Tag : london

Editors picks: The shows and the looks

2 years ago / 0 comments

From New York to London: Goddard’s lilac tulle and Preen’s face flowers.  Struggling slightly to stream shows on our house’s not so brilliant Wi-Fi in Hyde Park, I was semi-effective in leaving freshers’ behind for the BFC’s show space and London Fashion Week. A firm favourite and someone whose collection … Read More

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: A round up of London Fashion Week: front rows, parties and crocs

2 years ago / 0 comments

After the sophisticated and civilised nature of New York Fashion week, true to form London brought a more ‘anything goes’ kind of attitude to the runway. With a model chopping off her hair on the catwalk of Ashley William’s show and Charlotte Olympia throwing a party in the middle of … Read More

The Frankestein Chronicles

3 years ago / 0 comments

As I settled down to watch The Frankenstein Chronicles on ITV encore on a misty evening in Hyde Park, I was expecting an eerie, fog-filled period drama with a whole lot of Sean Bean, and I wasn’t disappointed. A re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein set in 19th century London, the … Read More

London Fashion Week Street Style

4 years ago / 0 comments

The Gryphon Fashion writer, Beth Arthurs, was invited down to London Fashion Week to check out some of the amazing designers showcasing their designs on catwalks in prestigious venues like Somerset House. Here she captures some of the quirk and individuality of some of the guests, bloggers and members of … Read More

In The Middle with Hudson Taylor

4 years ago / 0 comments

After dropping out of education to pursue a career in music, brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor have succeeded in accumulating an impressive following and are about to release their debut album in the UK. Taking inspiration from busking and performing songs on Youtube, the suitably titled Singing For Strangers is … Read More

TV | 24 – Live Another Day – Absurd but adored

4 years ago / 0 comments

It’s absurd, but we adore it. 24 was always ridiculous. In the space of 24 hours, none of the main characters went to the toilet, ate or drank. The show is action thriller interspersed (undeliberately) with science-fiction. There are major plots with sub-plots and sub-plots within the sub-plots that will … Read More

Comment | Our miserable capital isn't the answer

4 years ago / 0 comments

I think it is fairly common knowledge that the north is better than the south. Oh, hark at the swathe of southern flavoured indignation that ripples mildly around the room! Yeah, at producing professional dossers, the soused gentleman draped in the Arsenal flag bellows! Or teenage pregnancies, proffers the aristocratic … Read More

News | Coach service from Parkinson Steps to London

5 years ago / 0 comments

National Express has this week launched new long distance coach services from Leeds universities taking students across the country. Coaches will pick up passengers from Parkinson Steps for students from the University and from Otley road for Leeds Metropolitan. The services will take students to locations including Bradford, Leeds, Wakefield … Read More

Blogs | Adjusting Focus

5 years ago / 0 comments

Tom Stoddart has been there to photograph some of the most pivotal moments in the recent history of the world. He saw, amongst other things, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the unrelenting famine in Sudan and the siege of Sarajevo first hand. Few people can say the same, and … Read More

A Closer Look At…The Rain Room

6 years ago / 0 comments

Just like the weather itself, the Rain Room, curated by the Random International arts collective, has become a British obsession in its own right. With consistent two hour long queues, the Rain Room installation at the Curve Gallery in the Barbican Arts Centre remains the most popular UK exhibition currently … Read More