This week we open with a photographic exhibition on the celebration of pure female sexuality, featuring renowned models and photographers including Kate Moss & Bob Carlos Clark. The Exhibition is entitled Girls, Girls Girls! and has just opened at The Little Black Gallery in Chelsea. Next up, we have Toby Mott on his new book ‘Punk In Print’ featuring the best graphics, club flyers and album artworks from within the subculture. Finally we have Inside Tokyo’s Audiophile, as if Tokyo isn’t great enough already, this article explains why it is the best place in the world to listen to music.
Harajuku’s finest record store is coming to London with a special pop-up space at Goodhood, with the umistakeable Cali Thornhill Dewitt designed merchandise on sale. The pop-up launches Saturday 8th October and will run until Sunday 16th October. The products will be available online from Tuesday 11th October.
Big Love Records at Goodhood
8th October – 16th October
151 Curtain Road
Copenhagen’s finest women’s footwear store teams up with Vans Vault for a special pair of Sk8-Hi’s featuring pastel woven leather uppers and subtle Naked branding throughout. The shoes will release online and in-store at 11am Saturday 8th October.
Restoring faith in the future. Four To The Floor is back for a third series. Accurately representing the attitude of 16 to 24-year-olds without condescending or disingenuously adopting quick-fix, zeitgeist-chasing trends. Dan Boulten launches his book ‘No Turning Back.’ A 10 year documentation of Southbank. Stage designer Es Devlin has created her first solo installation – a multi-sensory space that explores how scent can trigger memories.