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Young Bond eh? I bet even a Young Bond would be a complete woodsman in the sack. Unlike you and I when we were teenagers, just happy to be having sex, not knowing what all the proverbial buttons do. Young Bond never had a crappy metro as his first car... read more

Don't you just love the name Horace? I have an Uncle Horace. Unfortunately there was a family feud which means he's slightly estranged now. When I asked my Dad what started the bitter rivalry he said, 'I left a flake in the fridge one day, so I cycled 3 miles... read more

For the uninitiated, Nick Drake was the quintessential singer-songwriter of the 70s. Most people have tried to pigeonhole his sound in the genre of folk, but for others, Nick Drake's esoteric style transcends time and genres. His music was barely recognised... read more

A long time ago, when I had hope in my eyes, I was talking to a topless model at a trendy bar in Shoreditch. Just as we were debating the pros and cons of quantitate easing, her phone buzzed and she addressed it with complete immediacy, like it was a... read more

If like me your favourite two things in the world are Star Wars and Shakespeare (Roger Moore Bond films coming in a close third) then this William Sheakspeare's Star Wars trilogy from Quirk Books makes an ideal present when shopping for yourself this christmas... read more

This is truly a great book for £18.95 and is for anyone interested in copywriting, journalism, brand marketing or simply blogging. It’s packed full of great imagery examples and case studies as well as self testing tasks. READ ME, released in September 2014... read more

This book on the history of John Lewis by Jonathan Glancey traces the 150-year history of one of the giants of British retailing. Mr Glancey was Architecture and Design correspondent of The Guardian from 1997 to 2012 and Architecture and Design Editor of... read more

The highly popular blogging project from London-based photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce is being published as a new book featuring 200 portraits of gentlemen from London, Berlin, Paris, New York and beyond. From young tattooed hipsters to suited city gents, the streets of London are awash with beards, either big and bushy or... read more

Paris Sketchbook by Jason Brooks is a unique and fabulous collection of drawings collages, notes and sketches in the form of a beautifully illustrated journal that celebrates the history, elegance and style of Paris. The illustrator, whose work is often seen in the pages of Vogue and Elle, spent four... read more

We caught up with independent author, Chris Gill, back in March ahead of his new release to find out more about the book and his style in an exclusive interview. Fast forward three months and Oracles under City Lights is now out and we weren’t disappointed.... read more

We’re big fans of fashion illustration here at MWS. One of our team writers Stefano Imbert is actually a fantastic illustrator and always exclusively illustrates fresh new images for us with every post he writes. Also we love the work by Jack Hughes – the illustrator for Shortlist Magazine’s... read more

This book by Hywel Davies, a senior lecturer at Central Saint Martins embraces UK talent from within the fashion industry focusing on designers since 2000 who have successfully made a global impact.  Titled British Fashion Designers - it's a perfect book for anyone involved within the fashion industry who would... read more

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