The Spotlight .EDGY
Gosha Rubchinskiy has been on the radar of sportswear fashion lovers all year with his newest Burberry collaboration, as well as his collaboration with Adidas collection for the 2018 World Cup. He is back again and will release his Autumn / Winter 2017 collection lookbook in July at Dover Street Market.
Rubchinskiy is known for is tailored and experimental sportswear, which has perfectly captivated youth culture. He said “Now things are changing, you see skate kids wearing football clothes and you can see football fans wearing skate stuff. Cultures mix, subcultures mix.” This experimenting with styles of sportswear has becoming a signifying trait for Rubchinskiy’s designs.
In addition to the drop of his look book. Rubchinskiy has had great success with the launch of his Spring Summer 18 collection that was shown last week in Saint Petersburg. This collection was also in collaboration with Adidas, and drew inspiration of t...
The Great Wave .COLORFUL
Katsushika Hokusai is known as Japans most famous and influential artist. His Great Wave piece can be seen all over the world from personal prints in homes or used as inspiration murals tattoos and art in general.
Hokusai had produced work right up until his death at the age of 90, and this exhibition will give viewers insight to the last 30 years of his life, where some of his most popular works have come from. The exhibition will also include prints, paintings, illustrated books that depict his imagination and artistic journey that was filled with flora and fauna and supernatural creatures. All of Hokusai’s works explore his personal beliefs and give insight into his artistic drive from his later years.
The exhibition will be held at the British Museum in London from May 25th to August 13th.
Honouring Ziggy .LEGENDARY
David Bowie has been honoured with 3 commemorative blue plaques around London. These plaques are a few of 47 that are being installed around the UK as a part of BBC Music Day. BBC Music Day was created to pay tribute to the artists that have created he founding to Britains music foundation.
Bowie, has been honoured with plaques in Soho, central London, Maidstone, Kent and Hull. Each of these places has held significance to Bowies musical career. Albums; Hunky Dory, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars were all recorded at Trident Studios. Other locations include The Royal Star Hotel in Maidstone, Kent where Bowie played regularly with his early band, Manish Boys, as well as Hulls Paragon station in honour of Bowie’s backing band’s hometown.
Each of these plaques were unveiled by a close friend to Bowie. The Trident Studios plaque was displayed by Billy Bragg and George Underwood, Bowies friend, pa...
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Grayson Perry at Serpentine.
Serpentine Gallery in London will be exhibiting the works of Grayson Perry, a contemporary artist focusing on society and culture.