… and I came away ready for (micro)action! I share what I learnt at 3 Percent’s London MiniCon, Kat Gordon’s symposium for championing creative female talent and leadership
Fashion Popcorn slipped on set at Sarah Chatfield’s recent shoot for Eudon Choi and River Island’s film collaboration. Here’s our snapshot from behind the scenes: Think Eudon Choi’s signature style meets raw landscapes and heart-rending soundtracks.
Continuing its indefatigable hunt for cool, new and now, and its championing of new talent, Topshop collaborates with tech start-up Chirp to deliver unique London Fashion Week experience to insiders and customers alike.
Fashion Popcorn introduces our daily sartorial ‘bucket list’ – cherry-picked love forever pieces we’re currently coveting. First up: Mulberry’s ultra-luxe new Alexa, available exclusively at the Brit brand’s Westfield London store.
Cooler than being cool: The indefatigable Henry Holland hits the road once again this week, this time in his souped-up ice-cream van-come-pop-up shop. You want raspberry sauce with that?!
Ever fantasised about carrying a watermelon to the staff village dance hall? Well, now you can live out all your Baby-meets-Johnny fantasies: Future Cinema is recreating Kellerman’s for a Dirty Dancing outdoor event later this summer. Pulling on my Keds as I type…
You have four weeks to check out David Bowie Is at the V&A: it’s kind of non-negotiable. If you can’t make it to London? Let it come to you via David Bowie is happening now, a series of live-streamed cinema screenings happening across the UK to close the show.
He’s the fashion snapper for whom the phrase ‘colour pop’ was practically coined. Renowned for his darkly glamourous shots of souped-up housewives in bold, supernatural colours, check out the Mile Aldridge exhibition, which opens at Somerset House today.
Enjoy this trip. From Taboo DJ Jeffrey Hinton’s emotive film and music ‘Blitz’ installation to sneakpeeks of London’s fresh-faced fashion cognoscenti in the wildest nightclubs, let Club to Catwalk take to for a ride through the 1980s.
It’s a girl thing. Brooklyn-based photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis and BLEACH London’s Alex Brownsell pull together a women-only crew to shoot adidas Originals SS13 womenswear.
Cara Delevigne, Rita Ora and Iggy Azalea celebrate the launch of #DKNYARTWORKS global art-meets-social initiative at grimy London warehouse party – starring street art installation by ROIDS – and Fashion Popcorn was there to report.
Fashion meets art and music: what better way to celebrate the rehanging of the art collection belonging to one of the UK’s most established cultural institutions? Cue OTM nail wraps, swishing fun, UAL catwalk shows and DJ sets from the Fabric crew. See you there!