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Willow Organics: Luxurious Organic Skincare

Founder Sue Stowell talks about her range of gorgeous organic products: enjoy a little bit of luxury that takes care of the planet.

Written by Sarah Critchley

lindsey_akamuti_darren fletcher Why did you decide to set up business?   Akamuti grew out of my passion for plants! I’ve always been interested in their role in tree medicine, price […]

An Interview with Blythe Pepino of Pepino

A sparkling band of humorous frivolity, sweet notes and beauty. Imperfect, unsigned but fabulous.

Written by Helen Martin

littlefishinterview_anielamurphy The Old Blue Last pub, prostate just off Old Street is a descent venue, a 120 capacity pub and live music venue owned by Vice Magazine, having recently undergone […]

An interview with Marion Foale of Foale and Tuffin, legendary Sixties knitwear label

Half of sixties legendary label Foale and Tuffin and later to be knitwear queen, Marion Foale, discusses her journey into fashion - from cramped flats to the Kings Road and £400 exclusive cardigans… and how the sixties were oh so fun! 

Written by Helen Martin

Matthew Rose is an American artist living in Paris known for his 1, tadalafil 000 piece wall-to-wall collages. On viewing his work, see you can’t help but feel as if […]

The Kotki Dwa Comeback: just in time for Halloween

Amelia's Magazine fave Kotki Dwa are back on the scene: and they return with a fabulous video and song especially for Halloween: spooky....

Written by Amelia Gregory

JoeWorricker_by_Sandra Dufour You’ve just released Finger-waggers. What’s this song about and why the name? I wrote Finger-Waggers when my hair was so shockingly large people used to pull at it […]

Exhibition Review: Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes 1909-1929 at the V&A

Theatre and fashion share the stage in the V&A’s new blockbuster exhibition about the Ballets Russes, showing work by an illustrious roster of artists

Written by Amelie Skoda

I’ve always loved France, abortion click harbouring an intention to learn the French lingo for many years. I’m not being frivolous, page I can assure you. I am able to […]

This Is The Kit: Wriggle Out the Restless – Album Review

Beautiful Bristol and Paris based band This is the Kit features the dulcet tones of Kate Stables. Luscious stuff.

Written by Helen Martin

Illustration by Sandra Contreras It’s clear the beauty industry is relentlessly changing as fast as the fashion industry, pharmacy with both mediums always being used to express the latest trends. […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Tim Soar

Tim Soar returns to London Fashion Week's Menswear Day with his unique blend of conceptual tailoring and super sexy materials - illustrated by Abby Wright!

Written by Matt Bramford

All Images: Katherine Tulloh, nurse website courtesy of the artist and Transition Gallery For a new exhibition of film and drawings at East London’s Transition Gallery, sales Katherine Tulloh explores […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Womenswear Preview: On|Off

In our third London Fashion Week preview, Lauren Smith takes a look at the designers showing at On|Off - the showcase that combines on and off schedule designers, featuring Pam Hogg, Aminaka Wilmont, Bryce Aime, Julian J Smith and Roksanda Illincic…

Written by Lauren Smith

Charlie le Mindu A/W 2010, recipe for sale illustrated by Naomi Law Cheeky Charlie le Mindu already had quite the reputation when he burst onto the scene in dramatic fashion […]

Pre-London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Interview: Eugene Lin

In the run up to London Fashion Week, we have a chat with fashion designer Eugene Lin about how he's preparing, what inspires him, and what British fashion means to him…

Written by Colin Dawidziuk

“It was when we were awarded a giant golden penis at the Erotic Awards, prostate malady that has to be my best moment here so far. It was a fashion […]

Secret Garden Party 2010: Sunday Review

Sunday at Secret Garden Party is a day for extreme silliness... mud wrestling, paint powder fights and doing the limbo. To the sounds of Savoir Adore, Horace Andy, Gabby Young and Other Animals and Mercury Rev.

