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Posts Tagged ‘beijing’

Little Women AW15: an interview with Renli Su

The London College of Fashion trained designer talks us through her current collection, using beautiful ethical fabrics.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Renli Su by Bonaramis
Renli Su AW15 by Bonaramis.

Chinese born designer Renli Su first caught my eye when her collection appeared on the catwalk as one of the Fashion Scout Ones to Watch crew in 2013. The designer explores the idea of Time and Memory, with each season expanding and developing on this theme. For SS15 and AW15 she has been inspired by the tale of Little Women, resulting in two 'strong yet feminine' collections that reflect the typical dress sense of elegant and charming girls living in the mid-late 19th century.

Renli Su AW15
Renli Su AW15
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Written by Amelia Gregory

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London 2012 Olympic Games Team Opening and Closing Ceremonies Illustrated

Celebrating the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympics in illustrations. What did you think of them?

Written by Amelia Gregory

Jessie J by Laura Hickman. Can it really be a week since the Olympics ended? Here’s my final blog post inspired by the visual drama of the ceremonies that opened […]

London 2012: The XXX Olympic Games

Seven years in the making, the London 2012 Olympic Games FINALLY begin this evening. Here's our illustrated guide, with some surprises, too…

Written by Matt Bramford

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I stole an Ai Weiwei Sunflower Seed from the Turbine Hall…

And then I stole some more... This magnificent new exhibition at the Tate Modern links creator to audience like never before.

Written by Amelia Gregory

In June, information pills site Amelia’s Magazine previewed Just Do It: get off your arse and change the world, see a feature documentary (in production) from Age of Stupid executive […]

Common Ground Exhibition, China

China at the Huan Tie Art Museum, 9th-19th November

Written by Tanya Geddes

Monday 20th October Design Museum, ailment website Alan Aldridge: Until Jan 25th 28 Butlers Wharf, try Shad Thames Retrospective of Aldridge, an illustrator and graphic designer whose work includes album […]