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Satoshi Date: London Fashion Week A/W 2012 Exhibition Review

This London Fashion Week, designer Satoshi Date presented his A/W 2012 collections during an exhibition/workshop titled Alchemist's MInd where one could turn old, unloved material objects and feelings into something more precious.

Written by Maria Papadimitriou

Satoshi Date AW 2012 by Claire Kearns

Satoshi Date AW 2012 by Claire Kearns

Satoshi Date, an ethical fashion designer featured in Amelia's Compendium of Fashion Illustration, returned to an archway space on Holyrood Street near London Bridge to exhibit his A/W 2012 Lines 1 and 2 during London Fashion Week. He presented his S/S 2011 collection in the same gallery and in quite a similar way, having his designs hung from the ceiling along with other fabric elements so that the whole formed an installation.

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Music Album and Artist Review: Rebekka Karijord

Nordic/Swedish Rebekka Karijord has released her third album; The Noble Art Of Letting Go, recorded in the woods and city of Stockholm.

Written by Helen Martin

Illustration by Karolina Burdon When you have the radio on all the time, it’s inevitable that you will discover new things. I discovered Rebekka Karijord when I was baking a […]

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Ctrl-Alt-Shift Chantelle Fiddy Interview

Part 1 of our art editor’s coverage of United Underground 2, a music, art and activism event that ran all day last Saturday at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Written by Valerie Pezeron

All photographs courtesy of Matthew Gonzalez Noda Valerie Pezeron: Tell me about the event today? Chantelle Fiddy: It’s a new style of club night. The idea is to bring together […]

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Gavin Bond: Music 21st Century Rock n’ Royalty

Enter the sexy world of one of the most acclaimed music photographers!

Written by Laura Havlin

All photographs courtesy of Gavin Bond. The Killers The latest retrospective exhibition by acclaimed photographer Gavin Bond celebrates the best of his music work. Acting as a visual encyclopaedia of […]

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Leon Diaper: Photographer Spotlight

Leon Diaper's photography takes you for a walk on the wild side of modern America

Written by Leon Diaper

All photographs courtesy of Leon Diaper Leon Diaper is a 23-year-old very talented photographer hailing from New Forest. Leon graduated last summer from the art institute of Bournemouth where he […]

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From One Extreme to the Other at Idea Generation Gallery

As the Nat Finkelstein retrospective enters its final week, Amy Hughes discovers the photographer’s true role in US cultural and political exposé

Written by Amy Hughes

All photographs courtesy of Idea Generation The Warhol connection is a looming one, overshadowing many of the artistic talents tied to it, their skills and achievements gobbled up by all […]

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Tate Shots: Jared Schiller’s Dream Job

Have you heard of a new online venture showcasing every month a series of videos on Tate exhibitions and contemporary artists? Tate Shots' Jared Schiller tells Amelia's readers about living the dream.

Written by Jared Schiller

Jared Schiller with David Byrne All photographs and videos courtesy of Tate Shots except where otherwise stated. Back in 2002 whilst still a skint student, I started what was then […]

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Pecha Kucha: Death by Powerpoint?

Pecha Kucha is an evening of presentations mixed up with beer. Art editor and freelance illustrator Valerie Pezeron tested her not so developed showmanship skills for Amelia's and survived.

Written by Valerie pezeron

All Illustrations courtesy of Valerie Pezeron Imagine never having done any presentation to more than 30 people in your lifetime – and that did not really matter because they were […]

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They shall not grow Oldmovies…

Youthmovies is no more, sniff! A solemn (not!) obituary by music contributor Gareth David

Written by Gareth David

Photograph courtesy of Youthmovies For those of you familiar with Youthmovies, I say this: Fiddlesticks! On the 29th of December, they declared their intention to split after a handful of […]

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7:20s

Interview

Written by Prudence Ivey

The 7:20s are an enigmatically named bunch of attitudinous blokes from the West Midlands whose debut EP landed with a feisty thump on our doormat a couple of weeks ago. […]

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Music Listings

Written by Prudence Ivey

Monday 19th January Greg Dulli/Mark Lanegan, Union Chapel, London For fans of the drug-n-whisky soaked darker side of life this intimate venue should be the perfect place to catch the […]

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Hold Your Horses!

First EP

Written by Prudence Ivey

So it may have looked like I was deserting my post last week, swanning off to Paris to slide down hills on the ice and hibernate in nice restaurants. However, […]

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Music Listings

Written by Prudence Ivey

Monday 12th January Dead Kids, O Children, The Lexington, London Seriously energetic post-punk, sequinned and LOUD live act Dead Kids headline. No matter what you think of them on record, […]

A brief chat with frYars

Written by Luisa Gerstein

In issue nine we told you about the exceptionally talented frYars who could “do no wrong” (p.24 – near the bottom of the page). Longevity is what he’s striving for […]

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Jamie T

The Anson Rooms, Bristol

Written by Dave Chivall

Anyway, we missed the support because the thing that came through with the tickets said they were called the Macabees which sounds like one of those ‘The’ bands that make […]

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Final Fantasy

Scala, London, 24 October 2006

Written by Amelia Gregory

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 […]