Taken to the very depths of the Waterloo tunnels, the crowd at the SS16 Alexander McQueen show were treated to Sarah Burton’s many miracles of the deep.
Lou Dalton updated her man’s essential wardrobe for SS16, lightweight and light-coloured with a nostalgia for heritage pieces.
Packed to the Victoria House rafters – or whatever the basement equivalent of rafters is – guests sweltered as Kit Neale provided more of the chaotic brights that he is best known for.
If it hasn’t been clear so far, now it is: Nasir Mazhar is definitely not a sportswear designer.
Ben Cottler and Matthew Dainty, also known as Cottweiler, showcased their spring/summer 2016 collection on the first day of London Collections: Men.
“Vermouth is an old dusty category but in the world, in the last year there’s been about 50 new craft brands released, and in London alone, there’s been a 29% increase in the sales of the craft vermouth category,” states Mark Ward, founder of Regal Rogue – Native Australian Vermouth.
‘Mental Home‘ is the debut single from rising new rockers Hyena.
Indiana (real name Lauren Henson) played the fourth of eight dates on her album titled ‘No Romeo’ tour at The Deaf Institute in Manchester on Sunday.
After several listens of this album it is hard not to say that I am hooked.
Just like we are able to peel away the many surfaces that make up great artwork and reveal the base colour used by the artist, the Making Colour exhibition journeys below the surface of modern tube-paint, with the purpose of finding its origin.
They say you can tell a lot about a fashion designer by the front row of their shows, so when Radiohead’s front man, Thom Yorke, showed up at Dries Van Noten’s Autumn collection this week, it seemed to be fairly fitting.
Entering a cinema with high hopes is always daunting.
During the Chinese Visual Festival’s 30th May showings it was Tammy Cheung’s films which dominated the evening.
London’s close proximity to Europe never ceases to amaze me, bringing the rarest designers to our clouded streets.