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30 June 2011 11:13 PMPosted by Anna McQueen & Hannah Thompson

Glastonbury Style report

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Another year another mind bending weekend of good times at Glastonbury. The sun shined, the music played and everyone stepped out their tents in their best festival get up....


In detail ...

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14 June 2011 10:32 PMPosted by Anna McQueen & Hannah Thompson

Vintage Fashion Show raising money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma

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Closet Case went up to Leeds this weekend to help raise some money for a very important cause, Leukaemia and Lymphoma research. The charity is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for blood cancers. There was a fabulous vintage fashion show showing clothes from through the eras from the 1920's to the 1980's all from Space vintage and with some impressive hair by Toni & Guy.One of the models, Faye Archer, recently successfully finished treatment for a Lymphoma. Faye only discovered she was suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph nodes, when she developed an eye infection from her new make-up. Leukaemia and the most common cancer in children and teenagers.

Here are some pictures from the show....


(Faye is 3rd row down on the right) 

To donate to the Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research charity click here


14 June 2011 6:02 PMPosted by Anna McQueen & Hannah Thompson

20% off at Dirty Pretty Things

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Dirty Pretty Things is celebrating the launch of their new website with a Pop-Up shop at The Lingerie Collective.The exclusive two day Pop-Up Shop will be showcasing the new AW11 collection on the 14th &15th June.This lingerie brand is different from the rest as it is sexy underwear for women by women. This UK brand is also quintessentially British in terms of style, creativity and integrity, as it is both designed and manufactured in the UK. This two day event will be a fantastic way to learn about the brand, and do a bit of underwear shopping too!

Dirty Pretty Things have been kind enough to give Metro readers 20% off by quoting METRO when entering the store. Happy Shopping!


DPT Pop-Up Shop

The Lingerie Collective

8 Ganton Street

London, W1F 7Q

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13 June 2011 6:12 PMPosted by Anna McQueen & Hannah Thompson

Get to Regent Street on Thursday in your under crackers & leave with an outfit

Spanish fashion brand Desigual are offering 100 lucky people the chance to win an outfit by simply walking into the Regent Street store at 9am on Thursday 16th June. . .well  . . .. walking into store in just your underwear. Don't worry you won't have to walk home half naked as you'll be wearing your freebie outfit if you're one of the lucky 100.

Fingers crossed the sun is out and there's no rain otherwise it could be a chilly wait outside, or, if you're a northerner and tend to shy away from wearing a jacket in hail, rain or shine then you should be well prepared for the challenge.

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Here are some pictures from their previous 'Enter Half Naked' events . . .


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03 June 2011 12:58 PMPosted by Anna McQueen & Hannah Thompson

Off Key - Jaime Winstone

New exhibition OFF-KEY explores designer’s role in enabling people to express themselves through fashion. In the first of a series of exhibitions, 27 year old stylist Julianna Sseruwagi-Nisbett focuses in on Italian fashion brand Moschino, who for 30 years have made clothes which appeal to the inner city and affluent suburbs alike. Nisbett who is represented by Annin Arts looks to reflect the brands diversity through a series of 37 photographs of people wearing items of Moschino.

The people featured in the exhibition range from actresses and footballers, to grime artists and models, including the likes of Daisy Lowe, Jaime Winstone, Micachu, Eliza Doolittle and Kate Nash.

The photographs have been shot by Linus Morales, Tom Beard, Alex Harley and Joe Miranda and are intended to reflect the subjects varied styles and personalities.

The photographs intentionally have no text relating to which item of Moschino the subject is wearing, this is because Nisbett wanted people to appreciate the beauty in the clothes, the way they are worn and for each individual to interpret the photograph in their own way. Essentially the exhibition is like a lost advertising campaign; a campaign which would never exist as those chosen are unlikely to be in keeping with Moschino’s ‘brand’ however this is Nisbett own interpretation of Moschino the designer.

'Annin Arts' at The Strand Gallery London, 32 John Adam Street, WC2N 6BP

We were lucky enough to be invited to the launch event last week, here are some pics . . .sorry for the delayed post, we were too hungover from the free booze the following day to put anything up!

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