We met up with one of @e4chelsea’s newest cast , @itscharliemills. Charlie made his first appearance in the first episode of the new series on Monday evening. @sophie.exton talks to Charlie about joining Channel 4’s hit show, his favourite fashion designers, his top show over London Fashion Week and his tips on where to eat in London.
If you don’t know him by name quite yet, you have most likely at least seen actor @shazad Latif’s face before. Following several substantial roles on various television series, Latif is now going above and beyond as Lieutenant Ash Tyler on Star Trek: Discovery. With his London roots and an impressively strong CV under his belt, Latif is ready to save the day and prove to everyone that his latest television adventure is truly “out of this world.” Head to the film section to read the full interview (link in bio).
We sat down with rising star and actor Leo Suter to talk about his career, his new role in the second series of @itv's Victoria, alongside Jenna Coleman and his favourite spots to dine in London. Later this year the young actor will also be starring opposite Adelaide Clemens in Music, War and Love. To read the full interview, head to the film section (link in bio).
Props to our Issue 9 cover star, @oliver_cheshire who helped save the day on Saturday when he helped pin down the out-of-control driver outside of London’s Natural History Museum. Image from Candid Magazine Issue 9, shot by @packardstevens.
In this strange new world where inside becomes out and nothing is what is seems Rachel Whiteread reveals the intimate secrets of ordinary things with a tool belt of plaster, resin and rubber. More on ‘Forgotten Spaces’ at @tate by Claire Philips in the Arts section (link in bio). Image: Untitled (Stairs), 2001 by Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain, photograph by James Gourley/Rex/Shutterstock.
@harryleedobson has been teasing us with acoustic indie ballads on Instagram for months now. We finally pinned down the Bristol-based singer songwriter to find out when his solo EP is going to drop. The self-described indie rocker with a penchant for skin-tight jeans, girls and penning a song whilst under the influence also tells us about his new band KOKO and walks a through a day in the life of the recording studio. To read the full interview, head to the music section (link in bio).