We interviewed the actor Michael Fox, who is starring in the highly anticipated film “Downton Abbey” alongside other members of the cult cast including Maggie Smith and Imelda Staunton. The feature film is based on the eponymous series centring around the life of the Crawley family who are wealthy owners of a large estate in the English countryside in the early 20th century.
Ward candles combine what we ourselves value very highly at The Protagonist: knowledge, crafts(wo)manship and detail. The unique scents are presented beautifully, using dark and rich coloured packaging. Perhaps the deep warmth of the paper colour paired with the cold silver printed logo and design are synonymous with the many facets of the fragrances presented; a fine line between warm and cool, light and dark.
“Life is here for living” is a line in one of Ayala’s songs. If we think of listening to music and being moved by it as part of intense living, Ayala certainly gave us an evening filled with life in the best sense of the word. The British singer, now living in Mexico, and her band intrigued with a broad variety of her creations.
In a special collaboration, London-based Editors Ram Shergill and Daen Palma Huse have paired with the Wallace Collection and the Royal Shakespeare Company to produce painterly imagery which is being presented at the talk “Fashion and Power” at the Wallace Collection in London.
Director Michael Longhurst allows us to be immersed into the scene immediately, for as soon as you enter the theatre and take your seat, the protagonist, Laurie Kynaston, is already engaged in the act of scribbling erratically over the set. The constant immersion and the simple set make you feel that you are part of the play.
…sung actress and singer Lena Horne. The book “Black: Architecture in Monochrome” by Phaidon explores architectural masterpieces by some of the most ingenious architects of our time and it invites for a philosophical exploration of “black” and of how we perceive colour, material, space, including inspiring quotes.