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The Robot Too is a spare but stylish sideboard from &New that is made in small batches.  Intended to be used as a media table or console, it is designed with a half-open back which can be used to keep wires and cords out of view.  Made of powder-coated steel, the Robot Too is available in a variety of colours and because the character as every weld is different, each unit is unique.

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French boutique colette recently launched the second part of a casual jewellery collection in collaboration with Ruifier designer Rachel Shaw entitled "Visage".  The pieces take inspiration from Shaw's love of graphic shapes and a timeless and fashionable aesthetic and marry fine jewellery with innovative designs with superior craftsmanship.
This incredibly stylish and versatile backpack from Marni is made in Japan in collaboration with Porter-Yoshida & Co. from durable waterproof fabric.  No comfort or convenience has been spared: it features a main compartment with drawstring, flap and buckle closures, adjustable shoulder straps and an external pocket with dual zip closure.  The entire bag can be compressed and folded into the pocket for convenience and ease of transportation, while leather pull tabs and leather branded patches add luxe touches.

While in Trinidad a few weeks ago, we came across this display by Jamaican artist Jasmine Thomas-Girvan that was part of Y Art Gallery’s fourth annual Jewelbox exhibition entitled 'Spectrum'.

Part sculpture, part jewellery, her fantastical, hybrid creatures were presented in a surreal world; the precious metals and stones were arranged against a backdrop of Michel-Jean Cazabon’s art and incorporated the poetry of Martin Carter.  The diorama was watched over by a mystical female figure that represented the life-force, the incubator and embodied the 'Wild Woman' of Clarissa Pinkola Estes' "Women Who Run With the Wolves".  Multi-coloured threads emanated from her outstretched palms and provided a link to the disparate elements below.  The result was a spectrum that ran from past to present, with a consideration of the future.