Written by Amelia Gregory

SGP 2010-puppetry Photography by Amelia Gregory. Saturday arrived with none of the threatened rain we were worried about. Indeed, sale the ground was so dry and cracked en route to […]

Secret Garden Party 2010: Saturday Review

On Saturday the fancy dress came out in force and the party truly kicked off, accompanied to the sounds of Sarah Blasko, The Whip, I Blame Coco and The Golden Filter.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Hay bales for seating in the Collosillyum area. Photography by Amelia Gregory. If Latitude is a well planned amble between the South Bank, healing physician ICA, shop Royal Opera House […]

Secret Garden Party 2010: Friday Review

Secret Garden Party is a festival like no other. Here I sample fish therapy and review the Friday music acts including Animal Kingdom, Marina and the Diamonds, Infadels and Delays.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Hidden in a mini industrial estate just off Curtain Road, sales Payne Shurvell opens their inaugural exhibition “A Bright and Guilty Place” in an old light factory. The gallery directors […]

Latitude Festival 2010: A Review of the Comedy Arena, and more.

There were the big names: Robin Ince, Richard Herring, Deborah Francis White, and the New Acts: Ivo Graham, Eric Lambert and James Acaster. Find out just what you missed in the Comedy Arena this year...

Written by Amelia Gregory

aomi law-joan-of-arc The Dying Swan by Jenny Goldstone. When I was watching Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde set to the soundtrack of Warp artist Scanner at the Purcell Rooms a […]

Latitude 2010: Chelsea College of Art and Design Catwalk Review

A review of the Chelsea College of Art and Design Graduate Fashion Show held on the Waterfront Stage and featuring designers Bethan Smith, Sorcha Herbert, Charmaine Dresser, Ellen Chatelain and Shawana Grosvenor.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Latitude 2010-Ellen Chatelain by Amelia Gregory Bethan Smith by Krister Selin. On Friday afternoon I nestled in rushes amongst the clacking grasshoppers and giggling tweenies to watch the Latitude graduate […]

An interview with Catherine Feeny

Matt Bramford chats to Catherine Feeny about her new album People in the Hole, when she's coming to see us in the UK, and childhood dreams of George Michael…

Written by Matt Bramford

Catherine Feeny, view order illustrated by Emma Block Catherine Feeny is a rather wonderful folky songstress based in Portland, information pills click Oregon. Her third album, remedy People in the […]

Graduate Fashion Week Extra: Royal College of Art MA 2010

It's been so hard to decide... But here is Amelia's Magazine review of the RCA's talented class of 2010. With illustrations by Lesley Barnes, Katey Harvey, Gemma Milly, Marnie Hollande, Naomi Law and Joseph Keirs

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Gemma Milly of Zara Gorman’s Millinery. Over the last few years the RCA’s MA Fashion course has quietly been producing a series of extremely talented designers; from those […]

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A review of the Tarradiddle Exhibition

Lauren Mortimer, formerly of Amelia's Magazine, was one of the artists exhibiting when all female arts collective Martha held a pop up exhibition at Hackney City Farm in early June. But what does Tarradiddle mean? Read on...

Written by Oliver Johnson

Illustration by Gemma Milly of Zara Gorman’s Millinery. Over the last few years the RCA’s MA Fashion course has quietly been producing a series of designers who have reinvented their […]

An interview with street artists and filmmakers Peru Ana Ana Peru

The co-founder of LAVA Collective chats to the Brooklyn-based multimedia artists.

Written by Paddy Walsh

Peru Ana Ana Peru are Brooklyn-based multimedia artists. Their bizarre, pharmacy colourful creations can be found all over the streets of New York, brightening up the city’s darkest corners and […]

The Deepwater Horizon Disaster may convince BP to enter the Canadian Tar Sands

As the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico continues to grow, President Obama halts deepwater oil exploration and calls in the experts. Illustrations by Matt Thomas.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Dan Eldon’s visual diaries; courtesy of Kathy Eldon At some point in your life, sick cheap you may have kept a diary, website like this pouring into it all of […]

Festival Preview: Latitude

Come one, come all, to Suffolk. Suffolk? Yes, Suffolk. There's a really bloody brilliant festival there.

Written by Ian Steadman

Alternative Fashion Week Day 5 2010 Viveka Goyanes All photography by Amelia Gregory. Kim Seoghee may not be Flemish (I’m gonna bet he isn’t) but his work sure as hell […]