Tag: Style

Day 4 at London Collections Men AW2016: Burberry

On the day that shocked the worlds of music, art and fashion, Burberry gracefully paid their respects to modern cultural legend, David Bowie. This was presented in the form of a model strutting down the runway and opening her hands to reveal the icon’s name scrawled into her palms – a heartfelt

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

Day 3 at London Colections Men AW2016: Alexander McQueen

Amidst the rigid, authoritative buildings of Whitehall and the establishment, a small army of photographers and journalists lurk, waiting to steal a glimpse of the fashionistas, artists and creatives about to roll into the space for Alexander McQueen’s show at London Collections Men autumn – winter 2016. And it’s sublimely ironic that

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

Fashion: World Fashion Bloggers Series: Chic and Sophisticated Parisian Fashion Blogger, Pardon-my-Obsession Talks to Madame Soho about her definitive tastes in culture

Chic, sophisticated and refined, Caroline – aka Pardon-my-Obsession, the highly regarded Parisian Fashion blogger, spoke to Madame Soho recently about her creative passions. The style connoisseur and embodiment of classy French minimalism revealed her thoughts on a range of personal, artistic and cultural tastes, from subversive designers Alexander McQueen and Raf

Art & Culture: Soho Street Shoots Part 4: An Interconnected Voice

Soho, like any great place in any great city, has a thousand stories to tell. Her narrative voice is one of interconnectedness. Historically, she has united the language of the streets with the language of the privileged, and played a fundamental role in modernising British culture. But now, with gentrification spreading through

Fashion, Art & Culture: Madame Soho and Members of London’s Trans Community collaborate to form House of Trannies

Weaving our way through the city beneath the concrete overcoat that drapes east London, we follow the A2 and race towards a looming black cloud. As we exit the metropolis the sky caves in; but it’s bearable – the repetitive beat and anarchic vocal of Patti Smith’s Rock and Roll Nigger fills the

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