“Here at Debenhams we believe that anyone can look fabulous in our range- which is why we’ve decided to break with Convention…
“Our Customers are not the same shape or size so our latest look book celebrates this diversity. We would be delighted if others followed our lead. Hopefully these shots will be a step, albeit a small one, towards more people feeing more comfortable about their boidies,’” said Ed Watson, Director of PR, Debenhams”
With seven million people, Hong Kong is the 4th most densely populated places in the world. However, plain numbers never tell the full story. In his ‘Architecture of Density’ photo series, German photographer Michael Wolf explores the jaw-dropping urban landscapes of Hong Kong. He rids his photographs of any context, removing any sky or horizon line from the frame and flattening the space until it becomes a relentless abstraction of urban expansion, with no escape for the viewer’s eye. Infinite and haunting.
In London 23 April 2013?? Come to our Magic Shop!!
The guys at Meanwhile Space spend their time finding empty shops and spaces and filling them all kinds of creative excellence. And their latest one is no different. The Magic Shop is a cornucopia of creative ideas from the xvi collective (16 artists based in New York, London, Brighton and, of course, Norwich) under the art direction of le cool’s good friend, Karolina Magnusson-Murray and will be featuring lunchtime talks, discussions and stories by local figures and feminists. There will also be performances by Eti Wade and Caro Halford, poetry from Susanna Howard and Luke Norton and work from exhibiting artists Fliss Barsky, Caro Halford, Kirsty Harris, Karolina Magnusson Murray, Julia Miranda, Laurie Nouchka, Jane Oldfield, Juan Jose Ortiz, Paul Stanley, Susanna Thornton, Sarah West and Ventiko. Open until 27th April, the local community will also be invited to contribute and the exhibition will be an open environment to facilitate dynamic engagement between different ages and cultures and further examine identity, social isolation, and intimacy, blurring the boundaries between audience, performer, reality and performance.
Geneviève Belleveau’s Trendy Gems Day Spa with work by Labanna Babalon Ariele Max Mind Dynamics Brian Whateverer Daniel Freshwater Angelina Dreem !!! 2-6 PM Tomorrow! “Trendy Gems Day Spa is a premium pampering experience infused with the zeitgeist of post-mayan desire. A team of spiritual specialists will be on hand to imbue your 5th dimensional vessels with the latest in new-age hashtagisms. We carefully consider each client’s media and membrane balances to assess the best options for core transformation. Services include Trollistic Healing, #garbagewave Aromatherapy, Ass Clap Therapy, Second Life Iso Immersion, and Tap Reintegration Manicures. All treatments are free and open to the public with the caveat of agreeing to the terms of psychic-software update.”