Tag: Subculture

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

Art & Culture: Soho Street Shoots Part 3: A fusion of history, revolution and modernity

Soho is about expression, poetry, evocation, style, diversity, rebellion, freedom… Her modernity is a fusion of history, revolution and tradition weaved together to create something new. We are not talking about modernity as a symbol of globalization; not the type that enslaves culture and commodifies the human spirit. Nor are we

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

About Us

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

Fashion: Day 5 at London Fashion Week: Ashish

Indian born designer, Ashish presented a playful, dreamy and energetic SS16 collection which reflected the innocence of youth fused with two historic, West Coast subcultures. Models entered the runway on skateboards wearing dresses and trainers shimmering with sequins and glitter. Other looks evoked a mixture of the psychedelic sixties meets contemporary

In Conversation: Kiss FM founder Tosca Jackson talks to madame soho about Acid House, the lawless 80s and Soho’s subcultures

Music visionary, Tosca Jackson sat down recently to talk to Madame Soho about his role in orchestrating the pioneering dance radio station, Kiss FM. As we settled down at a table in Soho House and switched on the voice recorder, the music connoisseur detailed a whole range of topics from

Fashion: Designer Sadie Clayton Speaks to Madame Soho about Fashion, Authenticity, and Soho

Madame Soho is passionate about fashion, music, art, and literature and the ways in which they cross over and inspire each other. They are, after all, four significant forms that have over the years helped revolutionize British perspectives of society; and our beloved Soho is a social, physical and demographical

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