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Hector magazine is the second periodical published by London menswear establishment Hostem. Each issue is named after a different man and therefore takes on an altered persona. Hector is an erudite activist concerned with arts, politics, and parity. This publication bares itself with a defaced poster, a documentation of the French presidential campaign by artist Pascal Fellonnea. Hector features interviews with Maurizo Amadei from atelier design house ma+, Hermann Nitsch, visuals by Blommers/Schumm, work from artists Koen Hauser and Ruth van Beek, photographer David Moore and art critic Julian Stallabrass. The price includes shipping costs.
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Hostem discreetly opened its doors four years ago on Redchurch Street, a fitting backdrop to owner James Brown’s intensely personal curation of grittily handworked clothing. Inside, design duo JAMESPLUMB created an interior space that offered a skewed take on the world outside, low lit and forged from reclaimed antique materials. In 2011, Hostem was recognised at the World Architecture Awards, winning the top prize in their retail category. In 2013 work began on an entirely new space in the upper reaches of the Hostem building, a space completely removed from the hustle and bustle of the outside world, which coincided with the launch of Hostem Womenswear.