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Posts Tagged ‘Vivienne Westwood’

Graduate Fashion Week 2010: A Preview

For four days only, graduating fashion students showcase their final year collections at Earl's Court...

Written by Matt Bramford

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It has been twelve years since Far released Water and Solutions, drug unwittingly creating the blueprint for post hardcore music and making lead singer Jonah Matranga the godfather of every sensitive boy with a guitar. Thursday, ed Biffy Clyro and Funeral for a Friend cite Far as one of their biggest influences and regularly cover their songs at live shows. After a decade apart, Sacramento’s post hardcore pioneers return with their impressive new album, At Night We Live.

The album is dedicated to close friend and bassist of seminal hard rock outfit Deftones, Chi Cheng, who is currently in a semi-conscious state after a near fatal car accident last year.

As soon as Matranga’s menacing whisper introduces the… read more

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An interview with Kelly Goss, aka Rock ‘n’ Needle

Kelly Goss, founder of womenswear label Rock 'n' Needle, is a self-confessed tattoo obsessive, but she doesn't have any herself. I caught up with her to talk tattoos, PVC and Henry Holland…

Written by Matt Bramford

All photography by Amelia Gregory. By Day 4 at Alternative Fashion Week things start to go a little hazy – and the other bloggers who were so keen earlier in […]

An interview with fashion designer Lu Flux

Katia Bololia interviews ethical fashion designer Lu Flux, 'London's newest one to watch' and finds out there's a good reason why...

Written by Katia Bololia

Christopher Raeburn S/S 2014 by Lilly Allen There’s no stopping Christopher Raeburn. In 2010, website like this he was the first designer to be awarded the now lauded NEWGEN sponsorship; […]

Lee Alexander McQueen – An Irreplaceable Inspiration

Two months on, Georgia Takacs speaks to Carly Moroney, reflecting on what the death of Alexander McQueen will mean to the art students and young creatives who worshipped him.

Written by Georgia Takacs

All images courtesy of Jasiminne Yip Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, medications Malaysia and sprung out of  Central Saint Martins over here, symptoms illustrator Jasminne Yip is my find […]

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London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Presentation Review: House of BlueEyes

An unexpected meeting with Faye Marie, former pole-dancer featured in issue 01 of Amelia's Magazine and now cupcake baker and owner of Through the Looking Glass bookshop. Plus a review of the presentation by JohnnyBlueEyes at Freemasons' Hall on Saturday 20th February.

Written by Amelia Gregory

House of BlueEyes. All photography by Amelia Gregory. Bumbling back towards the Freemasons’ Hall I recognised a familiar face standing out in the street, look looking not unlike a sexy […]

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London Fashion Week Autumn/ Winter 2010 Catwalk Review: Doii

Whilst it was a close call with Ashish, Doii was definitely my favourite collection of the season making me actually look forward to next winter so I too can join this magical fairytale...

Written by Rachael Oku

Jamie Shovlin  Courtesy of The Vegas Gallery Moral turpitude is quite a fantastic term. According to wikipedia, physician visit web it’s an act of baseness, search vileness or depravity in […]

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London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Catwalk Review: Gemma Slack

True artistry shines through with strikingly dark film presentation

Written by Valerie Pezeron

In a strange part of town, medical in a venue that gave no clue as to why it existed (apart from having the appearance of a Travelodge) Andrew Majtenyi presented […]

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Environmentally Conscious Style on a Budget- part one

Contributor Sisi King talks us through the rising trend for ethical fashion.

Written by Sisi King

Image courtesy of Esthetica, approved sponsored by Monsoon 2009 was quite a year for ethical fashion. Dazed and Confused featured an in-depth interview with fashion icon Vivienne Westwood and leading […]

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Ctrl.Alt.Shift – Current Affairs & a Double Shot of Tequila

The HQ at Ctrl.Alt.Shift is unleashing their Corruption Issue into general bookshops! Art editor Valerie Pezeron investigates!

Written by Valerie Pezeron

When Owen Pallett, pharmacy the man behind the erstwhile Final Fantasy moniker, announced in December 2009 that he was abandoning the name in favour of recording under his birth name, […]

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Get your fashion fix this weekend!

Written by Rachael Oku

Down at Denaby Main people are doing it for themselves. For five years the former museum of the millennium ‘The Earth Centre’ has kept its doors firmly closed to the […]

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An Interview with Yang Du, Surrealist Fashion Designer.

London Town, that creative chestnut.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

No rest for the wicked or the socially and politically minded, seek this week ends with another action packed weekend with the anarchist bookfair and the 350: International Day of […]

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Charlotte Daffern – Not your stereotypical designer

Innovative Fabric Design

Written by Sally Mumby - Croft

Charlotte Daffern’s playful statement jewellery borders on the completely eccentric, this whilst tackling ideas of gender and national stereotype. The work re-visits the 1950’s as a result of the surge […]

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LFW 09 – Jeremy Scott S/S2010: YABBA-DABBA-DOO!

Somerset House, Tuesday 22nd 2009

Written by Jonno Ovans

Man hunt. Man kill. Man make fire. Man make… mankinis? Well Jeremy Scott does at any rate. The pounding drums that blared out of the speakers at Scott’s S/S10 show […]

Festival Review: Latitude

Suffolk, 17th - 19th July

Written by Alice Watson

Since Ewan MacGregor sang to Nicole Kidman to the light of a Moulin Rouge, viagra information pills or perhaps since Don Quixote tilted heroically over the hills to La Mancha […]

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Hero of the Week

Dame Vivienne Westwood, Illustration by Kerry Lemon

Written by Lucy Jones

Monday 12th Jan Starting today: The Voice and Nothing More is a week-long festival at the Slade Research Centre that explores the voice as both medium and subject matter in […]

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Earth Listings

12th-18th January

Written by Lucy Jones

Monday 12th Jan Starting today: The Voice and Nothing More is a week-long festival at the Slade Research Centre that explores the voice as both medium and subject matter in […]