Mixing up fashion, apps and technology, iDrops and LCF host the UK’s first Digital Fashion LAB on May 18, a precursor to a Europe-wide ‘hack’ day later this year. Ahead of the event we asked iDrops’ Nathalie Goethals to tell us more – including just what a ‘hack’ day is anyway. Read more and let us know what you think we should explore.
Those clever folk over at London College of Fashion are hosting the world’s first international forum to explore the intersection of fashion, digital technology and interaction design. Needless to say Fashion Popcorn is, like, TOTALLY going to be there.
If you thought fashion film was a recent phenomenon, think again. Fashion in Film is back for a fourth outing, and this time explores the underexposed – yet hugely influential – French film director Marcel L’Herbier and his early 20th century work.
It’s mini movie mogul Monday: why you should make a Kickstarter pledge for Nina Forever, a darkly comic tale by the Blaine Brothers.
Fashion experimentation with Cassette Playa, photography with Rankin and zine-making with It’s Nice That. You’ll find these workshops and more to inspire at Hyperlink, a three day festival of creative experiment held at The Tanks at Tate Modern, April 26-28, organised by youth arts network Circuit.
We’re feeling springtime festive today, despite the wintry climate and hideous lack of Easter eggs (we ate them all yesterday…sigh). So we thought we’d share with you some fun photos from Fred Butler’s Easter Bonnet Party at London’s Sanderson last week, in the hope we’ll inspire that sunny disposition everyone is hankering for right now. Aren’t ...
Last month Fashion Popcorn hotfooted it over to Somerset House for the third season launch of BFC’s Fash/On film initiative (sponsored by River Island) during London Fashion Week AW13. The room was positively abuzz with people keen to celebrate the onscreen talent that included Saga Sig & Fred Butler, AB/CD/CD & Louis Vuitton, Tom Beard & ...
Charlie Cauchi tells us the story behind Bornshorts film festival’s fashion strand, and answers our questions about the importance of fashion film and how it differs from your average commercial, plus Charlie’s favourite fashion film right now.
Birds Eye View Festival favourite Fashion Loves Film returns on the 9th April with a special edition exploring trends across the Arab region at a time of exciting new changes.
Fashion Popcorn’s Harriet Fleuriot will be heading over to Belfast film festival in April to speak on a panel of industry guests as part of an innovative Fashion Film programme curated by filmmaker Carol Murphy.
This year’s LLGFF is another jam-packed hotbed of cinematic curiosities, a richly programmed collection of screenings themed under Hearts, Bodies and Minds. And next week Fashion Popcorn will be hosting a free industry event next week in the festival’s delegate centre called Switch on Your Fashion Sense, where we’ll be talking to White Lodge’s Stephen Whelan about filmmaking for fashion.
It was only a matter of time before Lena Dunham popped her fashion film cherry for designer Rachel Antonoff (aka sister of Lena’s Fun fella Jack)…