The Selfridges x Tiffany & Co. ‘Fifth & 57th’ exhibition is yet another example of luxury brands seducing existing and prospective customers with immersive bricks and mortar experiences. This delightful experience takes place in the Old Selfridges Hotel, an annexe behind Selfridges where you’ll ascend a couple of flights of stairs and find yourself seeemingly slap bang in the cross fire of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, New York. (more…)
The Photographers’ Gallery in London is one of my secret escapes. It always has excellent, thought provoking exhibitions, there’s a wonderful bookshop and a not-half-bad café.
During Photo London it had a special curators’ tour of the Chinese Photobook exhibition. The tour was jam-packed with overseas press and other visitors but when they went off to the next thing on their agenda I stayed for over an hour to gen up on my knowledge of China and photography via the incredible exhibits on display.
The exhibition came out of the book of the same name – a joint project between the legendary documentary photographer Martin Parr and Dutch photographer duo WassinkLundgren (Thijs groot Wassink and Ruben Lundgren). (more…)
Here’s a can’t-miss for fashion illustration students and enthusiasts….
The fantastic Fashion Illustration Gallery is hosting a rather lovely ‘unframed’ exhibition at The Shop At Bluebird from tomorrow until 12th June 2015. If you know The Shop At Bluebird, you’ll already know that it features some gems from the FIG on its walls, but this is a first for so many pieces to be shown in the raw. (more…)
My forays to Somerset House usually involve a frantic schedule of shows and presentations of the London Fashion Week variety, punctuated by the odd short film screening or drinks reception. That’s all going to change come September, with the LFW move to Soho. But there’s now a new reason to head down Somerset House way and it’s all for pleasure rather than work. Photo London, the new four-day art show specialising in photography opened last Thursday (more…)