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Daisy Sells

Contributing editor at Large

Location icon United Kingdom

I am passionate about the freedom and evolution of the print and digital collaborations learning from an inspiring collection of writers, experiences and titles.
Currently exploring and questioning the world around me from Lyon and Iceland to and Turner Prize to Pride13. I am somewhat unconventional, occasionally controversial, doggedly determined and infuriatingly curious.

#London #travel #fashion #lifestyle #music #art #culture #news #hackforhire.

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Airing Fashion's Dirty Laundry

Risque celebrity and cult fashion photographer Terry Richardson, 52, who is most well known for his near to nude fashion feature work, as well as his assistance in the making of the music video version of 'Wrecking Ball' by Miley Cyrus, has been banned by a top magazine publication agency.

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06/15/2019
Fashion and The Man - noctismag

by Noctis Online SHARE Creative duo Pip & Lib aka Phlegm Collective spoke to the men of fashion week, about the mainstream and masculinity. Fashion week is freeing. Ask any street-styler, they will tell you that it's a place where you can wear whatever you want, however you want.

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06/11/2019
Lou Dalton | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE I would never claim to be a feminist, I am, admittedly, far too judgmental! I did, however, get a little flutter of pride as the formally elusive designer, Lou Dalton, made her LFWM comeback last weekend.

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07/08/2019
House of Holland x Speedo | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE Another season, another must have capsule collection! House of Holland Loves a good collaboration and in swimwear they don't get much bigger or better than Speedo. Holland opened up about the collaboration saying, "They've been the leading performance swimwear brand for as long as I can remember so I'm super chuffed to be working with them on this capsule.

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07/08/2019
TOKYO JAMES | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE If there is one thing that Tokyo James knows, it's to make an entrance. Making his London Fashion Week Mens debut, James not only delivered an eagerly anticipated collection but did so by incorporating himself into every stitch of his show.

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06/11/2019
Martine Rose | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE God knows, I love a rebel with a cause. For that reason, I am a newly obsessed fan of London-based designer, Martine Rose. I am not alone in my fandom, Virgil Abloh and Rihanna have both been talking about the somewhat provocative rising star after admiring Rose's collections.

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07/16/2019
Calling it with Automatic - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE My latest musical obsession, for today at least, is a fresh faced and exciting synth/post punk trio, made in LA. Automatic. Izzy Glaudini (synths, vocals), Lola Dompé (drums, vocals) and Halle Saxon (bass, vocals) first met while immersed in L.A.'s DIY music scene and started jamming together in 2017.

Noctis Magazine
01/18/2019
Falling in love with LOUUD

I met Louise Udin a.ka LOUUD in a Fulham pub. Contrary to it's 'Made in Chelsea' rep, the borough is actually the home of rebellious creatives and strays I being one of them. It was in Fulham that the Swedish artist honed her talent at the well hidden BIMM.

FourGoods
02/22/2018
Music Speaks Volume - FourGoods

It's an indisputable fact that the world is an unpredictable and ever-changing beast. Not a day goes by when I am not surprised, terrified or furious at the people and events unfolding around me, but, I wouldn't change the ability to feel all three and more besides...

Noctis Magazine
01/14/2019
ST HENRI | AW19

St-Henri unveils the Automne/Hiver 2019 collection through its very first presentation during London Fashion Week Men's. Montreal born and London College of Fashion trained fashion designer Jean-Loup Leblanc Roy proposes fragments of French Canadian fantasy through a signature "acid-industrial" deconstruction of Americana wardrobe staples.

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07/05/2019
J.Lindeberg | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE It was party time last week as J.Lindeberg debuted its Spring/Summer 2020 collection (fashionably late) in London, revealing Chapter 4/5 of 'future.archive': 'sub.culture'. The 'future.archive' brand concept, introduced by creative director Jens Werner, is a journey which spans five seasons and portrays the brand's future direction, clashing sport and fashion, tradition and tech, classics and innovation.

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02/17/2019
Pam Hogg | AW19 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE Pam Hogg is no stranger to provocation. Her collections have consistently been rife with nudity, leather, chaps and catsuits. Sexual references were rife throughout with the lines between sexuality and identity most definitely blurred throughout the collection,'Venus in Phurrr', alluding to the goddess of love delving into her darker side.

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05/10/2019
"You and I," meeting Barns Courtney - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE Hailing from the stomping grounds of Anglo Saxons, 'The Great Migration,' Shipcord Cheese, Richard Ayoade, oh, and, Horatio, Lord Nelson, Ipswich, is songwriter Barns Courtney. I'm officially claiming him for the British before the Americans take all the credit for nurturing the Seattle raised talent.

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03/18/2019
Andy Jordan Live At The Scotch of St James - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE There's really no point in tiptoeing around the elephant in the room, after all, it is an elephant. I could attempt to make mere mention regarding the origins of the latest noisemaker to reach my ears, but, why?

Noctis Magazine
01/08/2019
WOOD WOOD | AW19

There was a familiar, winter warmer vibe at the Wood Wood AW19 presentation. Think adventurer, lumberjack, mountain man... a collection of somewhat stereotypically "manly" pieces that instantly evoke images of woodland wilderness and wrapping up warm.

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05/11/2019
Vinyl Me, Please - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE I have a box filled with Walkmans, Diskmans, Minidisk players and a mountain of mixtapes that my youthful self thought were oh so cool... they were the future of music, and, we all wanted to be part of it.Flash forward to the fading days of my 20s and, all I wanted for christmas was a record player.

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05/11/2019
Keeping it in the Family with New York's sibling trio, BAILEN - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE I know from experience (I have two brothers AND two sisters!) that family is a complex little beast, so, I was in awe when I heard tell of three siblings who, not only agreed to be in the same room as each other for longer than the time it takes to play a record, but made the ultimate commitment, to join a band.

MACE Magazine
12/18/2017
Choose Love

What would you want for Christmas? This year, I choose love.

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What a load of rubbish

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What would you like for Christmas?

Choose Love, opening on 24th November, is the world's first shop where you can buy real and necessary products for refugees. From emergency blankets to school bags and medical equipment. It is Christmas shopping for both the festive and the misers. You can shop to your heart's content, leave with nothing, and feel great.

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02/15/2019
Burberry | AW19 - noctismag

This season of London Fashion Week marked the first season anniversary for Italian designer, Riccardo Tisci. In celebration, the fearless leader returned triumphantly to launch his second Burberry collection. Having taken over from Christopher Bailey back in March 2018, the designer has held firm on his mission of giving the iconic London brand a new ...

