Photography

Colin McDowell Curates Masters of Style Exhibition at London’s Somerset House.

July 20, 2011

One of the must see fashion exhibitions of the Summer season currently resides at London’s Somerset House. Curated by the world famous fashion historian & journalist Colin McDowell and sponsored by stylish Italian beer brand, Peroni Nastro Azzuro, six of the most globally renowned fashion iconoclast brands have been brought together to show their past advertising […]

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Ellesse commissions renowned artist Robert McGinnis

March 24, 2011

Born in 1959 and specialising in ski and tennis wear, smart Italian label Ellesse has long been recognised as one of the world’s luxury sport brands, supporting the ethos of looking good whilst also working out.  To add to its recently introduced Italian retro sportswear range, Ellesse has furthered its acknowledgment of its glamorous heritage and has commissioned world renowned artist, Robert […]

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Wrangler’s latest Stunt bristles with energy

March 14, 2011

Last Thursday I attended an event that was exactly the right mix: of Mayfair meets East End, of old and new faces, of fashion and art, of music and cocktails and of talent and ability.  Not only did it manage to promote the brand and relay its tough and active message, but it did so […]

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Robert Mapplethorpe: Night work. Curated by The Scissor Sisters.

December 21, 2010

Chance would be a fine thing that I have to miss the launch of this fantastic exhibition at one of my favourite galleries.  Not only is it Robert Mapplethorpe but this exhibition has been curated by New York pop phenomenons, The Scissor Sisters. Robert Mapplethorpe was an icon of the American avant-garde in the late twentieth […]

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Kate Who? That’s for Mario to know and you to discover.

July 8, 2010

Follow my blog with bloglovin Tuesday night (6th July) in London saw the launch of Kate Who?, an exhibition of iconic works by Mario Testino at Phillips de Pury & Company. The exhibition features intimate photographs of the fashion legend from Croydon by the ultimate fashion photographer. The photographs are a series of 18 exhibition […]

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‘A Celebration of Style’ at Mark Powell’s new store.

June 15, 2010

Follow my blog with bloglovinOn Thursday 17th June, Mark Powell, man about town and tailor par excellence, celebrates the opening of his first shop in 20 years on London’s Marshall Street, W1.Hip gentleman’s tailoring meets art, with the night also celebrating the launch of a unique photographic exhibition: ‘A Celebration of Style: Cool London Through […]

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Norman Parkinson – Defining the Look

May 19, 2010

Last week I attended the Chris Beetles gallery (Ryder Street, London SW1) to view over fifty world famous images from possibly the most iconic fashion photographer ever, Norman Parkinson. Since a young age, Parkinson’s prints and their endless glamour have haunted me and probably influenced my passion for vintage 1950’s style, glamour and elegance. Either […]

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Deborah Turbeville at Bankside

March 6, 2010

To pre-celebrate the ageing process of Chutzpah, I met with a couple of friends in an area of the city I like but don’t frequent often enough, Bankside. The area is crammed with finds, namely bars, cafes and galleries, like a way cooler Notting Hill for the art set with politicians, models and offspring of […]

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