Photography Douglas Coupland via Somerset House The first thing visitors to Somerset House's major new winter exhibition, 24/7: a wake up call for our non-stop world, will experience is momentary blindness. The loss of vision is thanks to an array of flashing lightbulbs positioned by the entrance.
Two weeks ago, I stood amongst a horde of mums and cried my eyes out as Robbie Williams played Eternity. "I don't usually do this one but I'm thinking of re-introducing it to my sets," he said teasingly, before sparse opening piano chords gave the game away.
Michael Dapaah has a vision board and he won't tell me what's on it. So far, I've managed to establish what it looks like: a cork board covered in pictures that represent his goals, from the personal to the professional. "I don't really share that," he grins, when I ask what 2019 looks like.
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Every boom must have a bust. This is the plight faced by Instagram influencers now. Only two years ago, these digital marketers and content creators seemed unassailable. But times, and algorithms, change. Fast forward to 2019 and a constant stream of headlines are reporting Rome is on the brink of falling and the barbarians -- aka people who make TikToks -- are at the gates.
Skip to content Moya Lothian-McLean is a freelance writer with an excessive amount of opinions. She tweets @moya_lm. Dating apps are supposed to help us find people with the same interests. Instead they've given rise to a legion of identikit Peep Show and pizza lovers.
N/A How modern dating encourages racial prejudice Moya Lothian-McLean We were lying in bed when I asked the question. I felt him shift. I hoped his next words would describe some persistent attraction to short, loud girls who always had to be right.
skip to main content People Posted by Moya Lothian-McLean Published Lauryn Hill's seminal debut is 20 years old this week. Here, Moya Lothian-McLean explains why it means more to her now than ever before. There's a line right at the beginning of Ex-Factor, the second track on The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, that makes me cry without fail every time I hear it.
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I personally am bored by this app, bored by all these placid dopes who are entertained by the notion of a few wrinkles lining their gormless little faces. But that's because I do not fear ageing - ageing will simply render me more powerful.
"Radio is a thing of the past," said Spotify's Head of Dance and Electronic music, Austin Kramer, during Paris Electronic Week 2016, "it's not relevant." Now, it's easy to get that impression if your point of reference is BBC Radio 1's sinking listenership, or identikit figurines on Capital FM who speak in excited yelps about Olly Murs.
Fashion A spectre is haunting Europe, and me. It is 100% viscose, ankle-length and has a ruffled hem that flutters pleasingly when you walk. It costs £39.99 in Zara. It is a polka dot dress with a round-neck. It will categorically not leave me alone. Almost certainly, you know the dress I'm speaking of.