“It’s very romantic, a bit nostalgic, and very optimistic,” says Luke Edward Hall of his design aesthetic. In just a few short years, Hall—an artist, interior designer, and interiors columnist for the Financial Times—has made a serious name for himself, creating stationery for Papier; loafers for Stubbs & Wootton; cushions for Liberty London; a wine label for Berry Bros. & Rudd; plates for Le Sirenuse hotel, in Positano; a biscuit for the Royal Academy.... The list goes on.
Hall earned a degree in men’s-wear design from Central Saint Martins, in London, in 2012, and went on to intern at Dazed magazine while also working for a handful of well-known fashion and interior designers. He quickly fell in with a young, creative set, which included his now fiancé Duncan Campbell, co-founder of a London-based creative consultancy.