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Posts Tagged ‘T-shirts’

Ohh Deer Pop-Up Shop at Wolf & Badger: Review

There are plenty of things you could say about an arty pop-up shop complete with workshops on everything from comics to ceramics, but 'oh dear' is not one of them.

Written by Jessica Cook

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The only thing I know about Mayfair is that it's a pretty good property to buy if you're playing Monopoly. In reality, this pretty 'n' posh street is filled with people wearing suits standing outside clubs in the afternoon sun and, as far as I can tell, looking (or at least trying to look) as though they make lots and lots of dough. The cash kind, not the squishy kind.

It is strange but sort of perfect that the latest Ohh Deer Pop-Up is on Dover Street. As I head to the launch I notice that skinny jeans, hipster glasses, tattoos and dyed hair are dotted amongst the briefcases and Oxford shirts, as people make their way to the opening of this creative hubs latest temporary shop. These arty folks are a stark contrast to the suited up worker bees hanging out for cocktails after a hard day in the office.

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Uniqlo UT Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat T-shirts fashion illustration competition

Uniqlo UT today launches an exclusive range of Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat T-shirts online and we are inviting you to style the T-shirts through your artwork to create a unique fashion illustration. The winner will receive 2 return tickets from London to Paris and 2 tickets to the Keith Haring exhibition at the Musee D’Art Moderne. Read on to find out more about how you can participate.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Uniqlo UT today launch a new range of UT T-shirts bearing the iconic imagery of New York artists Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Keith Haring was one of the greatest […]

An Interview with Jewellery Designer Rosita Bonita

We chat to jewellery designer Rosita Bonita, aka Rowenna Harrison, about her new collection Siren

Written by Jessica Cook
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Simeon Farrar, The Great British Summertime: New S/S 2012 Season Preview Interview

London-based Designer and Artist Simeon Farrar talks about his journey from Art to Fashion and back again, his current S/S 2012 collection ‘The Great British Summertime’ and what we can look forward to from the label next season.

Written by Alia Gargum

Simeon Farrar S/S 2012 by Madi Illustrates What began as an ‘art experiment’ by London-based Simeon Farrar has now turned into a successful fashion label; winning not only international acclaim […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Menswear Day Presentation Review: SIBLING

After last season's triumphant boozer themed collection, this time around SIBLING take us on a rollercoaster tour of fairgrounds… presented in the NEWGEN space at Somerset House on Menswear Day, Wednesday 21 September

Written by Matt Bramford

Sibling S/S 2012 by Antonia Parker I had raced around the Fashion East installations in record time to ensure that I had the opportunity to have enough time to look […]

Caitlin Hinshelwood’s natural history

Gentle colours and subtle, gorgeous patterns are the common thread in the work of textile artist Caitlin Hinshelwood. She talks to Amelia’s Magazine about her love for the natural world and patterns, and the playfulness at the core.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Life on earth Hawks, more about snakes, seek dinosaurs, discount sharks and bears – there isn’t a kitty in sight in Caitlin Hinshelwood’s excellent fauna. We fell in love with […]

Festival Review: Aeon 2010

Devon's beautiful festival, Aeon, enjoyed its fifth year over the Bank Holiday weekend…

Written by Faye West

Man on Fire courtesy of Tim Shaw. To be honest I had not heard of the Threadneedle Prize before nor was I rushing to attend the preview party on Wednesday […]

T-post: the world’s first wearable magazine

Underground phenomenon T-post is a t-shirt, magazine and artwork all in one. Here, head honco Peter tells us why it all began, how it's developed, and how YOU can contribute!

Written by Matt Bramford

Quidams at Latitude 2010. Illustration by Sophie Parker and Daniel Sims After what had been a magical weekend we decided to spend our final night of Latitude simply drifting through […]

EJF Eco-Chic Pop-Up Store

The Environmental Justice Foundation opens the latest in its series of Pop-Up stores - with two floors of fabulous ethical and environmentally-friendly fashion…

Written by Matt Bramford

I popped along to take a sneak peek at the Environmental Justice Foundation’s Pop-up store on Carnaby Street yesterday. It’s the latest in a series of pop-ups by the EJF, […]

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Arts Editor’s pick: Christmas Gift Guide

It's that time of the year again! And boy, don't we have a truckload of Christmas goodies for your appreciation!

Written by Valerie Pezeron

At Amelia, information pills we thought you should know about these before you go out and brave the cold for that all important shopping trip! From limited edition prints to […]

The Illustrious Rose Blake

Exclusive Interview with Rose Blake

Written by Roisin Conway

Art Against Knives 4th-5th May 2009 The creme de la creme of East London’s artists and designers come together for Art Against Knives: a 2 day event and exhibition to […]

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Oaf-rageous!

The Lazy Oaf Drawing Club

Written by Chloe Stead

LuckyPDF is a new artist-led project based in Camberwell and Peckham, this web search South East London. LuckyPDF aims to promote and support new artists and creative talent within the […]