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Pam Hogg: London Fashion Week A/W 2014 Catwalk Review

This season Pam Hogg was prompted by Amnesty International to show a collection dedicated to Pussy Riot, exploring themes of gay rights and protest. Showing at Fashion Scout on Friday 14th February.

Written by Maria Papadimitriou

Pam Hogg A/W 2014 by Marina Muun

Pam Hogg A/W 2014 by Marina Muun

I thoroughly enjoyed the Pam Hogg S/S 2014 catwalk show last September, bathed as it was in a joyous theatrical atmosphere. So I was a little surprised to find that this season the Pam Hogg A/W 2014 show felt like a deflated repetition of last year, with a couple of the outfits seemingly almost identical to those shown for S/S 2014. However, it all made much more sense when, afterwards, I found out more about how and why this collection was created. In fact, Pam Hogg had opted not to show this season, but had a change of heart after a last minute personal request from Amnesty International to give a nod to Russian punk band Pussy Riot during London Fashion Week, especially as the event coincided with the Winter Olympicsread more

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University Campus Suffolk: Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

Fabulous photography from the Allsorts crew: anarchists as traditional figures of painting by R.G. Brown, interior portaits by James Roffe and up close and personal male nudes from Thomas Ford.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Detail of The Anatomy Lesson after Rembrandt by R.G.Brown. From University Campus Suffolk there was an intriguing selection of experimental photography in their Allsorts exhibition at Free Range. James Roffe‘s […]

Protest: Why We Support The Student Occupations

What's that I hear you cry? No If's, No But's, No Education Cuts!

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Bust Craftacular Josie Long and Darren Hayman support the occupations. All Photographs courtesy of UCLOccupation. Since the first protest over two weeks ago, viagra 40mg there has been something palatable […]


Copping Out: The latest from Trafalgar Square

What's happening down at the COP OUT Camp out

Written by Grace Beaumont

Illustration by Verity Smith Waking on Friday morning I can tell by the sunlight streaming into my room that for a change it’s a bright and clear day, doctor cheapest […]


The 2009 Freedom To Create Prize Awards at the V&A

Artists activists earn major exposure with top creative expression awards

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Illustration by Naif Al-Mutawa courtesy of PagetBaker Associates What do you do when your freedom of expression has been seriously hampered? What happens when an artist has to muster all […]


Protest against RBS’s investment into Tar Sands

Role-playing, shouting and mass dying to protest against Tar Sands destroying areas of ancient forest larger than England.

Written by Adam S

The Emerald Isles Lisa Hannigan has had a sparkling 2009. You may recognize her talents from album “O” by Damien Rice on which she featured on most of the tracks. […]


Reclaiming power at Copenhagen!

Creating Social change at the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit

Written by Adam S

Earlier last week I ventured down to Somerset House to see the eagerly anticipated SHOWstudio: Fashion Revolution exhibition which charts this rise of the iconic website from its creation in […]


Shutting down Didcot Power Station

The post-protest reaction

Written by Eleanor Matthews

Zoe Paul graduated from Camberwell BA Sculpture earlier this summer. Whilst there Zoe participated in numerous shows from the group exhibition Factory at the James Taylor Gallery organised by Royal […]


350 International Day of Climate Action!

A massive global spectacle, but is that all it amounts to?

Written by Adam S

“The clothes act as an antithesis to the way of the disposable modern world, ask making something new out of something old, approved reducing waste and consuming less” Lu Flux […]


The Great Climate Swoop 2009: A retrospective

Laying a power station to siege; fences, dogs, police and direct action

Written by Adam S

The Jerwood Drawing Prize is back again for another year and 2009’s hopefuls won’t disappoint. The longest running annual exhibition has been going since 1994 and is dedicated to promoting […]


Agrofuels Don’t Roc(K) – Rally against Biofuels

Out on the streets just make sure we don't block the pavement...

Written by Adam S

On Monday evening as the sun set and the lights from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) blared onto the street, ask over a hundred protesters gathered to […]


The Great Climate Swoop – the mass action of the year!

An active day out in the Nottinghamshire countryside...

Written by Adam S

Mademoiselle Robot is the Parisian journalist who relocated to British shores to write a hugely popular fashion blog. Full of style advice and celebrity interviews, drug ask the blog has […]


Gagging the Guardian – The truth is out, or is it?

The Trafigura twitter trend...

Written by Adam S

Fashion Scout now in its 7th year, medical story has once again brought us a well balanced diet of young innovators and box-fresh talent. Ones To Watch” provided a menu […]


Earth Listings: 12 – 18 October

Written by Adam S

Radical Nature is an exhibition at the Barbican that explores art and architecture for a changing planet, side effects illness it was held over summer and now next week is […]


Bloom In Bloomsbury – A student focused day of outreach and action.

The alternative freshers fair...

Written by Adam S

A murder in a New York fashion house. A star cast including Judi Dench, pharm more about Jude Law and Eddie Izzard. You might expect a standard film, pilule but […]


Protest against more flights at London City Airport

Celebrating more noise pollution, more flights and more deaths!

Written by Adam S

Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, illness providing a great location for such an event, this annual exhibition […]


Earth Listings: 28th September-5th October 2009

Written by Adam S

More Earthly treasures, page store plenty to sing and shout about. Gigs, protests, fundraisers and more… All illustrations by Katrina Kopeloff Protest against more flights at London City Airport Tuesday […]


Bristol Co-Mutiny

A ramshackle crew that commandeered a Cathedral, skill shared and caused some bank chaos.

Written by Adam S

James Long presented us with the Leather action Man or Man as pilot. The collection represented an idea about what one (or Man) would wear if caught in an apocalypse. […]


Earth listings 21st – 28th September

What's happening this week...

Written by Adam Sutcliffe

After witnessing a whole lot of jolly sensible fashion trends being bandied about – think short, visit this generic sleek, stomach unhealthy sophisticated and feminine – we were thrilled to […]


Mass action at Hazelwood Coal Power Station

Australia Climate action 2009, An interview with one of the organisers, Louise Morris

Written by Adam S

I’ll put up my hands and admit that as a girl, health medications not yet a quarter of a century old, remedy talking about music is utterly intimidating. Yet I […]