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03/25/2018
Emoticash: Finance With Feeling - FourGoods

We live in a digital age and, it seems, innovations and creations are being unleashed on us daily. Last week, London based next-gen creatives, Superimpose Studio, has expanded into new territory by launching a new concept from its new proprietary currency, Emoticash. Emoticash aims to enhance the lives of modern day consumers by promoting the exchange ...

Noctis Magazine
03/12/2019
Getting To Know Adam French - noctismag

"These things aren't going to vanish if we don't talk about them, everyone at some point in their life faces some form of mental health issue, whether mild or severe it's important to know that you're not alone. Anyone that doesn't like that is lucky enough not to know what I'm talking about."

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03/22/2018
Scientists Want To 'Re-Engineer' Nature - FourGoods

Scientists want to 're-engineer' nature to eliminate the plastic in our seas and the fatbergs in our sewers - and create slugs to bio mine our landfill. Every year, 12 million tonnes of plastic waste enters the world's oceans. The problem was brought to life this year in heart-breaking scenes in the documentary Blue Planet, ...

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03/18/2019
Andy Jordan Live At The Scotch of St James - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE There's really no point in tiptoeing around the elephant in the room, after all, it is an elephant. I could attempt to make mere mention regarding the origins of the latest noisemaker to reach my ears, but, why?

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03/18/2019
Melissa x Fila Launch - noctismag

by Noctis Online SHARE There's a new fashion collaboration on the block from Brazilian label, Melissa, and iconic Italian sportswear brand, Fila. Never ones to do things by half, Covent Garden's Galeria Melissa have taken a playful approach preview on 14 March to unveil the new Melissa x Fila collection which aims to "imagine the future inspired by the past of both labels", according to a statement by Melissa.

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03/18/2019
Melissa x Fila Launch - noctismag

by Noctis Online SHARE There's a new fashion collaboration on the block from Brazilian label, Melissa, and iconic Italian sportswear brand, Fila. Never ones to do things by half, Covent Garden's Galeria Melissa have taken a playful approach preview on 14 March to unveil the new Melissa x Fila collection which aims to "imagine the future inspired by the past of both labels", according to a statement by Melissa.

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01/26/2019
In my shoes

There's a fresh, insiders guide in the world of footwear. British artist and photographer, Hugh Turvey, has gone right to the sole of the matter by x-raying some of this season's most desirable and lusted after kicks for his new "Xograms" photography series.

FourGoods
03/09/2018
The Rewind - Closure Without Disclosure - FourGoods

The subject of mental health is always somewhat of a minefield. Confronting the issue opens the flood gates to debate, ignorance, confusion and a hint of social awkwardness. Many people suffering from the unseen conditions are silenced by shame and, unlike those who wear their afflictions on the outside, unable to find immediate or effective ...

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02/15/2019
Burberry | AW19 - noctismag

This season of London Fashion Week marked the first season anniversary for Italian designer, Riccardo Tisci. In celebration, the fearless leader returned triumphantly to launch his second Burberry collection. Having taken over from Christopher Bailey back in March 2018, the designer has held firm on his mission of giving the iconic London brand a new ...

Noctis Magazine
03/08/2019
Making the cut with Sophie Collins - noctismag

Believe in yourself and the ability you have. Listen to others but at the same time don't take negativity to heart and use this as a positive. I was told by many that I would never make it as a barber but I saw this as a challenge and I wanted to prove them wrong.

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08/14/2019
IT ALL | CAMERON COOK - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE I was promised intense, vivid absurdity, satire and tenderness and explosive hilarity... in fact, I was promised 'It All.' I will happily admit, I have a soft spot for mimes. I can probably trace it to my love of Chaplin and Marcel Duchamp's "Anémic Cinéma."

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06/11/2019
Chalayan | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE Around the world in 27 looks. As seasons go, this LFWM has largely made the clothes themselves the focus, letting us judge the clothes rather than slightly contrived cause which far too many designers have been prioritising of late.

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06/10/2019
JOBO | SS20 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE It's always a joy when you get to celebrate a local boy done good... today, said boy is Lewisham bred Joel Boyd, JOBO, if you want to look at all like you have at least a finger on the pulse of the current fashion story.

FourGoods
02/16/2018
Land of Skate - FourGoods

Once in a blue moon even when the world continues to splinter and change, there is a land where a collective of people are uniting. The Land of Skate grow, learn and react to the lives of children and youth in countries caught up by conflict and inequality and offer some out of the box ...

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02/19/2019
Shrimps | AW19 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE It looks like Shrimps are getting all grownup. Since it's 2013 launch, designer Hannah Weiland, has developed a name for the brand championing the need for a fur free London Fashion Week by presenting faux fur outerwear in brilliant flashes of colour.

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02/17/2019
Victor Wong | AW19 - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE There is almost a kind of theatricality in the surprising volumes created by Victor Wong. Let's just mention the name: this season, he's in the official London Fashion Week calendar too, and he will be one of the Chinese designers who are the pride of the event.

Noctis Magazine
01/16/2019
Cottweiler | AW19

"Yes fashion, I do think you're insanely cooler than me, but, did you really need to tell before I even got there?" That was feeling that greeted me when the email bidding me to attend Cottweiler's A/W 2019 show. The invitation featured a gushing, pyramided public urinal, placed in the great outdoors; Ben Cottrell and ...

Noctis Magazine
01/16/2019
Craig Green | AW19

Fewer things were in the forefront of my mind going into the gloom of January than Quality Streets. They were, however, the lightening bolt-esque concept that landed slap bang in my lap at Craig Green's #LFWM #AW19 show. The eagerly anticipated return of British menswear darling, Craig Green, saw T-shirts in sweetie wrapper plastics and ...

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03/18/2019
Melissa x Fila Launch - noctismag

by Daisy Sells SHARE There's a new fashion collaboration on the block from Brazilian label, Melissa, and iconic Italian sportswear brand, Fila. Never ones to do things by half, Covent Garden's Galeria Melissa have taken a playful approach preview on 14 March to unveil the new Melissa x Fila collection which aims to "imagine the future inspired by the past of both labels", according to a statement by Melissa.

Noctis Magazine
01/11/2019
Bianca Saunders | AW19

Quickly becoming one of UK's must-watch young designers, Bianca Saunders, presented another thought-provoking collection on the final day of London Fashion Week Men's. The home of Matches Fashion new Mayfair creative hub, 5 Carlos Place, played host to the RCA graduate's AW19 collection and delved deeply into the topic of identity, with focus on what ...

Noctis Magazine
01/06/2019
QASIMI | AW19

Amidst the current uncertain political and social climate, Qasimi's urban nomad travels to the near future with a vision of hope within a utopian landscape. The utopian future vision had been complemented by textiles and cinematic cult sci-fi imagery, allowing the traveller a discovery of his own place and purpose in the universe.

