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High fashion meets children’s playroom in an east London warehouse, home to the stylist and creative director Nicola Formichetti.
In less than a decade, Nicola Formichetti moved from the shop floor of the boutique Pineal Eye to become one of the world’s most in-demand men’s fashion stylists. He is currently the creative director of Dazed & Confused magazine, a senior editor at its sister titles AnOther and AnOther Man and has worked with fashion brands ranging from Issey Miyake to Uniqlo. Half-Italian and half-Japanese, he divides his time between New York, Tokyo (where he has his own store, Side by Side) and his large warehouse space near Hoxton Square in London. The latter is filled with artworks collected from fashion shoots, junk-shop and retro furniture and a soft toy collection, which spills on to surfaces with plush abandon. It is a space put together by a highly creative individual – someone with the aesthetic confidence to place a Jack-in-the-box next to a Diptyque candle.
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