Posts written during 'April 2011'
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Friday, 15th Apr 2011
The Fashion and Textile Museum presents the work of Justin de Villeneuve; a high profile photographer throughout the 60s and 70s who started his career as manager to model and Mod icon 'Twiggy' at the height of her career. Creating some of the most well-known images of the era, Justin shot the portrait of Twiggy and David Bowie in Paris that would later become the iconic cover to the artist's album 'Pin-Ups'.
Twiggy with David Bowie for the cover of his 'Pin Ups' album - Justin de Villeneuve, 1973
The Justin de Villeneuve exhibition 'Fashion and Fame: Photographs 1968 - 1973' is open until Monday 25th April at The Fashion and Textile Museum, London. Please note that due to limited access, pre-booking is required. Visit The Fashion and Textile Museum for further information.
Tuesday, 12th Apr 2011
Soon to launch is perhaps our most eagerly anticipated blank canvas collaboration of the season: Fred Perry x Stussy Deluxe. Taking inspiration from both British and 1970s American sports heritage and design, the collection features limited edition apparel, accessories and footwear all created in a simple palette of white, blood red and black.
For the campaign shoot we chose one of our favourite venues as a location: the 100 Club on Oxford Street, which perfectly complements both Fred Perry and Stussy's unique relationships with both sport and underground subcultures.
Friday, 8th Apr 2011
As temperatures begin to rise and real spring weather starts to make more than a fleeting appearance, parks and outdoor spaces are beginning to look all the more appealing. It’s only a matter of time before Frisbees are thrown, barbeques lit and blankets laid in the grand tradition of British park life.
Blur's 1994 hit 'Park Life' - © EMI Music
Whilst it’s not entirely clear whether Blur’s 1994 hit was intended as a homage to our summers spent on the grass; the song has become somewhat of an anthem for revelers across the country. Quadrophenia’s Phil Daniels narrates the chorus in his inimitable cockney slur, whilst Blur sing the chorus – now synonymous with days spent outdoors without a care in the world.