The Urban Watch Magazine
09/25/2017
The Subculture Archive Preserves British Youth

It is time to celebrate "throwback Thursdays." Last month, the scene of a subculture celebration popped up with a rebellious punk streak on Carnaby Street in London. The brains behind the operation have united a collective of influencers, historians, and creatives to deliver a truly unique experience showcasing the multigenerational independence, defiance, and DIY attitude that has shaped Britain's subcultures and countercultures.

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Anti-Terror Art

Italy has embarked on a robust anti-terror strategy in recent years, which has included more than 6,000 troops deployed on the streets, increased surveillance of the country's Muslim population and expulsions of non-nationals deemed a security risk. Since the start of 2015, 202 people have been deported in line with the policy.

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Give Pope A Chance

The Pope Gives Us Hope features the Pope reaching out to a polar bear in a capsizing boat, the work is designed to reflect the Pope's comments in late 2016 on climate change, and his call to end environmental destruction.

The Urban Watch Magazine
07/09/2017
Nike Air Mags Sold For World Record Price $52,500

A pair of Nike Air Mag self-lacing sneakers-a concept that was first introduced in the iconic movie Back to the Future and brought to life by Nike in 2016-sold for $52,500 setting the world record for a collectible sneaker at public auction and smashing the previous record of $32,500.

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Go Green SS18

The SS18 collections delivered dramatic looks including kite-like sculptures in a palette of black, khaki and indigo, the ominous shades gave way to pure white, stone and, eventually, bold, almost joyous pieces in pink, blue, red, yellow and green, with patterns that mirrored the angular lines of the talismans.

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Room With A View

We spy a splendid twist for our travel section this week. Budget travellers' best friend, easyHotel, is trialling a millennial innovation that gives guests a room with a view for next to nothing at it's Old Street Hotel.

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Community spirit in the Capital

Whilst social media erupted with updates, aid and distress posts following the terrorist attack at London Bridge, a more old fashioned method of community spirit and charity began with The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation. Just days after the tragic event at Grenfell Tower, the charity spearheaded an appeal to help and support those affected as well as the local community.

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SNAP!

The roots of instant photography can be traced to the 1940s, when scientist Edwin Land went on holiday with his family. He was taking a few snaps of his children for the photo album, as most fathers do, when his daughter posed an interesting question: She wondered why the photos were not available to view instantaneously.

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Strings attached

I've always felt nauseatingly arrogant when identifying and describing the "heroes" or "inspirations" in my life. My meagre twenty nine years, whilst being thoroughly treasured in the queue for a lottery ticket and some party poppers are, in the most part, a drop in the ocean of the world and its inhabitants who I deeply respect.

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Pride Festival in London is the biggest LGBT parade in the UK which sees thousands of people celebrate and embrace their sexualities.

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Stop Fucking The Planet

More plastic has been produced in the last ten years than the last century. An issue that affects wildlife and our environment. VIN + OMI (who have received an award by the National Endowment for Science and Technology Award) have been creating ways to work with sustainable materials in fashion and this season they are creating the collection mainly with rPET fabrics which have been made from recycled plastic bottles.

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Future of Fun

Harry Parr, founder of Bompas & Parr, said:"Imagining how we can co-exist in nature is one of the key challenges facing our collective future, where we face increased urban populations while climate change and pollution threatens the stability of the natural world.

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Anti-Terror Art

Italy has embarked on a robust anti-terror strategy in recent years, which has included more than 6,000 troops deployed on the streets, increased surveillance of the country's Muslim population and expulsions of non-nationals deemed a security risk. Since the start of 2015, 202 people have been deported in line with the policy.

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Subcultures of Soho

This month, the scene of a subculture celebration popped up with a rebellious punk streak on Carnaby Street. The brains behind the operation have united a collective of influencers, historians and creatives to deliver a truly unique experience showcasing the multigenerational independence, defiance and DIY attitude that has shaped Britain's subcultures and countercultures.

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The Best of British

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And All That Jazz

The jazz scene has gained a bright young thing in the form of London born songstress, Paula James, and she has set her sights on a whole new stage having cut her teeth performing classically in London, Norway and Italy.

The Urban Watch Magazine
09/25/2017
The Subculture Archive Preserves British Youth

It is time to celebrate "throwback Thursdays." Last month, the scene of a subculture celebration popped up with a rebellious punk streak on Carnaby Street in London. The brains behind the operation have united a collective of influencers, historians, and creatives to deliver a truly unique experience showcasing the multigenerational independence, defiance, and DIY attitude that has shaped Britain's subcultures and countercultures.

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SOS - Save our Sounds

Unlocking our Sound Heritage forms part of a core British Library programme, Save Our Sounds, which pledges to preserve the nation's sound heritage. The National Lottery grant will enable the British Library to achieve key aims of its ambitious Save Our Sounds programme by preserving the nation's most at risk sounds and, with the appropriate licences and permissions, delivering online resources and a vibrant programme of activities across the UK, connecting people with their audio heritage.

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Queer city

As a nation, Britain has long been defined by its stiff upper lip, seen and not heard, behind the green baize door mentality however the commemoration of 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality is something that should make us all a little more proud to be British.

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Vinyl Me, Please

Vinyl Me, Please was born out of a passion for music and a desire for something that didn't exist. Tech duo, Matt and Tyler, met and lived together while working in Chicago. A record player became the focal point of their apartment but didn't have any records.

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And all that jazz

Our jolly holidays came a little early last week with a little new soundtrack to road test. The bounds of #CLICsLIVENOISE are expanding and, brilliantly, discovering all sorts of unconventional creations.

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Gather Round

It may seem surpising (!!??) but, when it comes to a red carpet, we are decidedly out of our comfort zones when it comes to the whole gliztz and glam. However, we put our glad rags on for the 10th Anniversary Roundhouse Gala and got our butterflies in check and headed for an evening of music and entertainment from world renowned artists alongside Roundhouse home-grown talent.

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We will remember them

This November, The Royal British Legion will, once again welcome members of the public from across the UK to join, honour and remember those who lost their lives whilst serving in our Armed Forces. The Two Minute Silence at 11am with bugler playing the Last Post and the reading of the Exhortation will be ever more poignant, and, so remind us, Lest We Forget.

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The Petite Pearl Lowe x Selfish Mother

The Petite Pearl Lowe x Selfish Mother mini-collection comprises of a sequin cape handmade in Somerset, available in 4 x colourways: pink, green, red and turquoise. The cape is aimed at the superheroes of the summer ahead (both large and small!)

