Inside 10: Dunhill’s Mark Weston Shows Us His Favourite Things
My Favourite Things is our Inside 10 series where we take a peek inside the homes, studios and offices of our favourite creatives and let them show you the objects they love. Today, Dunhill’s creative director, Mark Weston, takes us inside his home studio in Hampshire.
“From country house to acid house – I’m obsessed with the contrast of British style culture.”
“Aside from this Dunhill prototype eyewear having a great shape, the detailing, from the bark texture acetate to the Rollagas-strike temple detail, is incredible.”
“This very important record has been on my rotation since I first heard it last year.”
“The Dunhill Concours zip pouch was inspired by E Type car seats and made for AW18 – I love that it’s functional and tactile.”
“A wonderful gift from Moses Boyd – a rare dubplate. It’s so special to me as he’s one of my most trusted collaborators.”
“This book has informed a lot of my work, from approaching the collection and construction to image and printed materials. It’s worth the hefty price tag – if you can find it.”
“This is a brilliantly engineered turntable and the sound quality is phenomenal. It’s constantly on, keeping me motivated during these moments at home.”
“I’m in awe of what Sam [Shepherd] creates. He’s a real engineer of sound, with an incredible taste level.”
“A Dunhill Wrap jacket. I love the cut.”
“I discovered this record compilation from 1986 in the Dunhill archive – serendipity! So weird to think it was for a tobacco ad. I’m obsessed with what the version of this is for today. It’s a current side project.”
Taken from Issue 53 of 10 Men – NO PLACE, LIKE, HOME – is out NOW. Order your copy here.