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Pam Hogg: London Fashion Week S/S 2013 Catwalk Review

Pam Hogg held her inimitable catwalk show on Monday 17th September: featuring famous people, catsuits and naked bits. Plus the occasional flash of genius.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Pam Hogg S/S 2013 by Faye West
Pam Hogg S/S 2013 by Faye West.

Pam Hogg was, as ever, a hot ticket this season - ensuring that the likes of Bobby Gillespie, Nick Cave, and Nick Rhodes had snagged a front row seat. Celeb spotting is always a highlight of any Pam Hogg catwalk show. Because, let's face it - you pretty much know what you are going to get: intricately cut catsuits, famous tit and ass... plus some tantalisingly wonderful clothes.

Pam Hogg SS 2013 Sept 2012-photography by Amelia Gregory
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Primavera Sound 2011 Review: Moon Duo, PiL, The Glenn Branca Ensemble, Suicide and more… (Day 1)

Like every end of May, Primavera Sound officially opens the music festivals season. For its 11th edition it promised to be beyond any expectations, with acts such as PiL, Animal Collective, Pulp etc. And it proved it definitely was! This is how the first day of this music marathon went. Stay tuned, the rest will follow soon!

Written by Laura Lotti

Photo by Chus Sanchez (Courtesy of Primavera Sound) Primavera Sound 2011 opened in a delicate climate this year, full of antithetical feelings and tensions. On the one hand, bitterness, for […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Spijkers & Spijkers

Our review of Spijkers en Spijkers S/S 2011 collection presented an idea of soft femininity, inspired by the misogynic love of Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue's duet "Where the Wild Roses Grow"." With illustrations by Andrea Peters, Naomi Law and Alia Gargum

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Andrea Peters The title of Spijkers & Spijkers S/S 2011 collection “Where the Wild Roses Grow,” takes it name from the ballad made famous for it’s unexpected pairing […]

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

Aminaka Wilmont A/W 2010, illustrated by Michelle Urvall Nyrén London Fashion Week is renowned for showcasing up and coming design talent – and nowhere is more uniquely ‘London’ than On|Off. […]

Climate Camp at Glastonbury 2010: Line up information

Climate Camp returns to the Dragon Field for the second year running - and this year the Tripod Stage hosts a much expanded line up of music, poetry and comedy. A Glastonbury gem!

Written by Amelia Gregory

Can it really be a year since the last Glastonbury? In 2009, for the first time, Climate Camp was given it’s very own space in the Dragon Field just above […]

An interview with ace comedian and Latitude regular Robin Ince.

Robin Ince talks Latitude, crabs, climate change and the joys of Mills and Boon. Plus what he recommends you see at Latitude festival this year.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Robin Ince by Sayaka Monji. I will not tell a lie – I first encountered Robin Ince only last month, when I attended his School for Gifted Children at Bloomsbury […]

Festival Preview: Latitude

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

Written by Ian Steadman

The first festival I ever had the fortune to attend was Latitude 2007. Still a fresher at university, still fresh-faced and just a little naïve; a small hatchback, four friends, […]

Mountain Man – Made the Harbor – Album Review

Album from a female vocal trio rooted in Americana, mastering a classic musical form

Written by Ian Steadman

You’d think that the internet would offer up the number of annual visitors to US National Parks more easily. I was hoping to start this post by comparing the resurgence […]

O.Children – Interview

Interview with a darkly-influenced band, weaving a web of gothic rock and noise

Written by Ian Steadman

The first thing that you’ll notice about O.Children is that voice. Their singer sounds like he’s singing from the crypt – hell, the whole band sound like they’re howling from […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Catwalk Review: Pam Hogg and Nick Cave, Peaches Geldof, Mika

A review of the Pam Hogg show on Monday 22nd February, featuring celebrities including, drumroll please... Siouxie Soux, Jodie Harsh, Mika, Peaches Geldof, Nick Cave, Jaime Winstone, Alice Dellal and Tim Noble & Sue Webster.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Pam Hogg by Etiene Del Monte. Pam Hogg can pull in an all star rocker crowd and she knows it. I wondered if this begat the complex star sticker system […]


London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Catwalk Review: Pam Hogg

Amelia's Magazine piles into On|Off at Victoria Place, Bloomsbury Square for the Pam Hogg show, chockablock with celebrities...

Written by Jonno Ovans

We’re telling you, this Pam Hogg review nearly didn’t happen. The tickets were hierarchically graded in insidiously gradual decline from two gold stars, one gold star, silver, bronze, green, red […]


Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – The Road Soundtrack – Review

Desolation Never Sounded So Beautiful, Another Magnificent Collaboration From Two Cool Uncles Of Rock

Written by Andy Devine

The year looks to be getting off to a pretty weather-beaten start across Great Britain. It seems rather apt that it also see’s the release of The Road, a film […]


Triple Threat Textiles by Nick Cave

Nick Cave's heady mix of fashion, art and music!

Written by Sabrina Morisson

All images courtesy of Nick Cave. Put a cape or tutu on a kid and the only thing stopping them from becoming a superhero or princess is our own stunted […]


ATP Film – A Review

10 Years of All Tomorrow's Parties on Film

Written by Katie Weatherall

All Tomorrow Parties, a music festival that largely happens at out of season holiday camps, celebrates it’s tenth year in 2009 and part of that anniversary celebration sees the release […]


Loverman – A Live Review – Prom Night of the Living Dead

Hoxton Bar and Kitchen, 28th September 2009

Written by Katie Weatherall

From out of the late 80s/early 90s shadows, Loverman launch their ‘Human Nature’ EP amongst the Shoreditch elite at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen with all the swagger befitting an underground […]

Climate Ceilidh oct 9th

Music Listings: 5th – 11th October

Gigs lovingly handpicked by me for you

Written by Katie Weatherall

Monday 5th October, Fuck Buttons, Rough Trade East The excellent, abrasive yet sublimely melodic electronic duo, Fuck Buttons, who we reviewed last week, play cuts from their much-anticipated Andy ‘great […]

All Tomorrows Parties curated by The Dirty Three

All Tomorrows Parties curated by The Dirty Three

Minehead, April 2007

Written by Amelia Gregory

Tim Noble and Sue Webster holding hands across the table in Butlins Burger King neatly sums up the vibe at this years first ATP. Now located way out west at […]