This month marks 50 years since the student uprising in Paris. Throughout May 1968, the streets were ablaze with impassioned demonstrations from locals calling for a new, less conservative society. Agnès b was one of them, a young modern woman who used her doorless Mini Moke to ferry injured protesters to hospital.
Today, she has marked the anniversary with a special tee. (more…)
Next weekend is set to be jam-packed with activity from a double whammy of Vogue Festival and Photo London. Vogue Festival in partnership with Harrods, is in its fifth year now and I think the line-up for next weekend is its best ever. I guess that’s to be expected though, when it’s also a celebration of 100 years of British Vogue. I’m particularly excited about the interviews with Grace Coddington, Juergen Teller and Gucci’s Allesandro Michele, all unique creatives who aren’t overexposed as media personalities. (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…)