Josh Sims

Josh Sims is a london-based writer and editor contributing to the likes of The Times, CNN, The Economist and Wallpaper, among other titles. He's the author of several books on style and design, the latest being 'Men of Style' (published by Laurence King)
Josh Sims
Josh Sims is a london-based writer and editor contributing to the likes of The Times, CNN, The Economist and Wallpaper, among other titles. He's the author of several books on style and design, the latest being 'Men of Style' (published by Laurence King)

Latest from Josh Sims

Audiophiles, would you pay US$1.2 million for a pair of speakers?

Audio lovers are obsessed with cutting-edge components and equipment that can sometimes cost more than a home

28 Jan 2019 - 10:54AM

Audio lovers are obsessed with cutting-edge components and equipment that can sometimes cost more than a home

Audiophiles, would you pay US$1.2 million for a pair of speakers?
Sacha Jafri – whose paintings are loved by Bill Gates, George Clooney and Madonna – is lighting up the future for children

The British artist has raised US$48 million for charity by auctioning off his works over the past 20 years

19 Jan 2019 - 10:09AM

The British artist has raised US$48 million for charity by auctioning off his works over the past 20 years

Sacha Jafri – whose paintings are loved by Bill Gates, George Clooney and Madonna – is lighting up the future for children
Gillette’s #MeToo ad, Jane Walker whisky and Boy de Chanel make-up – how do brands deal with gender stereotypes?

From products to advertisements, brands walk a delicate line between taking a stand and pleasing today’s socially-aware customer base

23 Jan 2019 - 2:20PM

From products to advertisements, brands walk a delicate line between taking a stand and pleasing today’s socially-aware customer base

Gillette’s #MeToo ad, Jane Walker whisky and Boy de Chanel make-up – how do brands deal with gender stereotypes?
Fake fur or real - do labels lie?

More luxury brands are jumping on the ‘no fur’ bandwagon, but fur supporters claim it has less environmental impact than faux fur

1 Jan 2019 - 12:02PM

More luxury brands are jumping on the ‘no fur’ bandwagon, but fur supporters claim it has less environmental impact than faux fur

Fake fur or real - do labels lie?
Limited-edition automobiles rule the road as carmakers produce special vehicles to attract consumers

Special-edition cars are giving production-line models a run for their money

14 Oct 2018 - 10:06AM

Special-edition cars are giving production-line models a run for their money

Limited-edition automobiles rule the road as carmakers produce special vehicles to attract consumers
Why the Campana brothers favour kitsch over Scandi minimalism

The Brazilian designers use elements of their colourful culture in the their work, and approach projects with a sense of exuberance and a love for novel materials

7 Oct 2018 - 10:02AM

The Brazilian designers use elements of their colourful culture in the their work, and approach projects with a sense of exuberance and a love for novel materials

Why the Campana brothers favour kitsch over Scandi minimalism
Young Iranian artists are offering glimpses into the country's history with dark but striking works

The value of Iranian artworks has grown as they gain more exposure and fetch high prices in auctions

30 Jun 2018 - 10:00AM

The value of Iranian artworks has grown as they gain more exposure and fetch high prices in auctions

Young Iranian artists are offering glimpses into the country's history with dark but striking works
Orange fibres, 3D printing: Luxury brands look for environmentally friendly biotextiles

Sustainability issues push luxury brands to research and develop biotextiles

1 Mar 2018 - 10:49AM

Sustainability issues push luxury brands to research and develop biotextiles

Orange fibres, 3D printing: Luxury brands look for environmentally friendly biotextiles
How Asian golf courses are going green
The Ed Sheeren effect: why bespoke glasses may be the next luxury trend
Automatons have a lesser-known history, tracing back to the Greeks
Are automatons once again the face of luxury watches and clocks?
Airships revolutionise luxury travel, and companies target the Chinese market
The DS3 Performance combines the style of French design and the thrust of hot-hatch culture
Car designers ‘have to be in China now’, says Pininfarina chairman
Mercedes-Benz A180d hatchback is a well-styled, practical compact for your latest property in Europe
Flying cars no longer a fantasy thanks to trailblazing designers and engineers
The fast, spacious, assured  Maserati Levante may be the least SUVish SUV in town
Smart homes inventions set to make hi-tech life a lot more luxe
Less is more for Peter Brock who helped build and design  iconic sport cars
Volvo moves up the design ladder  with V40 R-Design
From laptops to wine stoppers; How the world’s top automotive brands judge what’s right in product licensing
Small-car giant Fiat rolls out a classic retro sports model
The new Jaguar XF: more Bourne than Bond, stealthy and invisible in a crowd but with the right skills to call upon
Land Rover strikes a pose with convertible four-wheel drive Range Rover Evoque
Luxury goes lightweight and adopts superstrong materials
Rolls-Royce predicts it will create tailor-made cars for the rich and famous
Car review: Caught in the 4C Spider’s web of thrills
Aston Martin’s DB11 represents a sea change in design language
Rigorously intelligent, carefully put together, so Swedish in its design