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London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Paul Costelloe

Paul Costelloe opened the S/S 2011 shows at London Fashion Week with a perky collection of cute little dresses adorned with bows.

Written by Amelia Gregory

LFW Jena.Theo catwalk show SS11 In the prelude to September’s London Fashion Week, nurse Amelia’s Magazine ran a series of interviews with designers and previews of designers to watch. One […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Bora Aksu

London Fashion Week has kicked off and Amelia's Magazine will be at Somerset House everyday providing beautifully illustrated reviews. First up is the wonderful world of Bora Asku

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

In the prelude to September’s London Fashion Week, website Amelia’s Magazine ran a series of interviews with designers and previews of designers to watch. One of these took the form […]

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Latitude Festival 2010: Sunday Evening Quidams Review

A review of a magical Sunday evening spent watching Quidams perform at, and around, The Waterfront Stage.

Written by Sophie Parker and Daniel Sims

02 People In The Hole Amelia’s Magazine took a trip to see the Royal Collage of Art’s SHOW TWO at Kensington Gore… The RCA’s MA Innovative Design Engineering – a […]

Merthyr to Mayo Solidarity Bike Ride: Galway to Castlerea

The first blog in a series detailing my adventures on a bike bound for Rossport Solidarity Camp in County Mayo, Ireland. Featuring a demo against the atrocities in Gaza, a Lidl carpark and Dallas style houses.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Glastonbury 2010 Climate Camp Pete the Temp On Sunday we lost a few and gained a few. Pete Lawrie called by with terrible hayfever to say he couldn’t sing for […]

Glastonbury 2010 Climate Camp Tripod Stage Review: Sunday

The last day on the Tripod Stage. On Sunday we hosted Luisa Gerstein's band Lulu and the Lampshades and had a special visit from Cats and Cats and Cats, whose debut album If I'd Had An Atlas is out this week.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Dan Heffer, ask pharm Hat by Angela Bruce; The Hedgerow Collection I’m not sure if it’s the wedding’s I’ve been too recently or the press attention regarding ladies […]

Graduate Fashion Week 2010: Kensington and Chelsea College Millinery

The Kensington and Chelsea College displayed their fantastic Milliners during Graduate Fashion Week 2010.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Dan Heffer, hospital for sale Hat by Angela Bruce; The Hedgerow Collection I’m not sure if it’s the wedding’s I’ve been too recently or the press attention regarding […]

Glastonbury 2010 Climate Camp Tripod Stage Review: Saturday

The Tripod Stage was super busy on Saturday: starting with a very special secret set from Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. followed by one-to-watch Kyla La Grange, then folk wonders Patch William, another secret set from comedian Robin Ince, and then the gorgeous sounds of Dry the River.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Dan Heffer, what is ed Hat by Angela Bruce Around the monolithic event that is Graduate Fashion Week at Earl’s Court, there exists what might be known as […]

Glastonbury 2010 Climate Camp Tripod Stage Review: Friday

On Friday the Tripod Stage hosted Kirsty Almeida, Newislands, the Danny Chivers, Claire Fauset and Merrick triple-headed poetry tag team, Danny and the Champions of the World and a surprise performance from Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Deviating from the subject of Climate Change, viagra 100mg unhealthy Amelia’s Magazine finds ourselves mesmerised by Design Interaction Student, stuff Kjen Wilkens’ Weather Camera. What is the impact on our […]

Royal College of Art: Design and Animation Part Two

Our second visit to the RCA's Show Two stopped off at Animation, Design Interaction and Innovation Design Engineering Courses

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

The RCA’s MA Innovative Design Engineering – a double masters with Imperial College, erectile London – is described as a course which encourages (and it succeeds) students to produce original […]

Glastonbury 2010 Climate Camp Tripod Stage Review: Thursday

On Thursday the Tripod Stage hosted Anna Log of We Aeronauts, my ceilidh band Green Kite Midnight, and Glastonbury Emerging Talent winners My Luminaries.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Jon Young by June Chanpoomidole. Next week I am away yet again, drug generic this time on the Art of Mentoring course being run for the very first time in […]

Royal College of Art Show Two 2010: Design

It's brilliant to see so many designers tackling the subject of climate change and offering alternative methods of production...

