Tag: Madame Jojo’s

Madame Soho Featured in the West End EXtra: Views of Old School Soho

Our ethos at Madame Soho is about the representation of people, place and culture across space and time. Our vision is to capture the spirit of Soho both past and present, filter it through our lens and connect to the other Sohos of the world that encompass a similar aesthetic.

Music: Madame Soho talks to Phil Barton of seminal Independent Record Store, Sister Ray

Phil Barton, owner of independent record store, Sister ray sat down to talk to Madame Soho recently about the shop’s historic roots, Soho’s changing landscape and the future of the physical music format. Sister ray is synonymous with Soho as it reflects the area’s primitive history of underground music scenes, its

Fashion, Art & Culture: A Child of the Jago

In an age where rampant consumer capitalism attempts to colonize our minds, bodies and our souls with mass-produced transitory objects, Joe Corré’s creative project A Child of the Jago is a liberating symbol of unrestrained autonomy. Inspired by Arthur Morrison’s 1896 novel, A Child of the Jago – which depicts a

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