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.
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.
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.
Fashion Popcorn has been invited to run a session at the uber-prestigious Sheffield Doc/Fest – a key event on the international documentary calendar. Exploring documentary film and digital media, the five day festival shifts its timeline this year, from November to 8-12 June 2011. Carefully curated to encourage those in film and digital media to get […]
Fashion Loves Film, Bird’s Eye View’s most-stylish showcase, curated by film-maker Kathryn Ferguson (who has also sat on the Fashion Popcorn panel), is back for a fourth season, and promises to be better than ever (natch.) Exploring where fashion film sits between art and commerce, and the creative synergies between art, film and brand/commercial interests, Fashion Loves Film: Art and Commerce is an […]
We’re still buzzing from the most recent Fashion Popcorn event, part of London Short Film Festival, a week ago on January 16. We are feeling inspired, and are currently in the throes of planning future events – as well as mind-mapping our entire life plan, natch – all input welcome! Feedback on the day and since, […]
Wedding fever? Or, indeed, anti-wedding fever? Either way, why not scuttle down the aisle at Shoreditch Church this Wednesday, where my very own sister Harriet Fleuriot will be presiding as vicar at Branchage Proposes Marriage, a celebration of the theatricality – and the weird mundane – of weddings past and present. Adding a their leftfield contribution to the London […]
Yum! As promised, the third Fashion Popcorn digital salon takes place on December 1 in East London. We might be still digesting the cakes and conversation of last week’s event during Encounters, Bristol, but there’s always room for more, and we don’t want to leave a hole. What with November 21 being Stir-in Sunday (when […]
The rumours are true. Thanks to fabulous Somerset-based bakery Pullins, there will be CAKE at Fashion Popcorn part deux, which takes place on November 18 during Encounters International Film Festival. As guests arrive at the Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol, they will be treated to the award-winning bakery’s hand-baked and very delectable range of mini delights […]
Copenhagen was dreamy. Claudia Sárkány and I got treated, we really did. The first true sign that this trip was going to be good was when we got given a Krispy Kreme donut just 10 mins after arriving in Copenhagen airport by complete strangers. This was bookended with a cake, coffee and hot chocolate ride […]
The UK fashion cognoscenti was buzzing (read: Tweeting) today as H&M attempted to slake the consumer’s near-unquenchable thirst for designer-high street collaborations. Yes, the super-fabulous Lanvin for H&M A/W10 collection, designed by the unparalleled (and seemingly lovely) Alber Elbaz has been revealed to the circle of trust in all its glory. And it’s mouthwatering. Blink, and […]
My very own sister Harriet Fleuriot’s short film Hilary Flamingo Rescues Mother From the Palace Ruins (Just in Time) has made the leaderboard for Shooting People’s Film of the Month. Voted in by the Shooting People membership, if it hits the top three then Matthew Barney will review it, and she’ll be in the running for […]