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No means No?

Consent by Nina Raine will premiere in a co-production with cast and crew from Out of Joint at The Dorfman Theatre in April 2017 The National Theatre.The production is an immensely bold look at a social taboo, questioning the status quo and looking at the reactions of both victims and culprits in cases of violence and sexual abuse, however, the most daring focus is the practically unexamined perspective of the family, friends and peers affected by the actions of both the perpetrators and the...

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‬Love to laugh...

It's with a heavy heart that I see that the once treasured film is to be placed in the hands of a literal and cinematic heathen to do with what he pleases.

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One man, many women

Bambi says "I think the work Million Women Rise are doing is fantastic. No more fear for women who can feel completely isolated and abandoned by society. We all live in close proximity but never know or ask what's going on next door.

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Females in Residence

I was inspired by the writer Sheila Heti and her book 'How a person should be.' It made me realise that there isn't a right way of writing and that you can match your way of making with your creative process and way of thinking.

The Urban Watch Magazine
10/12/2016
Behind The Specs: Iris Apfel

As the world enters its bi-annual hysteria around all things fashion, the focus (as usual) is on all things new. But rarely do we get an opportunity to take a little time and celebrate the old alongside the new. Luckily, we have a secret weapon.

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London gets LOUUD

In May 2014, she put together a band made up by friends from BIMM London to play with her and a couple of months later they recorded her first single 'High'. The band is made up by Craig Sellar on drums, Isabel Torres and Rob Webb on guitars and Sam Cooper on bass.

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The Vending Machine Gallery

Obviously, when we think vending machines, we can't help but rewind through our past interactions with the aforementioned technology and, despite the tangent being utterly frivolous, we had to talk to the creators, curators and collectors that come attached to The Vending Machine Art Gallery and ask...

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Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb

RhubarbLondon is the name to remember when looking for fine, eclectic furniture and are set to introduce its latest unique design, The Windsor Castle Armchair to the world. Fashioned in signature RhubarbLondon style, this piece is not only a functional furniture design but also a piece of historical artwork, guaranteed to be a conversation starter amongst guests and friends.

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LFW trend report: Pam Hogg

Nothing guarantees that we rally on a Sunday afternoon like some ballsy British rock and roll. There is radical and unapologetic punk coursing through the veins of every creation that the Scottish born icon Pam Hogg turns out.

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane?...

By collaborating with small, independent artists something very remarkable indeed was displayed, in the (luckily clear) skies above Milton Keynes. It wasn't a bird, or just a plane, it was an airborne artwork. The work featured several colour tones laid out like a standard colour swatch from a DIY store.

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Right Royal Pissup

The Chardonnay-based blend is said to have "delicate toasted brioche, apricot and citrus notes," and after the fast sales of the first batch, it can already be pre-ordered. It's likely there will be plenty more royal fizz to come in the future, too.

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Fashion at your fingertips

A former broker, Ohnemus left investment banking to turn her passion for fashion into something concrete, a new solution to the age old industry issue. EyeFitU now collaborates with hundreds of leading brands and online stores including Adidas, River Island, Gucci, H&M, Ted Baker, Farfetch and Net-a-porter to make shopping easier.

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02/25/2017
LFW trend report: Ones to Watch

Cue Fashion Scout's 'One's To Watch' collection catwalk show. The freshest new designers are handpicked from an intimidatingly talented list by, a panel of industry experts which, this season, included Martyn Roberts, Fashion Scouts founder and creative director, long time supporter of Fashion Scout, Hilary Alexander OBE, esteemed fashion writer Tony Glenville, One's To Watch very own stylist Rebekah Roy and Niamh Tuft, from the British Council.

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LFW trend report: Ashley Williams

Of course, that's when the empire struck back. And now that Williams has seen the bleakness of Brexit and Trump, she's made new hair pins that read 'PARANOIA' in all their glittery glory. Paired with hoodies that screamed MISERY and a dress that read SAVE THE EARTH, the buzzy collection would be completely bleak if it weren't so fun.

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Green fingered

Savouré caught the green fingered bug unintentionally, "The Basile project came to me during a trip to the countryside. I was on a balcony, looking at some aromatic plants that were growing in a window box, and I said to myself that I would really like one of them myself!"

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Hull - UK City of Culture 2017

It was the world's longest single span suspension bridge when it opened and more than 100,000 vehicles use it each week, but there's also a walkway offering a chance to stroll across to really appreciate this impressive structure.

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BigglyBank

The BigglyBank is inspired by Mr President and offers some light relief and ballsy sarcasm to our lives. Not only does it celebrate the world's best combover but the BigglyBank offers americanisms up the wazoo! The most American piggy bank ever made shouts out one of 10 tremendous voice sayings every time you stick a coin into its pursed pie hole.

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seeds of love

One of the most complained and commented about holidays of the year is almost upon us. Valentine's Day may mean hearts, flowers, naked baby angels - for some, it means rings. For 2017, we're all in for rings, rings of the tree variety you understand.

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Corinthia Hotel London to Launch a World First With Neuroscientist in Residence

London's Corinthia Hotel is revolutionising the hotel experience by teaming up with renowned neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart to research the mental resilience of people who spend extended periods of time on the road and those who travel for work and pleasure. It is a world first for any hotel to undertake such a programme.

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The Best of British - brands to live by

Inspired by the lives of the founder Stacey Wood's Grandmother Joan Marion King (1918-2011) and her Father, Graham Aubrey Tuckfield (1925-1987), every detail from King & Tuckfield is linked to the history of a very British family.

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The Saatchi Gallery presents 50 x 50

The exhibition is being staged in partnership with the Jealous Print Studio within the Prints & Originals Gallery throughout January and February and will showcase 50 new works by 50 artists. In a twist of creative innovation, the curators have selected a further 21 prints to be shown in an online and interactive space.

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02/14/2017
Safe Travels

With cheap flights, travel packages and improved communication channels making travelling more accessible, STA Travel is seeing an increasing number of young people and families seek out new adventures abroad. In a fantastic forward thinking move, Europe's largest digital doctor service, Push Doctor has partnered with STA Travel to give policy holders access to video GP consultations with a UK based GP, through insurance provider Allianz Global Assistance.

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'Slum tourism': realities and risks

The controversial practice of slum tourism involves touring marginalised and impoverished settlements that are far cry from the usual tourist trail. Proponents argue that, not only can it enable economic and social mobility for residents, but it can also change the perspectives of those visiting.

