Issue #4

IDEAS

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Issue #4 opens with five short reports on interesting ideas and women who are creating and running brilliant projects around the world. We look at Katie Patterson's Future Library—each year a different writer will supply a story and in one hundred years at least three thousand anthologies will be printed on paper made from specially-planted trees. In LA we speak to Phoebe Lovatt about the WW Club, a club which supports and connects working women all over he world. Tailor, Sunna Johnson, talks to us about her work at one of the oldest tailors on Savile Row, Papi's Pickles take our taste buds on a trip to South India and we celebrate the release of Babe—a new book curated by artist and photographer Petra Collins. 

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Sunna Johnson, photographed by Francesca Allen

Sunna Johnson, photographed by Francesca Allen

Anderson & Sheppard workshop, shot by Francesca Allen

Anderson & Sheppard workshop, shot by Francesca Allen

Babe, curated by Petra Collins and published by Prestel

Babe, curated by Petra Collins and published by Prestel

Future Library, illustration by Charlotte Trounce

Future Library, illustration by Charlotte Trounce

Anderson & Sheppard workshop, shot by Francesca Allen

Anderson & Sheppard workshop, shot by Francesca Allen

The Handbook for Women Who Do Creative Work, launched alongiside first WW Club event in LA

The Handbook for Women Who Do Creative Work, launched alongiside first WW Club event in LA

Papi's Pickles, illustration by Charlotte Trounce

Papi's Pickles, illustration by Charlotte Trounce

Phoebe Lovatt, founder of the WW Club

Phoebe Lovatt, founder of the WW Club