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Posts Tagged ‘Avril Kelly’

Craig Green, MAN: London Collections: Men A/W 2014 Catwalk Review

Craig Green showed his A/W 2014 collection as part of Fashion East's MAN show on Monday 6 June at the Old Sorting Office.

Written by Matt Bramford


Craig Green A/W 2014 by Avril Kelly

I'm a huge fan of Joyride, I go wild for The Look and there's no denying that It Must Have Been Love is one of the greatest rock power ballads ever written, but my favourite Roxette song is, without a shadow of a doubt, Listen to Your Heart. I'm telling you. No question. So imagine the feeling of overwhelming pleasure that I experienced when Craig Green, last up on the Fashion East MAN roster, had chosen it to soundtrack his show.

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Nadine Shah at the Lexington: Live Review

We saw the hotly tipped singer as she wowed the crowd at her album launch on Monday 22nd July 2013.

Written by Richard Pearmain

Nadine Shah by Tetsuya Toshima It was a bakingly hot day, even by the sweltering standards of the past week or so, and the upstairs venue of the venerable Lexington […]

Cate Le Bon at Village Underground: Live Music Review

The Welsh singer returns to London at the start of a UK tour with a sell-out show on Monday 23rd April 2012 to promote her second album.

Written by Richard Pearmain

Cate Le Bon by Sam Parr The seemingly ever present rain was holding off as I made my way up Commercial Street, past the facade of of shiny new shops […]

Illustrated Interview between Kate Nash and Rebekah Roy

At the first ever Industry networking event, Kate Nash is interviewed by her stylist Rebekah Roy. This illustrated version of the event features the talents of Claire Kearns, Avril Kelly, Sumi Senthi and Sandra Contreras

Written by Florence Massey

Kate Nash by Avril Kelly I’m not sure how many of you are (or should I say were) familiar with the Fashion Business Club, sildenafil but for those who aren’t, […]

Album review and interview – Mechanical Bride: Living With Ants

Her debut album came out a few weeks back - Living With Ants is a haunting feast for the senses, full of jazz and classical inflections. Please welcome Lauren Doss, aka Mechanical Bride.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Mechanical Bride by Sam Parr. Her debut album came out a few weeks ago and she’s been busy promoting it since then, adiposity but I’ve finally managed to secure an […]

Album Review – Marissa Nadler: Marissa Nadler

Marissa Nadler draws me in with her beautiful 5th self titled album, released this week on her own label: Box of Cedar Records via funds raised on Kickstarter. With lots and lots of illustrations.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Marissa Nadler by Avril Kelly. Marrisa Nadler’s 5th album came out this week. The Massachusetts born singer songwriter has been playing music since she was a teenager, viagra approved teaching […]

Album Review – Emmy the Great: Virtue

Lovely Emmy the Great is back with new album Virtue, and it's a multi-faceted wonder that explores the existential wanderings of her mind against a lush musical backdrop.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Emmy the Great by Soni Speight. I’ve been a fan of Emma-Lee Moss for oh so long. And she hasn’t failed me yet. Emmy the Great by Gabrielle Brittney. Emmy […]

Lazy Summer Days with Handmade Ethical Clothing from Lowie

I discovered Lowie when I shared a press day with them a couple of months ago. The brand was started by Bronwyn Lowenthal nine years ago and specialises in very cute, colourful dresses and knitted garments. Illustrated to perfection!

Written by Amelia Gregory

Lowie by Emma Jardine. Lowie was set up by Bronwyn Lowenthal – born in the UK, site raised in Tanzania, with Jewish roots and a Welsh name. She was trained […]

An interview with Oak fine fairtrade jewellers

We catch up with Jo-Anne Owdud and Parul Tolentino, owners of Oak: a fine jewellery boutique selling gorgeous forest inspired Fairtrade jewellery. Lovely.

Written by Hannah Bullivant

Illustration by Faye West The inspiration behind Oak jewellery is evident in its name. Delicate leaf motifs, cialis 40mg woven twigs and acorn designs abound, all inspired by the mighty […]

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Music: Album Review, Lia Ices

From Brooklyn, New York, classically trained, graceful, haunting and magical. Her voice is an instrument that she uses to mesmerising affect. Lia Ices' album; Grown Unknown, is out now.

Written by Helen Martin

Ross Harrison, information pills Director and Writer of Beyond the Brink, diagnosis Illustration by Francesca Bourne Beyond the Brink is young filmmaker Ross Harrison’s personal investigation into the debate on […]

The making of Jesca Hoop’s City Bird video

An inspiring delve into the mind of Elia Petridis, creator of music videos for Jesca Hoop's singles The Kingdom and City Bird.

