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We Heart: Hattie Stewart

The contemporary illustrator is lucky to be working right now: never has our appetite for original imagery been so great, nor are we so excited by it. Not only will your work be tumbld and pinned widely online, our hunger is sated everywhere IRL on walls and in windows. We

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SinStar to showcase summer collection at Ibiza party

SinStar’s high-summer 2013 collection will be showcased at an exclusive Ibiza rooftop party. The event will be hosted at the iconic Ibiza venue Space in partnership with the Balearic music vanguard We Love… and include sets from Tiga, James Zabiela, DJ Sneak and many more.

Emphasising SinStar’s ‘Life …

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Album Review: Allah-Las – Allah-Las

Allah-Las are a psych rock band who formed in Los Angeles back in 2008, priding themselves on their LA-centric, geographically enhanced laid-back style. Having released their debut EP Tell Me (What’s On Your Mind) earlier this year to rave reviews and the impressive approval of Patrick Campbell-Lyons, Allah Las …

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LFW SS13 Interview: Bernard Chandran

Bernard Chandran proved himself to be quite the dark horse this evening as his SS13 had us committing every single piece to a hash-tagged want list. Built around the emotional rollercoaster of losing love (and acquiring it again), the beautifully illustrated love story celebrated the finest qualities of the female

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Introducing Band of the Week: Soft Metals

Our Band of Week hails from across the ocean in Portland, Oregon, and is, in fact, couple Ian Hicks and Patricia Hall. At the time of the pairs first meeting, Ian was living in San Francisco when he came to DJ at a party thrown by Patricia in Portland. Ian …

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Revenge of Popular Culture #4: Love

After a short hiatus, our RoPC correspondent is returning triumphant; this week he (or is it a she?) is all about love:

Now. Back to our regular scheduled programme:

“Imagine saying and hearing “I love you” until “I love you” became “How are you?” or worse, “Alright?” (ROPC#2: link)…

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