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Of all the gin joints

Sipsmith Master Distiller, Jared Brown and Ham Yard Hotel Bar Manager, Eoin Kenny have collaborated to re-imagine classic gin cocktails from the roaring 20s. The master mixologists have cooked up several creations, from the 'Hot Negroni'- using Sipsmith's award-winning London Dry Gin, to the piping hot 'Reverse Martini' and, our personal poison of choice, the 'Hot G&T'.

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Pop goes the weasel

Harriet Horton Neon Lighting x Taxidermy Pop-up Shop was the talk of town when it popped up in Mayfair this week, morbid curiosity and fascination drew acclaim and uproar in almost equal measure, and challenged every aspect of the ever changing art world.

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Day of the Dead

Unlike the distinctly Americanized Halloween hullabaloo, El Dia De Los Muertos is a sacred tradition. Whilst we all embrace the frivolity, shadows and inner ghoulishness that Halloween has to offer, this year sees London celebrating the Day of the Dead in extraordinary and colourful glory.

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12/23/2016
Hipster Holidays: 10 Best Places to Stay

Gone are the days of the deer in the headlights backpackers finding their way in pastures by trial, error and pure accident... the word on the traveling street is that Hipster Holidays are the new norm as fresh-faced travelers shun central city hotels for the districts and their lure of creativity, socializing and good food.

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12/13/2016
The Skateroom

The Skateroom fuses the energy of the contemporary art world with the dynamism of skate culture, inviting artists to create limited edition artworks on skateboards. The proceeds of the initiative go towards supporting non-profit projects around the world to empower, educate and entertain children through skateboarding and art.

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12/25/2016
How About a Christmas Morning Swim in the Freezing Water?

Christmas Day swims have been a bit of a chilly tradition in the UK for quite a while now but in the last few years, they have exploded a bit in popularity! I pride myself on being made of rather stern stuff...

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11/24/2016
Best Diving Sites

I am a country mouse. I grew up learning to jump in puddles, feed lambs and when chillsome to put on another jumper rather than the heating. I am, however, a lover of the ocean and the odysseys that span beneath us.

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Spending your £s and Zzzzs

While the yanks have long been using and delighting in the luxurious and slick hotel hotspots, we have slowly seen the once unfriendly shells turn into hangouts, bars, workspaces and community hubs. Now, far from the clichéd 'gift shops', hoteliers are teaming up with traditional retailers and forward thinking curators to create breathing retail spaces and immersive 'showrooms'.

The Urban Watch Magazine
12/22/2016
Millennial CEO of VINAYA Isn't Addicted to Her Phone

The majority of us humans have whimsical ideas and dreams. For the most part, our most extravagant thoughts will remain as just that- thoughts. Occasionally our thoughts evolve into adventures and successes. For some, the dreams take root and blossom into something truly unimaginable. The wizard of one such dream is Miss Kate Unsworth.

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11/23/2016
The National Theatre Introduces Shakespeare App

Celebrate Shakespeare at the National Theatre with a free app for iPad and iPhone - now available to download. 2016 seems to be the year of every British literary anniversary, including the 400 th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. So it is with joy that we welcome the latest tool for sharing the stories, secrets and innovations of the Bard.

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Art in Architecture

January sees the unveiling of the newly completed, state-of-the-art gallery at the ever-evolving National Science Museum. The Winton was, true to its futuristic design and concept, filmed "in progress" as its architect, Zaha Hadid, established the core themes of the gallery.

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Four eyes

November saw a new Brummy designer and e-tailer embark on a mission. A mission to disrupt the traditionally inflexible eyewear industry. UK-based brand, Josh Fano, are reframing the way that the optically challenged see the world and are working to create quality, stylish glasses at a fraction of the price of their designer counterparts by cutting out the middleman to offer the best of eyewear without breaking the bank.

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How do you keep your balls clean?

Graffiti and street artists have been given free reign over the walls and a veritable tuck shop has been poured into retro sweetie cocktails using ingredients such as Wham Bars, Dip Dabs and Pink Shrimp Foam. The kitchen pops up in theme dishes like beef meatballs in Yorkshire puddings and light fluffy pancake balls with maple syrup.

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Get your skates on

Somerset House has been transformed into the ultimate winter destination, signalling the start of the festive season. Skate at Somerset House with Fortnum & Mason has been skilfully crafted by the musical geniuses at Euphonica, complete with stylish skating, festive food and drink, music and Christmas shopping inspiration.

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11/15/2016
Betty Woodman's world of ceramics and modern art | The Urban Watch

I am not really one for collecting idols, I am, all too often, attempting to get rid of some that are clinging on, but, today I concede. Betty Woodman is, in my eyes anyway, worthy of adoration and admiration. Born in 1930 to a loving and rather ordinary family, the American was, unbeknownst to anyone, never going to be ordinary.

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11/15/2016
Afghanistan: Your Next Travel Destination

As the year 2016 emerged, our world remained involved and effected by conflict and confusion. Few things are as inspirational as an almost unwavering faith, a curious mind and good set of gonads. As destinations go, Afghanistan has all of that, and more.

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Make like a merman

Beyond the Waterfall is one of Bompas & Parr's most ambitious projects to date, uniting disciplines including structural engineers, mining consultants and theatrical prop-makers to transport thousands of Westfield London's visitors into another dimension.

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06/18/2017
New Jazz Star Paula James On Her Secret Sources of Inspiration

Our May Bank holiday had a new soundtrack to road test. The bounds of #CLICsLIVENOISE are expanding and, brilliantly, discovering all sorts of unconventional creations. Two weeks ago, I saw the jazz scene gain a bright young star. London-born songstress, Paula James, is setting her sights on a whole new stage having cut her teeth performing classically in London, Norway and Italy.

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Plug in baby

Snell has highlighted that the rapid advance of sophistication in robotics means that we could very well see a drastic change in how humans interact between the sheets. What's more, the practice of robo-love could very well become addictive and lead to the drastic evolution of notorious red light districts and its human sex workers.

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12/24/2016
Christmas Special: The Choir with No Name

"The Choir with No Name (CWNN) runs choirs for people who have experienced homelessness and other men and women on the margins of society[...] Our first choir - in King's Cross, London - was founded in 2008 by Marie Benton, a professional musician and at the time also a senior project worker at homeless accommodation provider St Mungo's."

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Sweet dreams

The least exciting moment of any trip is the check in for flights and hotels. It is usually, the most time sucking and irritating process. At The Henn Na hotel, the usual frustrations are obscurely different. The front of house face of the hotel is the only representative who speaks English.

