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London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Maria Grachvogel

A review of the London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2011 catwalk show by Maria Grachvogel on 17th September at Somerset House.

Written by Katie Antoniou

Bunmi Koko by Aniela Murphy.
Bunmi Koko by Aniela Murphy.

I hadn't got a clue what to expect but I thought I'd just slip into the Bumni Koko presentation anyway. Sadly I had just missed the catwalk show, medicine rx but what I did encounter was an enthusiastically milling crowd snapping away at the models who were parading amongst them. Towering above us plebs, prescription they sassily swung canes adorned with vast pompoms, their eyes shielded in exotic feathers and tassels. Bright reds, ochres and black worked beautifully in tailored drapery and graphic prints that looked to be inspired by complex tie-dying.

Bunmi Koko S/S 2011 photo by Amelia Gregory
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Festival Review: Field Day 2010

Vicky Park played the perfect host for this urban festival, giving country-starved Londoners the chance to play in bales of hay whilst listening to their favourite bands.

Written by Laura Nineham

Dahling by Abigail Nottingham. “We’re building great cafes and restaurants on the Vintage High St, more about abortion where you will even find a Waitrose.” So said the flyer that […]

Festival Review: Vieilles Charrues

A spur of the moment visit to the Gallic version of Glastonbury provided a weekend packed with French music, French food and French wine (and lots of it) that all added up to the festival of dreams.

Written by Cari Steel

A couple of weeks ago, medications I was sifting through work emails and idly wondering how my forthcoming weekend was going to shape up; it seemed to be taking on […]

Festival Preview: Field Day

For any Londoner who is already showing signs of festival fatigue, you can get your music fix in Victoria Park on July 31st, and then go home and sleep in your own bed. Result!

Written by Laura Nineham

There’s a real charm to one day festivals: your money doesn’t run out, treatment you don’t have someone peeing on your hammock (thanks Benicassim) or shouting at all the non-Welsh […]

Festival Preview: Vieilles Charrues

What started as a humble French fete has become a leading international festival, but this Gallic event has not forgotten its roots.

Written by Cari Steel

Fanfarlo pic Today we are going to be popping over the channel in our search for the finest music festivals of the summer. In our bid to find an eclectic, […]

The Creators Project

Some of our most favourite artists and bands explain the innovative ways in which they combine art and technology, first up, Peaches talks lazer harps orchestras.

Written by Cari Steel

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Kitsune 8 – An Album Review

It's chic and nice, just like us!

Written by Katie Weatherall

We live in a haphazard world, ailment where one minute we can all feel like grotesque, all-consuming fat cats with an incredibly strong pound to suddenly joining the back of […]

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Two Door Cinema Club – An Interview

The Electro Pluck of the Irish

Written by Barbara Mattivy

The Big Chill House in King’s Cross was host to Love Spain/Hate Bullfighting last Thursday evening, viagra approved a street art competition ran by the League Against Cruel Sports, store […]

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Festival Review: Secret Garden Party

Cambridgeshire , 24th-26th July 2009

Written by Cari Steel

Since Ewan MacGregor sang to Nicole Kidman to the light of a Moulin Rouge, viagra information pills or perhaps since Don Quixote tilted heroically over the hills to La Mancha […]