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

02 People In The Hole Amelia’s Magazine took a trip to see the Royal Collage of Art’s SHOW TWO at Kensington Gore… The RCA’s MA Innovative Design Engineering – a […]

Bella Union Label Night at the Union Chapel

In the hallowed and intimate setting of this North London institution, four performances send shivers down our spine

Written by Rachel Clare

Naomi New was undoubtedly one of the highlights at Graduate Fashion Week 2010. Her incredible costumes dazzled the press and had me bouncing up and down on my seat at […]

Graduate Fashion Week Interview: Northumbria’s Naomi New

In the latest in our series of post-Graduate Fashion Week interviews, Matt Bramford chats to one of his favourites, Naomi New, about Elvis, Gaga, Mad Max and what the future has in store for this young, fresh 'n' new designer…

Written by Matt Bramford

Illustration by Dan Heffer Around the monolithic event that is Graduate Fashion Week at Earl’s Court, unhealthy there exists what might be known as satellite events. This is no way […]

Clothes Moths: Little Agents of Mayhem

Sick of those little buggers that eat all your beloved clothes? Read on for some tips on how to deal with them...

Written by Lucy Wills

Rebecca Thompson’s exquisite stitching played with long hemlines, diagnosis structured trousers and outsized neckerchiefs in this elegantly minimal collection consisting only of grey and white. Knitwear had a strong presence […]

Graduate Fashion Week 2010: Manchester

A breathtaking display of technique and ingenuity from the Manchester Graduates. Let the summer of volume and romance begin!

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Rebecca Thompson’s exquisite stitching played with long hemlines, viagra order structured trousers and outsized neckerchiefs in this elegantly minimal collection consisting only of grey and white. Knitwear had a strong […]

Graduate Fashion Week 2010: Bournemouth

The collections provided a lesson in Print Making and structural design and the arrival, perhaps of childrenswear at Graduate Fashion Week?!

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustrated by Katie Harvey Rachael Browne’s take on little girl dressing opened Bournemouth’s catwalk with a collection adorned in a riotous array of colour and print. From the marble swirl […]

Swap ‘Til You Drop – Why Clothes Swapping is Good for You

Swishing - the art of swapping your clothes, at events and online, is fun, fashionable AND environmentally friendly…

Written by Claire Nelson

Claire Nelson is a writer with a steady addiction to tea and second-hand books. To fuel her tea habit she moved from New Zealand to the UK in 2005, medications […]

A review of Silent City, Part One: A Symposium on Climate Change

An exhibition that addressed the issue of climate change with a particular focus on its impact on the Third World: A reaction against exhibitions such as ‘Earth: Art of a Changing World’ hosted by the RA which tend to present a classless vision of ecological justice made in the West, prioritising the needs of the developed nations over all others.

Written by Max McCormick

Illustration of Peggy Sue by Antonia Parker. Peggy Sue have been around in various incarnations for sometime – previously accompanied by the Pirates – and it comes as a real […]

Hjaltalín – Interview

Yet another brilliant band from Iceland, this time the wonderfully orchestral Hjaltalín

Written by Ian Steadman

Claire Roberts The central premise of Silent City, treat the group comprised of artists Emily Whitebread, Cara Nahaul and Sally Mumby-Croft, whose first exhibition has just opened in Brick Lane, […]

Film Preview: Mauerpark, the documentary.

Save Green Spaces from the onslaught of Private Development. The short documentary Mauerpark examines the importance of saving an open free space in the place where the Wall once stood.

Written by Emily Whitebread

Emily Whitebread interviews Francesca Weber-Newth and Sally Mumby-Croft about their recently completed short documentary film: Mauerpark. Mauerpark [‘Wall Park’] lies on the former ‘no man’s land’, visit this site which […]