Fashion & Design Exhibitions
The name alone was a surefire way to drag me out of my cocoon nest and kick my imagination into overdrive, a name strong enough to subtly hint that I should spruce myself up for the occasion. But what could be so impossible about Catwalk Shows? Footage of RuPaul walking effortlessly in 10 inch […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Another month, another fashion exhibition! I was particularly fond of this one, held at the Victoria & Albert Museum, as it deals with a couple of underlying themes close to my heart – history and cinema – reminding us that the evolution of Italian fashion is closely related to its political, social and cinematographic […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
How good was Makegood festival 2014 last Saturday? Well, very good indeed! It was a three-day festival of culture, creativity and entrepreneurship held in Central London which showcased the work of over 200 brand new creative businesses. Everything or rather everyone was represented from chefs, crafters, seamstresses to tech whizzes, jewellers, publishers and a […]Continue Reading... 7 Comments.
Hello friends, It’s 10pm over here as I’m writing a very quick blog about my 2nd day in the Lake District. I’ve just had a truly amazing day which saw me and my boyfriend climb the Helvellyn mountains. It certainly wasn’t the Everest but it was a good 8 hour walk with the highest point […]Continue Reading... 16 Comments.
The enfant terrible of the fashion world is finally back in London, thanks to a major exhibition taking place at the Barbican and celebrating the designs of a man who needs no introduction – but I’ll still introduce him anyway! – Fabulous French couturier / Eurotrash presenter / Tin can perfume creator, the one […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
The 1960s were of course marked by the assassinations of prominent figures in history, the Vietnam War, and the space race….. With the rise of Anti-war, African-American Civil Rights and Gay rights groups, a movement was created toward liberation in society, including the sexual revolution, challenging authority and government, and demanding more freedom and rights […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Think Paul Smith and you think colour, stripes, bags, shirts (as a matter of fact, I made one myself based on one of his prints) and much more! Paul Smith clearly represents one of the earliest lifestyle brands and the exhibition I saw yesterday, aptly but strangely named “Hello, my name is Paul Smith” […]Continue Reading... 7 Comments.
Whoa! The era was a bustling time. A time of technological innovation, prosperity, social reforms and a flourishing economy stimulated by its growing automobile industry. The need and longing for “joie de vivre”, after the Great War and the catastrophic Influenza Pandemic of 1918, was widespread. And yes, as people worked less, and earned more, […]Continue Reading... 11 Comments.
Fashion exhibitions are often a treat for the eyes but rarely succeed in provoking an emotional response. When I booked my ticket for Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore!, I knew the display of clothes, hats and shoes would be astonishing – even bordering on outlandish – but little did I know that their artistic expression […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Let’s face it, we all have qualms, and especially when embarking on something new. A monthly entry and I am to write it! Yikes! I just realised what they mean by the fear of the blank page! Doubts are whispering, self-doubt creeping in; yes I am a bit scared! Why would anyone be interested in what I […]Continue Reading... No Comments.