Schooled in Zaire, Frenchman Christophe Loiron has long been a resident of Los Angeles, where he opened his label and store Mister Freedom in the early 00s.
The intriguing project from photographer Bradley Richards is Austerity Measures, a hand-bound and printed collection of observations taken in and around Canary Wharf
Friend, hero and photographer Joe Stevens sends me gems from his archive occasionally...
Some of the images I dug out of the Parkinson archive concerning the 70s King’s Road retro clothing store Acme Attractions.
This is the little-seen promo video for Brian Eno’s song China, My China (from 1974’s Taking Tiger Mountain [By Strategy]).
I’m a fiend for line ads in print media; all human life is contained in the few words demanding the casual reader’s attention.
Asked why he lavished care and attention upon what was considered trivial, McLaren responded: “Somebody’s got to keep track of these things.”
I needed to tick Sylvain off my list of interviewees for the Malcolm McLaren biography, and am also intrigued by his return to fashion with the revival of Truth And Soul
'I painted the graphic ‘Bat Woman’ and decorated the shop interior with pop art murals which were deemed so outrageous at the time that we made a full page in the Evening Standard'...
It was a spectacular coup de théâtre – Kansai’s models came on moving. They leapt, ran, whirled like dervishes, danced, flung out their arms so that the brilliant colours meshed and merged...