B&O PLAY

A six feature series shot throughout London Fashion Week, documenting the use of B&o Play by Bang & Olufsen products by influential figures in the fashion world.

PANDORAS JUKEBOX - DJ & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Ask London’s fashion industry about their favourite DJs – there’s a good chance they will mention Yasmina Dexter, better known as Pandora’s Jukebox.We had the chance to meet the DJ and art director a few hours before she was playing at designer Nicholas Kirkwood’s anniversary party in Central London.                                                                                                

NEIL BEDFORD - PHOTOGRAPHER

On a typical shoot day I play Ian Brown’s “F.E.A.R” as soon as I get to the studio, when I had my first commission back in 2008 it was the song I listened to in the days running up to the shoot to help me overcome the fear I had of being paid for making images. I like to start with that to remind myself I was once scared and should never take anything for granted.

CATHAL MCATEER - DESIGNER

The Folk brand has owned itself a well-deserved reputation of being able to create novel pieces of high quality clothing, collection after collection. Mixing Scottish craftsmanship with Japanese-like elegance and sense of detail, the founder Cathal McAteer is now an inspiration for any newcomer in the menswear industry.  We caught up in the FOLK central London studio.

LN-CC - STORE

The LN-CC (Late Night Chameleon Café) showroom is a jungle of authenticity and artistic expression. Relaunching a few months ago, it now features a night club, a bar and work by several exclusive high end designers. Urban escapism has never been more inspiring.

PAULA GERBASE - 1205

Looking at her latest collection, it’s no surprise that Paula Gerbase describes herself as a cut and construction geek. A nomadic trek through the epic scenery of the Atlas Mountains inspired the Central Saint Martin graduate to create one of her coolest collections yet. 

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NIGEL CABOURN

Meet Nigel Cabourn, a British menswear icon. Steadily hanging on to benchmark principles like craftsmanship and quality fabric, his brand has been an essential part of british wardrobes for quite some time.