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Posts Tagged ‘Kylie Minogue’

Happy and Glorious: Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Illustrated

Celebrating 60 glorious years, here's our illustrated tribute to Her Majesty the Queen! Happy Jubilee!

Written by Matt Bramford


The Queen and her corgis by Sam Parr

This weekend marks 60 years since Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh became Queen of the United Kingdom and Head of the Commonwealth. The Diamond Jubilee will be celebrated (by most) across the world with street parties, boats on rivers, concerts and a diminutive Pop Princess writhing around in her underwear (I should imagine) on a makeshift stage in front of Buckingham Palace. It will be a glorious celebration of the Queen's dedication to her role and her people.

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London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Spijkers & Spijkers

Our review of Spijkers en Spijkers S/S 2011 collection presented an idea of soft femininity, inspired by the misogynic love of Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue's duet "Where the Wild Roses Grow"." With illustrations by Andrea Peters, Naomi Law and Alia Gargum

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Andrea Peters The title of Spijkers & Spijkers S/S 2011 collection “Where the Wild Roses Grow, physician ” takes it name from the ballad made famous for it’s […]

The Pipettes – Interview

Having lost a member and their reliance on 50s doo-wop, the Pipettes return with a second album that sees them seeking new sounds from the 60s and 70s

Written by Ian Steadman

The Pipettes were a pretty big deal a few years ago, prostate bursting onto the indie club scene with their 50s and 60s-influenced polka-dot pop song album Meet The Pipettes […]

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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 […]