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Digital Nomad: Horizn Luggage at London Fashion Week 2017

The astute will spot these smart (in every sense) cases on the catwalk this London Fashion Week. Hitherto a hi-tech travel brand based in Berlin, SEEN hears rumours of the brand’s arrival in London this autumn.

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Their understated sleekness and durability makes the luggage perfect for the urban nomad. Horizn’s contemporary cases and bags keep the traveller connected with inbuilt removable batteries, allowing you to recharge your mobile devices up to 6 times, and incorporating a Personal Travel Assistant with optional Guard Card and GPS systems to ensure that you and your luggage never gets lost.


The cases are made to the very highest specifications: leather elements are sorced and stitched in Italy; German polycarbonate; and Japanese Hinomoto wheels ensures top engineering in the Horizn Trolley case. Subject to strict testing and development to ensure that the needs of the 21st traveller are always met, the design/travel/tech interface is kept up-to-date.

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The team behind Horizn Studios, Stefan Holwe and Jan Roosen have elevated their brand’s visibility through a collaboration with Soho House and Design Hotels™. London is set to join New York, Florence, Berlin and Paris as the next stop on the journey for this global brand

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Port Cities play the Slaughtered Lamb

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Faune: a free new typeface from France

SEEN has always been fascinated by typefaces, so was very interested to hear that the Centre National des Arts Plastiques (Cnap), a public establishment of the French Ministry of Culture, in partnership with the Groupe Imprimerie Nationale, has commissioned the creation of a type family. Alice Savoie was chosen by a panel of experts following …

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Prep release new single and play Islington Assembly Hall this Sunday

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Enjoy the Feast of St. Patrick with with a Midleton Very Rare Champagne Cocktail at Corrigan’s of Mayfair

Londoners will know how enthusiastically the city enjoys St. Patrick’s Day. For a different and very luxurious experience of this auspicious day, you might want to try a trip to one of (Irishman born and bred), Richard Corrigan’s restaurants, particularly Corrigan’s Mayfair who will be hosting a full-day celebration for St. Patrick’s Day with Irish …