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London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Alice Palmer

Alice Palmer presented Into the Void at Fashion Scout on Tuesday 22nd February 2011, featuring minimalist monochromatic knitwear accessorised with amazing jewellery by Karen-Ann Dicken.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Alice Palmer A/W 2011 by Maria Papadimitriou.

Glaswegian Alice Palmer makes extravagantly shaped knitwear. Now based in London, she demonstrated her 'polyhedra knitting' skills to the max with her Into the Void collection. The press release cites the minimalism of Anish Kapoor, the eccentric dreams of flying machine enthusiast Gustav Mesmer, who invented an Umbrella Helicopter, and Black Sabbath as diverse influences, but you'd be hard pushed to identify them in anything more than the loosest of contexts.

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Ada Zanditon: An interview with the top ethical fashion designer.

A taster of my interview with Ada Zanditon that appears in Amelia's Compendium of Fashion Illustration.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Ada Zanditon from S/S 2010, The Colony. Illustration by Abby Wright. Ada Zanditon was inspired to use ethically and environmentally conscious solutions in fashion design after she heard a talk […]

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Anish Kapoor warps the very fabric of the Royal Academy’s being

Royal Academy, London

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Anish Kapoor loves to construct sculptures out of Gesso and Pigment, two materials in which colour is often illusionary and dependent on the viewer. The first room of the exhibition […]

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Art listings Sept 28 – Oct 4 – Big shows roll into town

Written by Satu Fox

Gustav Mertzger at The Serpentine From tomorrow Gustav Metzger’s “auto-creative” and “auto-destructive” art  involved antics like spraying acid on nylon and building objects only to tear them down, each shape […]