Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien

Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien

Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien

Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien

Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien

Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien

Togetherness

2020 has been a rather unusual year. We went from having high hopes of this being the best year ever, to a global pandemic, travel bans, economic crises everywhere, a shift towards virtual working and living and not seeing our loved ones all year round. And that's not even half of it. It's fair to say that this has been a turbulent year, one we can't wait to leave behind us. But with the health crises expected to carry on until at least the first half of 2021 and the longterm economic consequences still left unpredicted, we're likely to stay in this for the time being.

But despite the surprising turn of events of this year, I'd say the global reset was definitely a welcome change. In retail, we saw a turning point towards sustainability. In hospitality, we saw a growing need for local initiatives. We've learned that mental health is just as important as physical health (if not, more important). And above it all, we saw a rise in humanitarian efforts and a sense of community and love for one another — a togetherness that wasn't there before.

Issue IV is the last issue of the year. Currant couldn't have started at a worse time. But like the rest of the world, we took our time to slowly build this platform. We had to anticipate to many changes around us, construct, tear down and reconstruct. Meanwhile, time flew by and we've now arrived in December. And with that, our first print issue. We're collecting our editorials from the previous months for our print, which we're very excited to present to you in January.

Until then, we have a month full of editorial surprises here and we hope you enjoy our December editorials.

We wish you a happy December, a warm holiday season in advance (hopefully with your loved ones, wherever you are) and see you all in the new year. A year that will hopefully be less disruptive than this year.

Creative Director
Igrien


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