Game of Thrones's Sophie Turner photographed by Miles Aldridge with a serene Pre-Raphaelite look. Centre parted wavy blonde hair brings to mind Dante Rosetti's pale wary beauties. Combined with Eve's sinful apple and Alice in Wonderland's colour scheme, she becomes the epitome of beguiling curious power - aloof, unknowable, irresistible.
Political upheaval is already deepening the socio-cultural divides between London boroughs – we can see it in the blockbuster sizing of Tate’s advertising. (Warning, bit of a rant) I’ve recently moved from South East London to West London. Previously my nearest cultural centre was Catford High St, with shops where I could buy the right … Continue reading The Semiotics of Tate’s Hockney Ads (or how Brexit made art expensive)
We know Tesla want to go to space. We know Unilever want children to grow up happy and healthy. We know Nike want Muslim women to be able to work out however they want to. We know AirBnB believe in diversity and equality. All these things we know, and we care about. And importantly, we see. … Continue reading Sign O’ The Times
We should all be feminists. First Beyoncé, now Dior - quoting Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. The next 'this is what a feminist looks like' must-have t shirt. Ted talks in fashion - thinking made slogan. Styled androgynously, Dior's heritage makes the glamour.