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Interview: Ren Stedman

Ren Stedman is a transgender singer-songwriter from Essex. Fresh from touring the UK, supporting acts including Lucy Spraggan, Mica Paris, Latrice Royale and Hazel Dean, Ren has also been a featured artist on The London News. Combining folky melodies with sincere and honest lyrics, Ren has been compared to artists such as Frank Turner, Greg Holden and Billy Bragg.

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Everyone's a critic

The Eye of Bamako and the London Scene: in photography, style and leisure, will be hosted and moderated by renowned cultural commentator Ekow Eshun, artist and curator Harris Elliott, and photographer Dean Chalkley where they will highlight the fragility of London life as the threat of urban development creeps through our streets.

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12/07/2016
Cobbler Concierge - Luxury Shoe and Handbag Repair Service

Carolyn Blair is the millennial CEO behind Cobbler Concierge, an on demand leather goods repair service that allows users to schedule pickup and delivery from their phone. With Cobbler Concierge, Blair marries the craftsmanship of custom repair services with technology, offering quality shoe repair that can be accessible from anywhere across the country.

The Urban Watch Magazine
12/22/2016
Snow or No Snow on Christmas? That is the Question!

There is a definite chill in the air, and, dare I say it, I am beginning to think of Christmas. As temperatures plummet again, the bookies have slashed the odds on a white Christmas. I am a fan of the Christmases of yesteryear, and, despite the odds, I still have a little faith squirrelled for a white Christmas.

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Interview: Sarah Walk

Sarah is one of our very first far flung artists, the 25-year-old extraordinary new talent delivers sound that is gut-wrenching and swathed in emotion. Chicago born Sarah Walk released her latest single 'Wake Me Up' after being signed to One Little Indian last year.

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No Love locks

Tourists and lovers have long pledged the very simplest of commitments throughout Paris. On the bridges that weave the city together, declarations of love are locked in the form of padlocks. Now 65 tonnes of love locks are set to be removed in a bid over safety fears - the Pont des Arts bridge, situated by the Louvre, simply cannot support the weight of the estimated one million padlocks.

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Interview: The Greasy Slicks

The Greasy Slicks are Jack Kendrew on guitar and vocals, drummer and vocalist Rian O'Grady, and Nathan Rasdall on bass. They absorb elements of grunge and blues as a means to establish their own sound whilst delivering powerful live performances, executed with precision and distinct groove.

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11/24/2016
Daisy Sells, Author at The Urban Watch Magazine

Daisy began her career as a travel PR representing numerous international Tourist Boards and luxury, lifestyle and charity projects. Her passion and tenacity teamed with 8 years of experience has taught her to be a strong champion of both PR and journalism whilst appreciating and respecting the nuances of both.

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11/07/2016
The Best Things Come in Itsy Bitsy Packages

Itsy Bitsy Vintage, London's foremost avant guarde lingerie brand, looks very much like it is whirring up for something. After a creative hiatus, mysterious and beautiful swatches are appearing on the Itsy website...I sense the teasing has just begun.

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Into the light

It's a rare thing for a Wednesday when the bright young things and wildly reclusive creatives converge to celebrate a collection of works, but last night Soho saw the launch of its second annual submission show with a remarkably low key fanfare.

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Interview: Beans on Toast

With 7 studio albums in his back catalogue, Jay McAllister aka Beans on Toast, provokes thought on subjects from Prince Harry to Popcorn, from Friendship to Fracking, from Romance to Riots and current events to getting off your head. Simple songs, with no holds barred lyrics and quick wit.

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I like big butts...

It has to be said that this year's Turner Prize is being somewhat overshadowed by the posterior presented by shortlisted artist, Anthea Hamilton. However, once you divert your gaze, the overwhelming focus of the four shortlisted artists (Helen Marten, Anthea Hamilton, Michael Dean and Josephine Pryde) is realised.

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12/23/2016
Skateboarding for a Cause

The Skateroom fuses the energy of the contemporary art world with the dynamism of skate culture and invites artists to create limited edition artworks on skateboards. The proceeds of the initiative go towards supporting non-profit projects around the world to empower, educate and entertain children through skateboarding and art.

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09/15/2016
Three Story Lanterns on the Thames - The Metropolist

If you're near the Millennium Bridge this month, make sure to look out for a huge lantern moored in the river. Floating Dreams by Ik-Joong Kang is a three-story high cube, constructed from 500 miniature drawings and lit from inside. Ik-Joong Kang spoke to people who fled from North to South Korea during the war.

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A capital specific visa

This week saw just one (the first of many one imagines) solution to support our uncertain future was proposed. A capital-specific visa. A London visa would not mean devolving decisions, but allowing the mayor and/or businesses to sponsor a certain number of visas, which would entitle their holders to live and work in the capital.

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Interview: Sea Girls

Sea Girls meld together some dark instrumentals with confessional lyrics, bringing balls and passion to their unique sound. Relative newbies of the musical scene, the gang have struck both cult and commercial chords and, since their birth in 2015, have been picked up by Converse to take part in Converse Rubber Tracks.

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Clic-digital | The Choir with No Name

Image : The Choir With No Name Beyond merely urging his readers to not be miserly Dickens seems to be reminding us of the importance in taking notice of the lives of those around us.

The Urban Watch Magazine
10/12/2016
Versace Men Athletic Wear Spring/Summer17 - The Urban Watch Magazine

"I love change. I want to push Versace forward, and capture the spirit of individuality and creativity in the men that I love." So said fashion's matriarch Donatella Versace before the SS17 Versace men's show. And she was true to her word. The show started with a film by Bruce Weber - the famed photographer...

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The Graphics of Punk

On 4th October, The Museum of Brands will unleash the ultimate fuck you to 'the man'. Graphics of Punk is a bold, loud and unapologetic reminder of 'year zero', inciting a little chaos on the corporate face of industry and vows to give a dose of oomph and rebellion to a usually placid establishment.

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Shakespeare in the 21st century

After 55 main-house Shakespeare productions, the NT has cast the likes of Peter O'Toole, Sam Mendes, Maggie Smith and Derek Jacobi and remained true to the roots and ideals that emanate from the lines of Shakespeare's immortal writings.

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10/12/2016
Diesel For Successful Living - The Urban Watch Magazine

2016 has been an exceptional year for celebrating and revisiting some of the best- and worst- moments and heroes of the past century. Diesel has taken the bold step of relaunching its iconic 'For Successful Living' message for AW16, a throwback to its powerful past ads.

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Interview: wearable tech connoisseur Kate Unsworth

Kate Unsworth, founder of VINAYA, creates wearable technology in her design studio-cum-research lab. Driven by the desire to increase human potential, Kate has been busy working in her Shoreditch hub space from the initial planning process to producing some of the most exciting wearable modern tech evolutions.

