a memorable trip to Milan and Vicenza hosted by Cosmit.
This week, The Design Fund hosted a dinner at The V&A, co-hosted by Yana Peel, the fund’s founder, and V&A director, Martin Roth
This week we participated in our 5th Design Miami/ fair. Our teams from London and New York came down in force and we had a record number of projects, clients and events during one of the busiest weeks in Miami.
One of my favourite local shops is Melrose and Morgan in Primrose Hill. A refreshingly different delicatessen, I have been a fan since it first opened.
ILVA opening for the first time in the UK in August and we went to Lakeside to have a look.
Camron has been working with C International Photo Magazine and its exhibition for the 10th Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Who needs the Magnolia Bakery when we have our own version in Primrose Hill?
This won an award for Best original accessories from TimeOut and it does not disappoint.
All Saints Road in Notting Hill is a small enclave of refreshingly original shops and restaurants.
This shop is a little gem of gifts and design products on the South Bank – that has just opened.
The new Louise T Blouin Institute opening last month and we went to have a look at the first exhibition which is James Turrell – A Life in Light.
I just returned from Istanbul where I attended The Herald Tribune Luxury Conference.
We love cupcakes at Camron and have worked with The Primrose Bakery
Show is a great lifestyle shop in LA, run by Brad Cook and was a refreshing find.
I love the Three Dog Bakery – the locations are primarily West Coast
On a slope overlooking the town of St. Moritz you will find Norman Foster’s Chesa Futura.
This wonderful confiserie in St. Moritz is one of my favourite places for a hot chocolate
Judy has been tracking Lichtvision for a while and when Christopher
Helen Kirwan Taylor was our inaugural Editor to visit Bisazza in Vicenza
B&B Italia had the launch of Le Bambole in Milan
The new London outpost opened on February
On a recent visit to Boston, I made time for a fleeting visit to The Isabella Gardner Museum.
I am a big fan of Diller Scofidio + Renfro so I went to see the new building for the ICA that opened in December. Immediately on the waterfront,
The Frieze Art Fair opened this week in Regents Park and is now five years old.
Design Art London which took place in a marquee in Hanover Square marks the capitals first fair in Design/Art
In advance of the Rugby final tomorrow (England v South Africa) a new statue has appeared of Johnny Wilkinson
It is just two days until the first Eurostar leaves from St. Pancras
Last night was the final party before St Pancras International opens tomorrow and the first trains depart for Paris.
Tucked away in Palermo Soho in Honduras Street is a total find if you love stationery and handmade papers.
A beautifully designed place for either cocktails or an early cappuccino, Mott was opened in 2006
I fell in love with this bar – seems people could easily live in it for a day.
If you like chocolate, this is the place in London to go. It is a chocolate boutique in Notting Hill
On my last trip to New York I paid a visit to this great new museum designed by Tokyo architects SANAA.
Last night I attended the inaugural Brit Insurance Designs of the Year award at The Design Museum.
Camron will be in Milan and we are working with Swarovski, Meta, Bisazza, B&B Italia, Armani, Bernhardt
I came across the John Lennon wall in Prague when I was staying in Mala Strana taking my father to see his family.
This weekend I attended Belgrade Design Week for the first time. The focus is a very inspiring conference and the keynote speaker this year was Daniel Libeskind
The new Tom Ford store in Milan takes your breath away. As you walk in the door, you feel you are in a home rather than a store and get immediately seduced by the fragrance bar.
I went to the Design Museum this week and was totally blown away by the Tim Walker exhibition which is on until the 28th of September.
We love David Adjaye’s stunning pavilion, created for the London Design Festival, which is drawing admiring crowds to its Southbank location.
As Obama supporters at Camron, I was delighted to discover this portrait of him by José Maria Cano at The Riflemaker Gallery booth at Zoo.
DESIGNTIDE was our favourite part of Tokyo Design Week
Ed and Jay from Barber Osgerby were in Tokyo launching some spell-binding new lights for Floss.
At The Claska Hotel , Tokyo– there is a dog parlour called Dogmania with a waiting list of up to one year to get your pet perfectly groomed.
Sheekeys has added a new oyster bar that opened 2 weeks ago and is alongside the restaurant. The interior has been done by Martin Brudnizki
I went to Dover Street Market on the weekend to collect a copy of LOVE, Katie
Grand’s new highly anticipated magazine.
I discovered the Hambleton Bakery, tucked at the end of a path in a forest and it is the ultimate destination bakery in Rutland.
Covent Garden came to a standstill today when wives of world leaders attending the G20 Summit stopped by to see the ballet, Giselle at The Royal Opera House.
We went to the opening party for Super Contemporary at The Design Museum which was great fun with Wayne Hemmingway as the DJ for the evening.
Last night I attended the RCA Innovation Lecture given by Jonathan Ive who was interviewed by Rector
One of the highlights of my recent trip to Toronto was discovering The Drake Hotel. Described as an ‘urban resort’
This week I attended a cocktail party for Design Miami hosted by Ambra Medda at the Bowery Hotel in New York.
I stayed at The Crosby Street Hotel for the first time since it opened when I was in New York.
For anyone heading to Cape Town in the next few months, a detour to Grootbos is a must.
For anyone near Davos this week, a perfect escape is the Lej da Staz, part of the Rough Luxe network, tucked away in a forest near St. Moritz.
