Posted on 31 July 2014 at 22:31 by In Index Page

New Balance CT300: Trainer of the Year?


There's something about the "Made in England" tag that still lends a product cultural weight. And while it's usually suits or formal shoes that carry the epithet, it can also apply to trainers. That's where New Balance comes in. The latest shoe to come from the brand'... Read more

Posted on 25 July 2014 at 09:18 by In Architecture

Abandoned Places: The urban exploration of Henk Van Rensenbergen


The Abandoned Places photo book series documents the places of work, entertainment, habitation and welfare humans leave behind. To mark its third volume, the series’ author, Belgian pilot-cum-photographer Henk van Rensbergen tells Umbrella what he’s seen on his latest travels, why he ... Read more

Posted on 18 July 2014 at 08:43 by In Art

The first world war in colour


While armed conflict has been the subject of photographers since the American Civil War, there's something about the use of black and white pictures that somehow separates us from the event. In monochrome, these young men, with their moustaches, stiff postures and arcane uniforms seem a world... Read more

Posted on 11 July 2014 at 09:31 by In Style

K Way: the story of the perfect summer cagoule


The cagoule (or kagool) depending on your preference has been a staple in many a wardrobe since the 1960s. Made of nylon, it’s the archetypal one-job garment. It doesn’t promise that it’ll help you attract beautiful women or get you a table at the best restaurants. It just keeps... Read more

Posted on 04 July 2014 at 08:50 by In Art

The amazing rock ā€™nā€™ roll photography of Greg Neate


These days, everyone takes pictures at gigs. Forget losing yourself in the moment, it seems that the point of attending an event today is so you can record it on your smartphone to enjoy tomorrow. Making memories is everything. Photographer Greg Neate is the antithesis to this. For ... Read more