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10/12/2016
Bringing Life to an Abandoned NYC Scenery: Semi-Submerged Murals - The Urban Watch Magazine

All at Sea: Artist beautifies shipwrecks, abandoned docks and neglected spaces whilst on his paddleboard. An extraordinary and somewhat ethereal collection has arrived on these shores, a mesmerizing series of scenes that capture the sensual interaction between the subject and the surrounding water. Oahu-born Sean 'Hula' Yoro, a relatively new face in the commercial art scene,...

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Champagne showers

Truly extraordinary thought went into the creation and installation of L'Eden. The lounge was curated by internationally renowned French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the space was transformed into an interactive installation linking nature to the city and featuring a network of 'vines' that grow down from the ceiling, like branches from a pergola.

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COURTHOUSE HOTEL SHOREDITCH

The 128-room is the east end's latest luxurious hotel, that cleverly blends period features with modern styles. The boutique property is complete with three bars and restaurants, one of which goes in big on the heritage theme - by making VIP booths out of former courthouse prison cells.

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Women Gaining a Voice At The Table

Far from being a feministic free-for-all, the conference, hosted by Voice At The Table, was a demonstration of diversity and inclusion aimed at promoting an adaptable working environment for both women and men by building confidence, changing internal dialogue and challenging assumptions.

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Enter Sandman

Carter, somewhat of a pioneer with his idea to socialise hotels, is challenging Londoners to broaden their horizons and try something a little different. Henceforth, the hotel is embarking on a myriad of monthly happenings, opening the stylish pad to a wider audience.

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Attribute x Teatum Jones

Attribute and LFW all stars, Teatum Jones, teamed up to create a spanking new range of footwear for their #LFW #SS17 catwalk show. Months of angst and a little bit of swagger saw a collection rolled out that captured the vibrant use of colour trademarked by Teatum Jones' past lines, and the strong, edgy constructions that underpins Attribute's icons.

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Interview: Narrow Plains

Narrow Plains have been nominated as Best Country/Folk act in the upcoming 2016 Unsigned Music Awards (UMAs). Out of almost 3,000 applications for the Unsigned Music Awards 2016, the band has made it through to the final 5 nominees in the Best Country / Folk category.

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Interview: Ed Geater

After signing a management deal in late 2015, 2016 has been a year of real growth for Ed. After signing a non-exclusive recording deal with London based independent label Music Mandi, 'Barriers EP', spearheaded by lead single and video 'Don't Think', was released in March.

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Fighting addiction

Russell Brand, London's most notorious, self-confessed ruffian and all round character chameleon has found a wholesome way to continue his vagabond ways by casting himself as a 'Robin Hood-esque' fellow, taking the riches, both social and mental, gained at his not-for-profit café and donating it to the poor via charity RAPt.

The Urban Watch Magazine
10/12/2016
Menswear Trends Spring/Summer17 - The Urban Watch Magazine

I'm going to put my hands up and declare it. When it comes to Fashion Week, I think classic couture, tailoring, obscure space aged garments and overwhelming sensory overload. When it comes to Fashion Week, I think of women. This year however, my eyes have been opened (and occasionally distracted), by the emergence of truly...

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If you're waiting for me to break the silence...

The location of this particular theatrical masterpiece was the Hampstead Theatre, quite frankly, the most perfect location. Close enough to Hampstead and a hop, skip and jump from the Finchley Road. Alas, Freud's statue no longer casts an eye over of all theatrical proceedings; it surely had to be Hampstead Theatre or bust.

The Urban Watch Magazine
11/07/2016
Daisy Sells, Author at The Urban Watch Magazine

Daisy began her career as a travel PR representing numerous international Tourist Boards and luxury, lifestyle and charity projects. Her passion and tenacity teamed with 8 years of experience has taught her to be a strong champion of both PR and journalism whilst appreciating and respecting the nuances of both.

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Mark Hole | Clic Digital

Writer Daisy Sells comments on London based singer-songwriter Mark Hole and his new song My Friend.

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Where do you stand?

Instead, they will be invited to stand, willy-nilly, on both sides on the Central line escalators at Holborn. Previous tests, under publicised and dubious in outcome, were conducted last November and December, but, some bright spark has suggested that capacity could possibly be increased by up to 30 per cent IF everyone is stationary and allows the machinery to do the work.

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10/12/2016
Daisy Sells, Author at The Urban Watch Magazine

Daisy began her career as a travel PR representing numerous international Tourist Boards and luxury, lifestyle and charity projects. Her passion and tenacity teamed with 8 years of experience has taught her to be a strong champion of both PR and journalism whilst appreciating and respecting the nuances of both.

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The greenhouse that grows legs | Clic Digital

With 'once in a lifetime' flooding occurring more and more frequently in the UK over recent years, the creation of 'The Greenhouse That Grows Legs', designed by

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01/20/2016
BE SPECIFIC WITH VIVIENNE WESTWOOD

BE SPECIFIC WITH VIVIENNE WESTWOOD by DAiSY SELLS This Sunday Milan Fashion Week was the stage for the wildly anticipated unveiling of Vivienne Westwood's #MANAW1617 #BeSpecific collection. Drawing from the Politicians Are Criminals show last year she explains how politicians are wrecking our planet.

The Metropolist
06/28/2016
Pure Evil at Proud Chelsea - The Metropolist

Proud Chelsea has unveiled yet another collection of cultural mischief and retrospect, with work from the spectacular never-been-seen-before street artist, Pure Evil. Culture and style are fickle blighters and, for the past decade or so, London's East End has defined the very essence of cool.

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Out loud

Stated! is the brainchild of Glaswegian based duo Ryan Prentice and David Brownlie and is designed to offer users a space to create and share their favourite quotes using imagery, filters and typefaces of their choice.

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07/09/2016
XXY in Conversation with Kate Unsworth, Founder of Vinaya

The majority of us humans have whimsical ideas and dreams of the life that we will one day lead. For the most part, our most extravagant thoughts will remain as just that, thoughts. Occasionally, our thoughts evolve into adventures and successes. For some, the dreams take root and blossom into something unimaginable.

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Sweet dreams

The least exciting moment of any trip is the check in for flights and hotels. It is usually, the most time sucking and irritating process. At The Henn Na hotel, the usual frustrations are obscurely different. The front of house face of the hotel is the only representative who speaks English.

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The Uk's booming FinTech industry could face new regulatory and business challenges as it faces an uncertain future under Brexit.

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weho

WEHO - West Hollywood - is the New York style acronym given to the area that sits between Hollywood on the east and Beverly Hills to the west, and is fast emerging as THE spot for street style, youth, design, hip hotels, trendy dining and creativity.