Last night at the dinner at The Andaz Liverpool Street, Thomas Heatherwick was awarded the London Design Medal 2010.
Roberta and I went to the first night of the opening of Temporium, a Christmas Shop in Brompton Road.
Having working with Hermès on the Liberty installation this year, I was curious to visit their temporary space in Ledbury Road.
For our last trip of the year, a group of us went to see the show on at 6 Burlington Gardens while doing some Christmas shopping.
Hermès new concept store recently opened in what was originally an Art Nouveau swimming pool.
After hearing so much about Le Royal Monceau Hotel since it recently opened, we dropped in for a glass of champagne
I found Oak Studio in Perrins Court, Hamptead, by accident on the way to a dinner.
We have finally found our Camron base in Paris, the Hidden Hotel!
This new exhibition on at The Cooper Hewitt will run until June 5th and is worth a detour if you are in New York.
To coincide with the Alexander McQueen exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum, Bergdorf has dedicated
Whenever I come to Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is always high on the list. The courtyard, a reconstruction of a 15th century Venetian palace
The approach to this sneaker emporium is through a storefront that sells things like Daz detergent.
We were in Oslo last week, because we are supporting 100% Norway again and met some of the talented young designers who are participating this year.
When I told Hugo from Monocle that we were heading to Oslo – he immediately recommended we drop in to Fuglen.
Neil and I attended the press preview this morning of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Swiss architect, Peter Zumthor.
During the month of July in the Piazza Maggiore there is an outdoor cinema
Yesterday at The Loft at The Club at the Ivy we celebrated two of our favourite people’s wonderful years in London
It’s not every day you find yourself bobbing around on a bright green lake in a tiny boat on top of a building in Oxford Street
Since summer finally arrived this weekend, I went to Columbia Road to pick up some flowers and check out Lily Vanilli’s Bakery.
After an inspiring meeting with Vicky Richardson, I set off for Fish Island at Hackney Wick.
The form of this sculpture by Liz Magor is based on the great freight shed located on Vancouver
While on the West Coast of Canada on Vancouver Island, I went searching for bears.
This weekend saw the opening of the first Cire Trudon boutique in the city, located at 36 Chiltern Street.
Yesterday, having done Frieze and many of the art shows, I dropped into Bargehouse
Before my flight back to London, I organized a ticket to visit the new Michael Arad Memorial.
After Sir Roy Strong indicated this exhibition at The National Gallery was going to be unmissable
My sculpture, CELL (Twelve Oval Mirrors), is about the difficulty of communicating.
One of the most beautiful pieces I saw is a sculpture by Henry Moore
Last night I went to Libby Sellers Gallery to the opening of ’Fortune’by Berlin based designer Mark Braun
If you go to Bermondsey on Saturdays between 9am-2pm, you will discover this market.
Yesterday as spring hit London, I went to Columbia Road to pick up a wedding present for Ambra Medda from NOM.
These magnificent galleries were opened in November last year.
One of the nominations is the typeface, Nokia Pure, design by Dalton Maag who are based in London.
One of the best curated hotel stores that I have been to is The General Store that can be found at The Drake Hotel.
There is always a buzz about Ace Hotel apart from the pilgrimage to get a Stumptown cup of coffee.
Maison Kitsuné already can be found at Barney’s, Bergdorf Goodman and Opening Ceremony
This charming and relaxed restaurant is one I would love to airlift back to London. Located at 2401 Harrison Street in the Mission District
While in Tokyo, we dropped in for a fix of caffeine to help with our jetlag at the BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR KIOSK.
One of the retailers who has most impressed us is. Tomorrowland.
Wuhao Curated Shop Beijing is a destination conceived by Isabelle Pascal. It is a platform and unique environment.
No wonder T+L gave this hotel a major award this year.
This beautifully curated exhibition reflects the years that Peter Lely spent in London.
On Tuesday, I went to the party at Midori House to celebrate the first year of Monocle 24
Breakfast on Sunday doesn’t get better than this. If you go, be prepared for a long wait, but the food and ambiance are ‘weekend perfect’.
A highlight of my few days here was a visit to Barragán own house, built 1947-48. This exceptional series of buildings
On my last night in Mexico City I went to this Japanese restaurant Tori- Tori that opened last year. Designed by Architecture Michel Rojkind of Rojkind Arquitectos
Over the holidays I went to Richmond to discover Petersham Nurseries for the first time.
Between Christmas and New Year, I spent a few days in Prague. I came across the Lennon Wall which since the 80’s has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and lyrics from Beatles songs.
On Monday this week, the hugely anticipated Balthazar opened
On the recent trip to Milan, hosted by Cosmit we were lucky enough to visit a number of studios.
I went to 1948 this weekend – NIKE’s off-site and was totally inspired by the lines on the bleachers outside.
On my last day in New York I walked by this Pop Up at 188 Lafayette and met Charles Lahti.
Miette, founded by Meg Ray, is in San Francisco’s Ferry Building, but also at the airport if you want to take back some exquisite cakes
While walking inside the Ferry Building, San Francisco, we came across a tiny kiosk selling vegan donuts.
Amanda and I met Jason Johnson, one of the Managing Partners in San Francisco last week. This shared office is a space and private club for experienced entrepreneurs.
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