Written by Amelia Gregory

190809_theunthanks[1]thumb Illustration by Rob Fuzzard It was fitting that they transformed their faces to serious and focused, adiposity when the first notes were hit. They were deep in the hills […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Michael Van Der Ham (by Amelia)

Michael Van Der Ham once again wowed the New Gen crowds at Old Billingsgate on Monday 21st February 2011.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Mark Fast A/W 2011 by Liam McMahon. I cannot tell a lie, order sickness having tried in vain for several seasons to get tickets, doctor I was super excited to […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Samantha Cole

Above and Beneath the Definitive Structure was all about black black black. And structure and shaping. But it was the figure hugging knitwear and velvets which won me over. Shown on Monday 21st February at Freemasons Hall.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Bunmi Koko A/W 2011 by Liam McMahon Bunmi Koko A/W 2011 by Toni Bowater. Bunmi Koko was undoubtedly one of my best chance discoveries of last season, this web so […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Masha Ma (by Naomi)

Amelia's Mag fave Masha Ma returns with her second solo collection at Fashion Scout… with fabulous illustrations by Maria del Carmen Smith, Avril Kelly, Maria Papadimitriou and Natasha Thompson!

Written by Naomi Law

Illustration by Natasha Thompson Autumn Winter 2011’s ‘DeCon’ is the second collection Masha Ma has shown at Vauxhall Fashion Scout; her MA collection was bought by bStore and she has […]

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The London Fashion Week Virgin: Estethica Review

Thoughts from a London Fashion Week virgin and a review of Estethica, the ethical fashion showroom, featuring Little Glass Clementine, Goodone, Joanna Cave, North Circular, Ciel, MaxJenny, Lu Flux, Tara St James, and Kumvana Gomani.

Written by Hannah Bullivant

Illustration by Avril Kelly http://cargocollective.com/avrilkelly There’s something about coming out of the Tube in an area you’ve never been to before. I realise this is an extremely London-centric point, order […]

Silversmith me: Jewellery upcycling workshop at the Papered Parlour

Grandma’s brooch with the broken pin is no longer confined to the jewellery box, but swinging on a chain in its new life as a necklace. The Papered Parlour’s silversmithing class is full of little histories given a new lease of life. With illustrations by Naomi Law, Madi and Avril Kelly.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Ada Zanditon A/W 2010 Echolocation Ada Zanditon A/W 2011 The Cryoflux by Ankolie. I cannot tell a lie: I went into Ada Zanditon‘s presentation with high hopes, order especially after […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Clements Ribeiro

Clements Ribeiro: ethical fashion meets the catwalk, bringing original prints and vintage features and longer, leaner sillouhettes - with illustrations by Avril Kelly and Jenny Robins!

Written by Akeela Bhattay

Illustration by Avril Kelly Finally escaping the intermittent drizzle, pilule I find myself standing in a beautiful hall within the restored Northumberland House in Trafalgar Square. The ornate ceiling is […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Lako Bukia

Covetable dresses, wispy shirts and leather trousers in a stunning palette of colours: Lako Bukia, London based, Georgian designer proves yet again that she is one of the fastest rising stars for wearable designs. With illustrations by Artist Andrea, Avril Kelly, Jenny Robins LIVE and Fritha Strickland!

Written by Akeela Bhattay

Illustration by Matilde Sazio She sounds delicate, look website like this pretty and well.. wonderful. Floating folk, her music is ethereal and yet very raw. We at Amelia’s have been […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Ziad Ghanem

Eagerly anticipated, the Ziad Ghanem show was unsurprisingly packed to the rafters. Read our review on the spectacle of a show with stunning illustrations by Madi, Avril Kelly and Alison Day.

Written by Florence Massey

Ziad Ghanem by Avril Kelly What an amazing show; Ziad Ghanem has trumped everything else I’ve seen this week. Opening with a model dressing in a dark, pharmacy dramatic floor […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Jacob Kimmie

Combining classical influences with a 90s gothic touch, Jacob Kimmie kept us entertained with a diverse collection.Oh, and two near naked men in tulle nappies. Illustrations by Avril Kelly

Written by Katie Antoniou

Waiting around for shows to start is one of the less interesting parts of London Fashion Week- unless of course you’re at Jacob Kimmie’s show where the designer had considerately […]