Hancock outerwear set up shop for a few days in London’s Covent Garden.

British label Oliver Spencer give us another look at Spring/Summer 2014 with this smart lookbook and accompanying film.

After several returns and reboots, Evisu reappear once again for Spring/Summer 2014. 

Bromley Caldari Architects re-imagine this classic ’60s style A-frame house with a full renovation. 

The Brooklyn Museum of Art presents Ai Weiwei: According to What?, the prolific Chinese artist’s first large-scale exhibition in New York.

Mykita and Maison Martin Margiela both bring a sort of creative freedom to the world of fashion and design, and their new joint eyewear collection expresses this perfectly.

This week, we visit a shop called 10ft Single by Stella Dallas —  also known as vintage heaven.

Phenomenon designer Takeshi Osumi presents Fall/Winter 2014 in this slick lookbook. 

OTHER/shop London offer us a first look at this set of exclusive Our Legacy Spring/Summer 2014 images shot by friend of the label, Ola Rindal.

Part of the “Where They Create” project, photographer Paul Barbera goes inside the offices of legendary literary journal, The Paris Review.

agnes b. presents Grunge (1988 – 2014), an exhibit showcasing the works of French “Rock Photographer” Richard Bellia.

Unis present their first installment of a new photo series called “Spring Looks.”

BlackBird Automotive Journal release their third issue, “War Machine.” 

Hentsch Man killed it last Spring with their footwear pieces made in collaboration with English footwear brand, Mulo. This time round they’ve decided to invite Spanish brand,Castañer, into the mix with their handmade espadrilles.

For the Spring/Summer 2014 season, we get another humorous lookbook from Harry’s, this time inspired by a vacation for one.