i-D Magazine

i-d.co is best viewed using a newer browser

We recommend you choose one of the following for the best experience possible. Click to download:

I don't mind. Take me to i-D.co anyway

fashion east's liam hodges is throwing a party and you're invited!

RCA graduate Liam Hodges rocked the boat with his British culture clash of an LC:M show this week. Boys in bombers, duct taped-denim and Nike sandals hung out at a grungy student house party as the fashion world looked on. We asked Liam for his top tips for a party hit.

Related topics

  • 1. start the party faster with a ghetto blaster

     

    "Invest in a PA. Nobody wants to listen to some laptop speakers screaming their guts out. The louder the better. Most people know someone who works in a bar/club, and they usually have spare sound equipment just waiting to be borrowed."

     

    Photography Elise Rose

  • 2. booze cruise

     

    "Opening hours and contact details of all the key retailers in the local area who can supply you with all your party needs. Most carry business cards these days." 

     

    Photography Rebecca Thomas

  • 3. dj is god

     

    "Make sure you have friends bringing CDs to DJ, with playlists lined up, no one wants to listen to iTunes going through shuffle. Worse still, the one guy at the party who's really into PsyTrance being allowed to take over after 2am." 

     

    Photography Lorenzo Dalbosco

  • 4. location location location

     

    "a) Don't trash your house. There are whole directories of people's houses to have parties in these days: Airbnb, Laterooms, etc.

     b) If you choose to destroy your house, book a cleaner for the next day."

     

    Photography Lorenzo Delbosco

  • 5. ignore all of the above

    "The best parties are never planned."

    Photography Lorenzo Delbosco