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Kara(not)oke

I reluctantly admit that I may have found Jennifer Lopez texting Leonardo Di Caprio, Adele's rapping and Michelle Obama and James Corden signing along to Single Ladies decidedly chuckle worthy, and it seems that I am not the slightest bit alone.

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Switching shoes

Tanya Heath is Canadian born, Paris inspired. Heath, like many, didn't begin life as designer, her fashion 'moments' and fashion faux pas' have inspired TANYA HEATH Paris - a unique concept that allows woman to create a unique pair of shoes that reflects life with the simple click of a button and the change of a heel.

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Vivienne Westwood AW16 | Clic Digital

This Sunday #milanfashionweek was the stage for the wildly anticipated unveiling of @FollowWestwood's #MANAW1617 #BeSpecfic collection.

January-June 2016

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Afghan adventures

To most, the idea of visiting Afghanistan is absurd. The knee jerk reaction of any traveller, however hardy, is one coloured by industrial Hesco sandbags ringed with razor wire and hostility.

deFUZE Magazine
01/20/2016
BE SPECIFIC WITH VIVIENNE WESTWOOD

BE SPECIFIC WITH VIVIENNE WESTWOOD by DAiSY SELLS This Sunday Milan Fashion Week was the stage for the wildly anticipated unveiling of Vivienne Westwood's #MANAW1617 #BeSpecific collection. Drawing from the Politicians Are Criminals show last year she explains how politicians are wrecking our planet.

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People Tree | Clic Digital

An online platform delivering millennials with fashion, health and culture news.

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#SUBVERSIVEGARDENER

The collection du jour is Tools for Her, a trio of brass nail dusters that can be used as a spade, rake and shovel in urban gardening does, however, come with a little nod to the city girl in most and the one that, as everyone I know seems to say I need to embrace, each tool is paired with nail polish and seed varieties to stylishly integrate gardening assaults into the guerrilla gardener's daily routine.

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11/14/2015
To Paris, with love.

This week, I was asked to write a feature on Paris and its wonders. Alas, there do not seem many words that could speak for her in the wake of this week. The wonderful and exquisite charms of anything fade, as they should, in the face of fear and chaos.

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Mona Hatoum at the Tate Modern

This summer the Tate Modern wil host a long-overdue retrospective of Mona Hatoum. The show is a brilliant demonstration of the intimidating and vast talent that Hatoum is blessed with. The survey consists of over 100 works from the 1980s to the present day, from early performances and video, sculpture, installation, photography and works on paper.

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Your Free Day | Clic Digital

There is rarely a second in our days untainted by social, political or media hoopla. Our lives are fuelled by gadgetry, printed word and noise.

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Moxy Stratford opens this summer

As East London's achingly cool style continues to adapt, grow and surprise, Moxy is jumping on the slick, edgy and creative bandwagon. Moxy London Stratford is an 8th floor hotel next to Europe's largest shopping centre, Westfield, and adjacent to the iconic Olympic Park.

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Get your face off my coffee!

With the confidence and creativity of caffeine enthusiasts brewing, what is a coffee emporium to do? How do they up their game? How can they change the face of coffee? Roll up, roll up and marvel at 'The Ripple Maker'; a bizarre concept that is, literally, one of the most intimate ways of connecting with your coffee.

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curtain raiser

I am staunchly proud of both my history, and, that of my homeland. It may seem peculiar, particularly to those unfamiliar of our British quirks, that we indiscriminatingly mark all manner of good, bad, ludicrous and controversial events from across the years. For my rather infuriatingly curious brain, however, it is exceptional.

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No flamin' galah

For the most part, we are overtly proud of our British heritage. We are a nation built on legends, strength and stoicism. Occasionally, we find ourselves drawn into discussions about cricket, killer bugs and convicts. Personally, I'm a huge fan of all three.

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hole in one

The latest creation to sit the scene is Swingers. For those with filthy and salacious minds, shame on you. Swingers is a stand up kind of establishment where your swing is matched with street food, cocktails and crazy golf.

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04/15/2016
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Tick Tock

Whatever your preference, the one universal desire of a gig-goer is to find something extraordinary. We all seek a lyric, a bass line or a pregnant pause that defines the very moment that we are set in, and, when we find it, the impact is life changing.

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We will remember them

2016 marks the centenary year of the Battle of Jutland, a pivotal moment in the struggle for naval supremacy in the First World War. Over 6,000 members of the maritime community lost their lives.

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Image of an icon

Proud Chelsea held its summer party last week with the Image of an Icon exhibition. The collection was a who's who look at the most iconic and influential faces from fashion, music, sport and film and, rather than restricting itself to one artist, showcased works from the photographers who were up close and personal with the muses and subjects that have been celebrated by Proud Galleries' throughout its 20 year history.

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what we stand for

One of the most fantastic things of watching, worrying and waiting with baited breath is being able to decide and introspectively reflect on what we stand for.

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art attack

It seems that our fair city is brimming with new, controversial, occasionally absurd, modern and experiential art installations, all vying for critique and relishing it whether it be glowing or damning.

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call of the wild

Featuring cutting edge computer graphics created by experiential agency BEcause, the campaign aims to raise awareness of the threats tigers face in the wild, while helping secure vital support for their ultimate global goal to double wild tiger numbers by 2022 - the next Chinese Year of the Tiger.

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portaloo party

Festivals are not for the faint hearted, in fact, depending on the alcohol to weather ratio, it can be a test of mental and physical grit. If one ran a poll across festival goers to see what the most grizzly part of their experiences would be, probability and experience would both, rather firmly, land on the portaloo.

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model, drummer, actress

The star and budding #africansuperhero is West London born model, drummer and actress, Symara Templeman. You may recognise her from 2015's Ex Machina. She is the epitome of girl makes good. Her face has been a canvas for the likes of Young Blood, Butterfly Knight, Samantha Cole and E A Burns and she has flourished and grown stratospherically.

The Metropolist
04/16/2016
Le Kilt, Punk from Soho to Scotland - The Metropolist

Scottish designer Samantha McCoach introduced a collection centred around kilts, which are the staples of her brand Le Kilt. This season, McCoach put a 1970s punk spin on her kilts, as different tartans were the main pattern in the collection, pairing them with preppy shirts and knitted T-shirts, as well as tucked in soft jumpers, simple black blazers or black leather coats.

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01/31/2014
REVIEW: Vendetta | Wild Boar

I have mixed emotions towards the modern take on British cinematic creation... I grew up in love with the heroes in Dam Busters and knowing full well that the rain Spain fell mostly on the plain. Today, I am more tentative.

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