It has been a busy month at Centre Point. As part of a special collaboration with Centre Point, in Journal’s 18th issue this Autumn’s unique and beautifully crafted essentials have been showcased at Centre Point as part of the issue.
There’s a wide range of day-to-day essentials Journal has highlighted from London’s leading designers and makers. A favourite of the publication includes Melbourne expat, Aesop where a focus has been made on hydration. Skin type, environment, lifestyle and climate: each informs how skin is best hydrated. Aesop offers lightweight or sumptuous creams, serums, oils and lotions to ensure widely varied and seasonally changing needs are met. Also included in the new issue and complementing this is a range of skin oils from Buly, and homeware items from British designer Tom Daxon, Chiltern Street based Cire Trudon and the many unforgettable whimsical designs of Fornasetti available from Selfridges.
Photographed primarily in Centre Point’s lobby area and the 3 bedroom show apartment high above ground on the 20th floor, are the AW18 collections of a selection of designers neighbouring the tower. There’s Bloomsbury based Oliver Spencer and Folk Clothing, Fitzrovia based Black Eyewear and newcomer Bennett Winch, who have recently established themselves on Mayfair’s Duke Street. Walking about the corridors of the building high and low, was singer/songwriter Kiera Court dressed in YMC and the newly established label King & Tuckfield. In menswear, buyer Reece Laurent-Hughes spoke to us about AW18 menswear while being photographer in Oliver Spencer and King & Tuckfield AW18. Journal’s 18th issue is available in print & online September 26th.