Paris vs New York

I love graphic designer¬†Vahram Muratyan’s Paris vs NY blog. His cheeky comparisons make me wish I visited the two cities more, I also think it’d be great to see a London version!

Vintage Magazine

Check out this lovely issue of Vintage Magazine. Printed on great quality paper, the magazine contains lots of little curios and curiosities for you to cut out and keep… The simple front cover… Continue reading

1 in a 100

1 in a 100 is a great new London based clothing brand. They currently specialise in T Shirts and their founding ethos is to provide a platform for emerging artists to gain exposure… Continue reading

Savage Beauty

I’d love to be able to hop on a plane to New York to see Alexander McQueen’s posthumous retrospective at the Met, however I don’t have a spare couple of hundred quid to… Continue reading

Francoise Gamma

Check out these crazy GIFs from Francoise Gamma¬†…

Taryn Simon

I’m really looking forward to the Taryn Simon exhibition that opens on Wednesday at Tate Modern. I hope that Simons large body work ‘Contraband’ will be on display, it documents items that have… Continue reading

Love Is What You Want

Tracey Emins major retrospective ‘Love is What you Want’ has just opened at the Hayward Gallery as part of the Southbank Centre’s Festival of Britain celebrations. ‘Running Naked’ 2000/2011 At first glance the… Continue reading

Chanel Dancing

Vogue.com commissioned animator Quentin Jones to create this amazing video featuring ballet dancer Emma Chadwick wearing Chanels Spring Summer 2011 collection. My talented friend Kamila Maslowska was animation assistant too… CHANEL DANCING for… Continue reading

Aaron Ruell

I wish I was in New Orleans so I could visit Aarol Ruell‘s exhibition at the Martine Chaisson Gallery. Ruell’s haunting candy coloured images evoke a sense of nostalgia and humour while walking… Continue reading

The Sartorialist Vintage Photos

I’m loving The Sartorialists vintage photo competition – originally the site sent out a plea for vintage photos of well dressed folk last spring, but they have decided to redo the competition for… Continue reading