A Vibrant Voice – Villana Art


Villana creates street art using vibrant textiles, that bring everyday icons alive to catch your attention and send a positive message in this dark world. You might be loosing hope in humanity with recent political and cultural news (questioning morals, climate change, racism, gender and age equality) so imagine how wonderful it would be to walk down a grey street,…

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Luva Huva – Ethical Lingerie


Luva Huva is a ethical lingerie fashion brand that makes beautiful garments for women. What makes Luva Huva great is the fact all garments are made with soft luscious fabrics that are ethically produced from soy, bamboo or organic cotton and silk, whilst being hand made in Brighton, England. So you can feel sexy and comfortable, safe in the knowledge…

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Play Purse – Fashionable Accessories


The beaded Play Purse has took on a new life and evolved from the 60s/70s toy purse to a fashionable accessory. It is now available in a array of stylish colours and fabrics, all handmade and fully functional for the modern woman (from toy to bag or iPad case). The designs are carefully developed and created in Hackney studios by…

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It’s all about the Bass – Nenonen


Nenonen is known as Laura and The Bass, a triumphant mix of beauty and exquisite talent. Laura is a tall Scandinavian goddess that sings and plays Bass, she is a one woman band, strong in character and creativity. She took sail to England to join music college (BIMM) and since then she has played with a variety of bands and…

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A Spectacular Event – Rooster Magic


We hear about magic shows growing up and think of another make believe world, it leaves us questioning reality as we are fascinated with the unknown. As adults we leave this world behind us and focus on modern life, our imagination is dimmed by logic. That’s why being in the presence of a magician/illusionist in today’s culture we are left…

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The Dandy Lion Project – Photo Biennial


The Dandy Lion Project photo exhibition combines individual street style with the back drop of contemporary life. The exhibition explores personal style with a series of profile pictures taken by a variety photographers, each telling their own story. The project is aimed to highlight “young men in different cityscapes, defying stereotypical and monolithic understanding of black male identity,” by adopting…

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Edeline Lee – London Fashion Week Collections


The Edeline Lee collection at London Fashion was infused with her young, fresh and fun signature style. Each design combined elegant and minimalist shapes with fun details. Drawing inspiration from both industrial and luxurious sides of London, the designer has created something rather unique by mixing the two together. She describes her Spring/Summer 2017 collection as “ubiquitous, everyday motifs have…

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Mother of Pearl – London Fashion Week Collections


Take a step back into 80’s film nostalgia and you will find the inspiration behind ‘Mother of Pearl’s’ latest collection. The fashion brand which was recently shown at London Fashion Week prides itself on sportswear, with a touch of sophistication. The latest collection embodies a flare for 80’s dropped waists, flared bell sleeves and floral prints, taking ideas from ‘New…

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Trace Exhibition


‘Trace’ is the new exhibition showcasing at Corridor Gallery in Brighton. The exhibition runs during August and has three different aspects all relating around natural patterns, either physical or psychological. The artist, Emma Clear tells us more about her work. 1) Can you tell us about your work, your inspiration? With “Trace” I wanted to explore questions around behavioural pattern,…

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