Thanks to Emily De Vale for the incoming photos from last evening's mixed media presentation.
Saturday, 15 September 2012
Eudon Choi "Space Oddity" inspired by two films from the 1960's - Kubrik's "2001: A Space Odyssey" and Antonioni's "Blow Up"..... accessorized with lots of headwear...... tick, tick, tick!
Friday, 14 September 2012
London Fashion week kicked off earlier today with Domonic Jones S/S13 jewellery line presented on Gary Card's trademark masking tape anatomical sculptures. The collection includes neck and mouth pieces, extended sculpted claw rings and jaw clasp purses diversifying the range of body parts adorned in his repetoire. These mythical warrior style shapes have come about from research into sources such as HR Giger, archive Mugler and Rene Lalique............. all tried out and tested by Cara Delevingne (seen here) which you can check out over on her Twitter.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
Yesterday I got to visit one of my favourite radio stations - NTS. Mashmello invited me in to join her morning show to discuss my upcoming collaboration with TWOINCHPUNCH as part of my presence at fashion week from the support of Red Bull Catwalk Studios. I took in some records to play for her "something old, new, borrowed and blue" feature which included a rainbow 7" I acquired from my mum which must have influenced me somewhere along the lines! I also took "Pin Ups" from my Bowie collection to demonstrate the pairing of fashion and music in history via this iconic cover of David and Twiggy.
If you don't already have NTS radio on your radar then head over to their site for a listen and scroll and thru the history of podcasts from London's finest dj's and music makers.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Monday, 10 September 2012
To coincide with the Olympic Games in London this summer, Andy MacGregor lent his super power sport of paper sculpture to the exhibition "In It To Win It" at The Book Club. Giant cardboard swimmers fill the ceiling with a gigantic shuttle cock, darts board and different sports theme slogans in 3D hand crafted mobiles and wall hangings fill the Shoreditch space. Head to the cafe to unwind from the events and soak up a last burst of athlete inspired vibes before the come down and fallout of the closing ceremony of the Paralympics. Andy has also scalpel-ed his way thru some paper-cut collages which are framed and ready for purchase as a memento of the historic event.
Head over to Andy's newly re-furbished slideshow holding page on his website whilst it is under refurbishment to check out his incredibly deft and indefeatable set design skills. Meanwhile, keep up to date with future projects on his Tumblr and Twitter.