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R.I.P David Bowie: The Passing of a Modern Cultural Legend

Glancing at one of the trashy, national rags and observing the strapline ‘Rock icon dies aged 69’ conjures up feelings of real, raw emotion. It’s an understatement to pronounce David Bowie as simply an iconic musical figure. Bowie was a genius – a modern cultural legend – and will be sorely

Day 1 at London Collections Men AW2016: Craig Green

  Craig Green presented his autumn-winter 2016 collection at the Topman Show Space in London displaying why he is at the cutting edge of innovative British menswear design. The London born, Central Saint Martins graduate revealed a number of looks which marries the designer’s signature uniform and function with colour

Anton Corbijn: Retrospective at C|O Berlin

Madame Soho recently visited the historical city of Berlin, where we had the pleasure of viewing the work of one of the most original and exciting visual artist’s to have emerged from the twentieth century. From Miles Davis, David Bowie, Siouxsie Sioux, Isaac Hayes, Grace Jones, Johnny Cash and Joe Cocker,

Exclusive interview with Jimmy Somerville: ‘A huge Part of Soho’s culture and history has gone – It’s been wiped off the Map.’

In the early 1980s, against the backdrop of laborious social and political upheaval, Jimmy Somerville took the world of popular music by storm. The legendary singer stormed the charts and had a string of Top 10 and No.1 hits with the bands Bronski Beat and The Communards. From his vehemently political working class

Art & Culture: Soho street shoots part 2: An all encompassing affair

London is a unique city; and its people are an integral part of what renders it so distinctive. But even for someone whose mind, body and soul is weaved into the fabric of London’s multiple rhythms, its ebbs and flows, its neatly kept squares and picturesque parks, its concrete jungles

Art & Culture: Soho Street Shoots Part 1: The relationship between People, Place and Culture

During the early days of French modernist thought, Baudelaire created the concept of the flâneur. The emphasis of the flâneur was placed on the paradoxical notion of attachment to space but detachment from community – the wealthy, sharply dressed man who strolled through the streets of Paris observing but not engaging with

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Hey, readers! We thought we better tell you a little bit about ourselves. Madame Soho is an online fashion, music, art and culture publication fusing first class photography by Ki Price with intricate writing by Ray Kinsella. Our focus is mainly, but not exclusively, on London’s Soho both past and

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