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London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Catwalk Review: David Koma

David Koma presented an epic collection inspired by Polynesian tribal tattoos and African Zulu style at the old Waterloo Eurostar Terminal on Tuesday 20th September 2011.

Written by Amelia Gregory

David Koma SS12 by Gilly Rochester
David Koma S/S 2012 by Gilly Rochester.

Ahhhhh… David Koma. One of London's most feted new design talents and a hot ticket on a Tuesday you would think, cialis 40mg but this show was far from full let alone packed, viagra with people scurrying forwards to the front row from all sides as the show began. Beneath the glassed roof of the old Waterloo Eurostar terminal David Koma presented a beautiful collection on some so-so models. I'd heard rumours that an early start to Milan was dragging off the more important parts of the fashion industry but if ever there was proof this was it.

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The Threadneedle Prize at the Mall Galleries

Wow! There's a cool alternative to the Turner prize. This rather odd and rare show heralds a more confident kind of representational art. At last!

Written by Valerie Pezeron

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 […]


London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Catwalk Review: Falguni & Shane Peacock

A review of the Indian designers Falguni & Shane, showing at Victoria House on Sunday 21st February. And my thoughts on why they would choose to show at London Fashion Week. Illustrations by Xenab Lone Jamil.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Falguni & Shane by Xenab Lone Jamil Falguni & Shane by Xenab Lone Jamil. The invite for Falguni & Shane Peacock showed a plethora of jewelled leopards photoshopping their way […]


Visible Invisible: Against the Security of the Real

Hannah Osborne investigates artistic attempts at rendering visible the invisible forces within the visible

Written by Hannah Osborne

Side-projects by band members can be hit and miss affairs- it’s either a radical departure from the “day job” or sounds so similar that you end up thinking, cialis 40mg […]


Art Listings: 24th August â

Weekly Listings > London

Written by Sarah Narraway

Having spearheaded the new London folk scene with their debut album, there medical Noah and the Whale are back with their hands full up, releasing a new single, album and […]


Art Listings: 17th August â

Weekly Listings: London

Written by Sarah Narraway

Richard Hogg: Off The Wall Concrete Hermit Gallery Concrete Hermit?5a Club Row? London?E1 6JX Until 29th August 10am – 6pm Mon – Sat Off the wall is a simple story […]

Time Out’s First Thursday: Martin Creed

Time Out’s First Thursday: Martin Creed

East London, 11 May 2007

Written by James Edwards

Those of you who’ve seen Fame (you know the one, store information pills “Remember my name (FAME!)/I’m gonna live forever” and all that jazz) may remember the relatively small but […]

USA Today: Royal Academy of Arts

USA Today: Royal Academy of Arts

RCA, London, 27 October 2006

Written by James Edwards

The last time I saw Final Fantasy was in the tiny Spitz venue. Tonight he is playing to full capacity at the Scala; word has clearly spread and expectations are […]