About Fabio
I am a creative director and music producer living in London. Under the name “Klint” I’ve written and produced music for films and trailers such as Guy Ritchie’s Snatch, The Devil Wears Prada, Seven Psychopaths and The Monuments Men. In 2004 I co-founded Specialten, a music and film dvd magazine and in 2009 File magazine, an online film, art and design publication. My latest project is citylikeyou.
http://file-magazine.com
Current city: London
I am a creative director and music producer living in London. Under the name “Klint” I’ve written and produced music for films and trailers such as Guy Ritchie’s Snatch, The Devil Wears Prada, Seven Psychopaths and The Monuments Men. In 2004 I co-founded Specialten, a music and film dvd magazine and in 2009 File magazine, an online film, art and design publication. My latest project is citylikeyou.
 
A multi-disciplinary art and project space in White City. Designed by architects Liddicoat and Goldhill, Elephant West is a new venture from Elephant Magazine - an online and print art publication
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Melrose and Morgan is a grocery shop and kitchen providing freshly prepared food and artisan products in the heart of Primrose Hill and Hampstead Village.
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Award-winning restaurant and creative hub. Introducing great chefs from a variety of countries and cuisines.
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Fantastic selection of magazines ! 
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An all women's team restaurant serving delicious home-cooked Indian cuisine. Owned by the very charming and talented chef, Asma Khan.
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The finest artisan Italian ice cream in the heart of London.
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This is my new local cafe. Healthy food, lovely people and great atmosphere. My favourites are the kyuri cleanse juice, the Avodon and the Joy's salad. Great place for meetings too.
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A fantastic fresh handmade pasta shop and restaurant in Shoreditch. If you are looking for authentic Italian cooking, look no further!
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Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Since being founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it has championed the careers of artists who have transformed the way art was made and presented.
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Always interesting exhibitions and a nice little shop selling magazines, prints and books.. Small and simple gallery, surrounded by Hyde Park's beautiful elegant landscape.
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An intimate live music venue in Dalston with lots of underground and experimental music you won't find anywhere else in London.
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Seasonal British food at its BEST !
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British seasonal ingredients through an Italian lens....Parmesan fries, wild mushroom tagliatelle and tiramisu are some of my favourites.
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One of the few newsagents in London with the widest selection of specialist international fashion, media, art and design magazines. Just off Portobello Road.
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Excellent breads & pastries, including their famous sourdough & doughnuts!
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Mini mini mini..delicious steamed milk buns.
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Beautiful, calm location for lunch on a sunny day in London. Housed in a former school bike shed on Arnold Circus in Shoreditch. Great seasonal fresh food.
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A new farmers market for Golborne Road and Ladbroke Grove. With up to 30 stalls, there is everything from fish, meat, fruit, veg and bread, and plenty of lunch options too. Opens every Saturday from 9am to 2pm.
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All-day cafe, restaurant and grocery store selling seasonal organic fruit and vegetables.
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My favourite Cinema in London, in the heart of Mayfair. I love the 1960s architectural design, especially the large auditorium, the seats are very comfortable and the sound and screen size its perfect!!.
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The best macarons I have ever had, light and airy with a chewy center. By far my favourite shop in Paris.
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Perfect Little Place for coffee and cakes! Some good things do come in small packages.
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Great bookshop and gallery in the North Marais.
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Granja Dulcinea was born in 1941, one of the most emblematic chocolatiers of Barcelona, founded by Juan Mach and Elvira Farràs.
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Great exotic restaurant with a nice vegetarian option menu. Try the chocolate fondant and coconut ice-cream it’s delicous! 
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The actual canteen of the Kunsthal Charlottenborg gallery, It has only one dish a day, changing daily. Led by chef Frederik Bille Brahe. Great food and atmosphere.
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