How did Judy Blame become a stalwart of London's fashion scene? By being a creative genius, obv.
We snuck in for a tour of a new co-living space in Willesden Green, where for £1000 a month, you can live in a weird, comfy fantasy world. In a city where people feel priced out, isolated and directionless, Co-Living offers an antidote – a cosy, enclosed world filled with thrusting new friends and electronic distractions, warm and bustling with activity, all removed from the grime of the street.
Forming a 'creative community filled with incredible women of colour,' website and collective gal-dem has captured the hearts and minds of many WOC who felt excluded by the whitewashed mainstream media.
A new exhibition of Alice Neel’s work, just opened at Victoria Miro, charts 50 years of the painter’s career, and the breadth of humanity she encountered.
For their second issue, Wendy Huynh’s Arcades captures the creative classes that make London’s outskirts thrive.
After a year of Brexit, deepened austerity and slashed funding, the BFC’s NEWGEN support is vital in helping the capital’s bright young future-proof their businesses. Here, the Class of 2017 talk us through their hopes, fears and dreams.
Nathan Miller's new film LDN spotlights the musicians making waves outside the traditional methods of the music industry.
Getting in front of Tim Walker's lens for The Creativity Issue, styled by Jacob K, here Edie embodies the spirit and creative freedom of London's fashion scene.
Campbell Addy (photographer), Ibrahim Kamara (stylist), King James Owusu (illustrator) and Harry Evans (designer) are four of the brightest stars to spring from Saint Martins and the next in line to fashion’s throne.
In the dirty swirl of modern identity politics, fashion critic Claudia Croft explores how London’s diversity is its strength, its power and the root of its creativity. We need it now, more than ever.
Owners Jonny Woo, John Sizzle and Colin Rothbart pick their favourite moments and hedonistic highlights from the east London LGBTQ performance space and local boozer's first two years.
In honour of IWD we spoke to some of London’s students about their experiences of feminism in 2017.