LEADING LADIES – LEGENDARY ISSUE 7

Much like the world of art and literature, the world of cinema appearance as a rainbow-flag-wielding protestor outside the gates would be nothing without its female muse to inspire and admire. With hollywood’s cutthroat environment making it an immensely challenging industry in which to succeed, it takes a special talent, irrespective of gender, to break…

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LORDE – FUTURE LEGEND IN THE MAKING

New Zealand born songstress Lorde, whose meteoric rise to fame had jaws dropping over this past year, has in one swift move, beginning with her debut album release in September and culminating in her double Grammy win this past January, stolen the metaphorical tiara from the pop princesses of yore. For example, Miley Cyrus’ miasma…

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RAM SHERGILL @ STORY LTD – MUMBAI – AUGUST 12 – 25

Ram Shergill - Kaleidoscope StoryLTD Industry Manor 3rd Floor Prabhadevi Mumbai 400 025 August 12th - 25th Since childhood Ram Shergill was destined to be a photographer "My passion for photography first emerged when I was about six years old, my brother bought a camera, and he was playing with filters etc, and I got…

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VIVIENNE WESTWOOD – REBEL WITH A CAUSE – LEGENDARY ISSUE 7

When it comes to fashion legends, to omit the Queen of anti-establishment fashion, Dame Vivienne Westwood, would be a serious crime. Westwood has been an inspiration for generations of designers, artists and musicians. Along with her former boyfriend Malcolm McLaren, she orchestrated a revolution felt far beyond the fashion industry, and has been leading it…

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DEREK ROSE: AND SO TO BED

As a design house, Derek Rose has been a continual source of much needed refinement when it comes to men’s lounge and night wear. If you have seen any British or American films from the halcyon days of the 1950’s and 60’s, you will have likely seen a pair of Derek Rose pyjamas being worn…

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EMERGING TRENDS: COFFEE AND E-CIGS

It's a Friday night in London’s uber trendy Shoreditch. The neon street lamps illuminate the hoards of early evening revellers, the boys in their skinny jeans and girls in their polka-dot frocks, forever in search of cool. Down Cheshire Street, in the heart of Brick Lane, at the very epicentre of the Shoreditch scene sits the…

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St Piece scarf

ST PIECE: WHERE OLD MEETS NEW

Art and fashion are taken to the next level by St Piece, a new London based design studio, specialising in luxury scarves. Headed by Sandy Chang, St Piece fuses together contemporary art and design aesthetics with age old luxury, thus making them a unique addition to London’s diverse set of sartorial adventurers. The genesis of…

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LACQUER EMBASSY

  Stylist, fashion forecast consultant and designer, Nikhil Sharma is pretty hot stuff at the moment. He recently launched his own menswear label Lacquer Embassy, specialising in shirts and pocket-chiefs. Classic tailoring with a bit of bohemian flare is the order of the day. His designs are influenced heavily by youth and modern culture. With…

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WES ANDERSON’S ‘THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL’

Take yourself back to a time when no one had heard of Wes Anderson, long before The Darjeeling Limited and The Royal Tenenboums, to a time just before the release of comedy-drama Bottle Rocket in 1996. Cinema was pretty much a cavalcade of predictable Bruce Willis and Julia Roberts flicks, cinematic eccentricity had all but…

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THE ART OF GAGA

Those of us who dismissed Lady Gaga as a mere one-hit wonder in 2008 should all be wearing sackcloth and ashes now. Five years after the release of her scintillating first single, “Just Dance”, the venerable Miss Gaga has proved herself to be one of the most creative, intriguing and supremely unique stars of the 21st…

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