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Stephanie Ellis

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Caitlin Rose at the Windmill Brixton: Live Review

The rising star from Nashville makes a welcome return for two sell-out shows at the Brixton Windmill on Thursday 10th March 2011.

Written by Richard Pearmain

Find Your Feet-Bollywood By Stamo A/W 2011 by Rebecca Strickson. On Sunday 13th March Find Your Feet hosted an ethical fashion show at the Mint Leaf restaurant in the Haymarket. […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Olivia Rubin (by Amelia)

Olivia Rubin showed her collection in the Jalouse Nightclub in Hanover Square on Saturday 19th February 2011. The tacky celebrities were out in their droves, but what of the clothes?

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Gareth A Hopkins After being amazed by Masha Ma, cialis 40mg I had a short break before heading back into the Freemasons Hall to see Jazzkatze’s A/W 2011 […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Jazzkatze

Tokyo-born Central Saint Martins graduate Ayumi Sufu, aka Jazzkatze, presents her debut collection at Fashion Scout - and it's good. Illustrations by Gareth A Hopkins, Stéphanie Thieullent and YesGo!

Written by Naomi Law

Kyla la Grange by Gemma Smith A couple of weeks ago I met with angsty new folk popstrel Kyla La Grange at her management offices in central London. Her slight […]

Fashion in Film Festival: Dreams of Darkness and Colour

In the last of our reviews from the Fashion in Film Festival, here's the lavish Rapsodia Satanica - a classic from the Italian silent movie era, accompanied by live music…

Written by Matt Bramford

Dry the River by Avril Kelly. How did you folks all meet up? Can you describe a bit more about the formation of the band? I’d like to say it […]

The Life and Times of the Sabre-Toothed Sausage

The Sabre-Toothed Sausage, otherwise known as the Naked Mole Rat, is a wonderful if peculiar looking beast that thrives in huge communities. With lots of ace illustrations...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration has now been reviewed widely on the internet. Here are some links to recent reviews and interviews with me: Cheapzine. Kevin Blowe for Red Pepper. Smack […]

Fantastic Flaçons: A look at iconic perfume bottles

We explore the history of iconic perfume bottles and examine some flaçons no dressing table should ever be without…

Written by Viola Levy

‘Chanel No.5′ designed by Jean Helleau. Illustration by Sandra Contreras When Freud pondered the question of ‘what women want, pharmacy ’ someone should have told him that there are few […]

Anorak Magazine presents the diaries of Oscar Kirk, circa 1919

I first read about this curious collaboration between Anorak Magazine and the Museum of London Docklands in my local rag. So when Cathy Olmedillas contacted me I was only too happy to find out more....

Written by Amelia Gregory

‘Chanel No.5′ designed by Jean Helleau. Illustration by Sandra Contreras When Freud pondered the question of ‘what women want, viagra ’ someone should have told him that there are few […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Louise Amstrup

How to annoy the anti fur brigade: by Louise Amstrup of Denmark. Here's my review of her show at On/Off on Sunday 19th September 2010. Illustrations by Stephanie Parr and Antonia Parker.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Krister Selin I was very excited to see what NEWGEN winner Michael Van Der Ham would have in store this season at his first solo show. He’s quickly […]

The Barclaycard Mercury Prize – A Preview!

Emma Barlow takes us through the line up of stellar nominees in this years' Mercury Prize ahead of tonight's glitzy awards bash at the Grosvenor House Hotel…

Written by Emma Barlow

[insert header by katie harnett] This September London Fashion Week enters the courtyard of Somerset House for its third season. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both […]

An interview with Think Act Vote

Amelia's Magazine talks to Think Act Vote about their Photobooths and their plans for Vintage at Goodwood this weekend...

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Most bands have a shelf life, purchase especially the ones who are hyped. Although a review like “The first band in a decade to lay serious claim to the Stone […]

Two Magpies Find: Fragments Exhibition

A new exhibition at the Mill House Café in Windsor celebrates beautiful birds, featuring artists such as Dan Prescott, Zita Saffrette, and our own Jenny Robins…

Written by Jenny Robins

Most bands have a shelf life, purchase especially the ones who are hyped. Although a review like “The first band in a decade to lay serious claim to the Stone […]

Film Preview: Just Do It – get off your arse and change the world launches Crowd Funding appeal

Just Do It looks into the mischievous and risky world of UK climate activists, and it needs your help...

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Alice Early, approved from her graduate work Kingston University might be a hop, skip and a jump from the capital, but the 2010 fashion graduates aren’t letting a little thing […]

Graduate Fashion Week 2010: East London

University of East London kicked off Graduate Fashion Week on Sunday 6 June, with whole load of interesting collections, including urban warriors, upmarket travellers, and Victorian missionaries…

Written by Lauren Smith

Alice Early, approved from her graduate work Kingston University might be a hop, skip and a jump from the capital, but the 2010 fashion graduates aren’t letting a little thing […]

Graduate Fashion Week 2010: Northumbria

Northumbria alumni Matt Bramford presents a totally unbiased (...) look at Northumbria's Graduate Fashion Week 2010 show, with illustrations from many of the students' development work…

Written by Matt Bramford

I always look forward to the Northumbria University BA fashion degree show for two reasons. One, price because it’s always effing good – the innovation, salve technique and creativity on […]

Ejectorseat Arts Festival

There was knitting, sketching, music and art galore at the EjectorSeat Festival, Southampton, on Saturday 5 June

Written by Jenny Robins

I always look forward to the Northumbria University BA fashion degree show for two reasons. One, price because it’s always effing good – the innovation, salve technique and creativity on […]

Shock Of The Goo.

The David Goo Variety Band, 93 Feet East.

Written by Gareth David

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Age Of Stupid, Indie Screenings

Written by Cari Steel

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Valerie Phillips Book Launch

Valerie Phillips Book Launch

The Cornell Spaceship Gallery at Exposure, 3–4a Little Portland street, W1 , 11 April to 2 May, daily 11.00-6pm.

Written by Lena Dystant

A worryingly bright room with the stench of fresh white paint known as the Nog Gallery was illustrator Marcus Oakley‘s chosen venue for the launch of his new book. Framed […]

Frightened Rabbit @ 229

Frightened Rabbit @ 229

229, 16th April 2008

Written by Rebecca-Lucy Innes

A worryingly bright room with the stench of fresh white paint known as the Nog Gallery was illustrator Marcus Oakley‘s chosen venue for the launch of his new book. Framed […]

Nina and Lola Pop-up Store

Nina and Lola Pop-up Store

La Viande, Charlotte Road

Written by Alexa Hall

A worryingly bright room with the stench of fresh white paint known as the Nog Gallery was illustrator Marcus Oakley‘s chosen venue for the launch of his new book. Framed […]


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