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Fox and Flyte in London

Christine Chang Hanway December 15, 2011

Fox and Flyte, an online purveyor of vintage wares, was founded by three like-minded friends who share a passion for beautifully made things with a history. When not at their day jobs ( Luke Edward Hall is a student of menswear fashion design at Central St. Martin, Duncan Campbell is an Acne Paper editor, and Haeni Kim is in fashion PR), the trio can be found trawling markets in search of objects they can repair and restore. Their mission is to find new homes for objects that might otherwise be considered old-fashioned or fussy. “It is our belief that beautiful things can improve the quality of your life,” they say. “But then again, perhaps you just need some teaspoons.”

Photography by Fox and Flyte for Remodelista.

Above: Fox and Flyte’s holiday cocktail setting, anchored by a silver-plated 1930s Punch Bowl with Ten Cups (£260).

Above: A set of six Georgian-style Port Glasses (£48), displayed on an inlaid wooden Drinks Tray (£210).

Above: A silver-plated Victorian Nutcracker (£39) rests on a 1930s Snuff Box (£54).

Above: Seasonal comestibles, including clementines, walnuts, and mince pies, served on a Doulton Serving Plate (£72).

Above: Duncan Campbell wears the limited-edition Tropical Print Shirt (£129) handmade in the UK using Philip Jacobs for Rowan fabric, while Luke Edward Hall models the Liberty Art Fabric Cotton Tie (£65); both were designed by Luke Edward Hall for Fox and Flyte.

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