Tag: Punk

Day 3 at London Collections Men Aw2016: J.W. Anderson

J.W. Anderson presented a series of diverse looks on day 3 at London Collections Men autumn – winter 2016, affirming himself as one of Britain’s most innovative fashion designers. And on the day that shook the world, with the passing of David Bowie, it would be wrong to assume that

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

Fashion: World Fashion Bloggers Series: New York fashionista Le-City Kitty Talks to Madame Soho about her enigmatic tattoos, Punk aesthetics and Balenciaga

As part of our World Fashion Bloggers Series, alluring New York fashionista, Christina Zayas sat down to talk to Madame Soho recently about her salient tattoos, punk’s aesthetics and her artistic passions. The sultry fashion blogger, aka LeCity Kitty, presented us with a snapshot into her creative mind  when she

Art & Culture: Smiler’s photographs of London’s squatters between the 1970s and 1990s, and the relevance of Soho in 2015

At a time when England’s youth face severe oppression by the Tory government due to a despicable housing crisis and drastic benefit cuts, Smiler’s ICA exhibition featuring London’s squatters has a deeply visceral resonance. Smiler, aka Mark Cawson captured London’s counterculture during three decades of social and political upheaval in the

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Fashion Speaks: 5 industry insiders share their thoughts on London Fashion Week debuting in Soho

During London Fashion Week, Madame Soho asked 5 industry insiders what they thought about the event leaving its former home at Somerset House and migrating to Soho, and how staging the occasion in Soho relates to the area’s social and creative significance. Soho has long been the cultural heartbeat of

Fashion: Day 3 at London Fashion Week: Vivienne Westwood hits the streets ahead of her Politicians are criminals ss16 show

Madame Soho loves Dame Viv, and why wouldn’t we? After all, she represents everything we’re about: freedom of expression, our interest in fashion as a way of creating identity, equality and social justice, and unity and diversity through creativity and the arts. What’s also impressive is that Westwood’s subversive actions haven’t waned

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