"Hope is a thing with feathers.” Emily Dickinson THE EDITOR'S NOTE I think eulogies are shit. How do you sum up a life in a few short paragraphs that portrays the role of that very person to everyone perched on the pews that
WORDS & INTERVIEW: Beth Bennett On a quiet Thursday morning in the middle of filming the third season of crime drama hit The Tower, Gemma Whelan invited us to her rental flat along the foggy Liverpool docks to get frank about
True patriotism springs from a belief in the dignity of the individual, freedom and equality not only for Americans but for all people on earth.” Eleanor Roosevelt THE EDITOR'S NOTE Growing up, I was a Cartoon Network kid. This isn’t all that interesting
Hiding in the foggy footlands of Scotland’s highlands, against the banks of the winding River Turret, lies Scotland’s oldest working distillery. Now, between the bottles, The Glenturret hosts the remarkable Lalique Restaurant under the guidance of Scottish chef Mark Donald.
A slight insight into the new British classic designer… Words By: Beth Bennett | Images Courtesy Of: Wales Bonner / Wales Bonner Grace Wales Bonner graduated from the world-renowned Central Saint Martins in 2014. Her graduate showcase collection ‘Afrique’ was awarded the
Our good pal and globetrotter Katie Marshall is on a mission to visit every European before she turns thirty. With a passion for making travel both financially and physically accessible for everyone, we invited her to share her adventures with
Meatopia, the festival of fire-cooking, returns to the Tobacco Dock of East London from 31 August - 3 September. Founded with a manifesto championing a more adventurous way of cooking, Meatopia is constantly evolving and pushing the boundaries of cuisine.
No place on Earth has contributed to the rise of skate and surf culture more than California. Together, these California brands have reinterpreted iconic Levi’s® denim in the Levi’s® x ERL collection, their first-ever collaboration that authentically pays homage to California’s casual, sun-faded energy.
Richard Kelly has made a name for himself in the sprawling British music scene photographing the best of British talent over the past twenty five years. From being the official photographer for the Arctic Monkeys and the first person to
Our 'Meet the Maker' features so far have all explored the world of physical objects; items created by artisans that you can hold, own, wear, touch and treasure. This time, we've gone digital. But graphic designer, Matt Needle's work still
After rocketing to the final of The Great British Bake Off last year, Sandro Farmhouse has established himself as one of the most exciting and entertaining bakers of our time. Now, he’s using his skills and his love for others
I first became aware of Red White & Royal Blue as a book, written by Casey McQuinston, and it blew me away. A love story between a gay prince of England, and the first son of the American president? It
With BBC’s new hit police drama on the horizon, we thought it was only right to spend the morning with leading man Ukweli Roach. We caught up with him at London’s Saatchi Gallery and found out all about the juicy
“An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory.” Friedrich Engels THE EDITOR'S NOTE The creation of this issue has felt, in some ways, an indignant display of dedication whilst also being, on a personal front, an endless and exhausting feat. With
Will used to work in TV. Now, he works with wood. Crafting unique, tactile items, Will turns wood like a marble artist, and builds beautiful pieces of bespoke furniture that we here at EJ are absolutely besotted with. So, we
It’s a tired Wednesday morning in Soho when I sat down with Louis Byrne, accompanied by oat milk flat whites and an instant sense of comfort. Despite the early morning, his smile is bright and welcoming, and he sweeps me
Emerging from a fantasy fauna of tangled roots and exploding flora is Acne Studios’ FW23 collection. A catwalk show deep in the forest, creative director Jonny Johansson stuns with scintillating Scandinavian style.
An Interview With: Laurence Guy – Living Like There’s No Tomorrow But Killing Yourself In The Process
Fresh off a sold-out show at Fabric in London, we caught up with Bristol born DJ and producer Laurence Guy to get an exclusive insight into his new album ‘Living Like There’s No Tomorrow But Killing Yourself In The Process’.
Nestled within the Lancashire landscape, a stone's throw from Liverpool and Manchester, the Moor Hall estate is home to not one but two Michelin starred restaurants. Sat in the private dining room of the two star restaurant, Moor Hall Restaurant