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Conversations On A Banquette: Faye Toogood

Faye Toogood is a designer based in London. After graduating from Bristol University with a degree in Fine Art and the History of Art, she was snapped up at the tender age of twenty-two by the renowned founding editor of The World of Interiors magazine, Min Hogg. Working her way up from Stylist to Decoration Editor, Faye developed the quirky, offbeat and thoroughly English style that has since become her trademark. After eight years at the magazine, she left to set up her own Studio. Tucked away in a Georgian townhouse, opposite a river in North London the Studio is now the place where she and her small team base themselves. Formerly a regular contributor to Wallpaper*, Vogue, GQ Style, The Telegraph and Elle Decoration magazines, she is now currently working on interior projects and developing her own range of furniture.” Well, The EP was certainly intrigued by that description of Faye Toogood when we came across it while scrolling through her blog. Always ones to delve it bit deeper into the lives and work of those we find incredibly Outstanding and irresistibly Excellent, we decided to ask Ms. Toogood to allow us a personal peek inside her wondrous world of interiors. Let’s have a look…  To read the full interview, please click HERE. (Downloadable PDF)

Another Excellent conversation on a banquette. This time with the Outstanding London-based designer Faye Toogood. Image via Christopher Simon Sykes for Tatler magazine via Studio Toogood.

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MUST-HAVE EXCELLENCE: FAYE TOOGOOD, NOMINEE #2

Presenting the outstandingly Excellent work of Faye Toogood, formerly of The World of Interiors magazine, currently director of London-based creative consultancy Studio Toogood, second nominee for the 2009 Excellent People Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Excellency, Design Division.

Faye Toogood for Studio Toogood installation at Rei Kawakubo's Excellent Dover Street Market in London. Studio Toogood has the skill and experience to deliver innovative temporary spaces, including exhibition stands, restaurants and pop-up events. The in-house team communicates its ideas and concepts through models, detailed drawings and plans, and is able to oversee contractors both on and off site.

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