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In a media and fashion world dominated by explicit sexual images, Gemma Booth’s subtly evocative and playful photography is something of a revelation. In contrast to the majority of female fashion photography out there today, her work carries a uniquely implicit femininity and delicacy, which remains powerfully engaging. Unpretentious, distinctively nostalgic, and with a focus on fabulous art-direction, Gemma’s images carry a lasting allure rather than a fleeting demand for attention. The 34-year-old’s images have graced the pages of the fashion
Australian skincare brand, Aesop is to open its third London store in the heart of Shoreditch this month. Renowned for their high quality botanical skin, hair, and body care goods, the new store will furnish Aesop’s east London clientele with a full range of products from the Australia-founded company. Utilising botanical extracts and various ingredients in rich blends – their refreshing tea tree facial exfoliant for example combines tea tree leaves, crushed nutshells and purified clays – Aesop’s products are a
Lucky Londoners can enjoy a hand-picked selection of items from celebrated French design emporium Colette this month, as part of the Cube Store’s temporary exhibition and retail space in east London’s Old Truman Brewery. The conceptually designed area will boast a must-visit pop-up store from the Parisian connoisseurs of design, featuring an exclusive selection of Japanese-inspired lifestyle products including furniture from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Wajima collection and innovative glassware andextravagant lamps from Japanese designers Teruhiro Yanagihara and Mitsubai Tokyo
This new sneaker release by Supra TK Society is shrouded in mystery having been previewed online and removed without explanation, to the confusion of the brand’s staunch followers. Featuring the original colourway of the Gold/Silver Supra Skytops released back in 2007, this sneaker is rumoured to drop some time in December, so check the site regularly for updates.
LAVA Collective present an homage to the cult of old school hip hop this month, featuring a rare personal appearance from legendary New York photographer Ricky Powell. His first visit to London since 1987 as photographer on the Beastie Boys infamous Licensed To Ill tour, Powell will present his ‘World Famous Slideshow’ – a journey through his archives of iconic street photography – accompanied by his trademark comic vignettes and witticisms. The man they call ‘The Fourth Beastie Boy’ will
For one night only, Londoners can indulge themselves with an exclusive 20% discount available in many stores across London’s world-famous fashion district of Carnaby Street. Taking place from 5p.m. on Thursday November 12, The Carnaby Shopping Event offers you the opportunity to hit the area’s myriad of shops including American Apparel, Diesel and Irregular Choice on Carnaby Street; boutiques such as Beyond the Valley, and Kingly Court’s many independent retail outlets including Lazy Oaf. Those in need of a breather
StolenSpace presents Lovestain, the premier UK solo show from world-renowned French street artist Miss Van. The largest solo show to date anywhere in the world for the groundbreaking female graff writer, the exhibition will take place across both gallery spaces of the east London location. Lovestain will incorporate both a retrospective of the Toulouse-born artist’s work, as well as a new collection of paintings and drawings conceived in her current home of Barcelona. Best known for her trademark sultry female
The Sartorial Contemporary Art Gallery is currently exhibiting the collaborative artworks of graffiti artists Sweet Toof, Cyclops, and Tek 33. Burning Candy is the inaugural show at the gallery’s new 6,000 sq ft location in King’s Cross, and features the often humorous works of these artists who are now legendary to the streets of east London. Go and enjoy the infamous pink, black, and white gums of Sweet Toof as they devour the mixed media, photorealistic works of Cyclops, and the
A very favorable review of the “Tawkin’ New York City Walls” exhibit at the Hillwood Art Museum on Long Island.