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PARIS, FRANCE: US top model Carolyn Murphy presents a leathery ensemble consisting of cut-out leggings and skirt under a fur-trimmed open-front jacket in brown by British designer John Galliano during the Christian Dior 1998/99 Fall/Winter haute collection 20 July in Paris. 9 more words


Exploring London • The Barbican Estate

Who else here loves Brutalist architecture? We may be in the minority; I get why weathered concrete and harsh lines wouldn’t be everyone’s cup of tea. 146 more words


Studio interview with Rosalind Fowler

Studio interview with Rosalind Fowler
Pearl Wise talks to artist Rosalind Fowler about her residency and Nowhere Somewhere exhibition at the William Morris Gallery and her current peddle powered installation Nowhere Somewhere at the Barbican.


A 'Vulgar' Night at the Barbican

Vulgar – lacking sophistication or good taste (Oxford Dictionary)

Origin:  Late Middle English, from Latin vulgaris, from vulgus – common people.

When my friend Zaena (fashion blogger at…

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Random Photo Wednesday - Architecture in London

Behind lock and key, hidden from sight are the gardens in the Barbican, a little village in the metropole that is London.

Random Photo Wednesday

MacMillan: Seven Angels

MacMillan: Seven Angels
Ex Cathedra, Jeffrey Skidmore, Martha McLorinan
St Giles Cripplegate, 15 October 2016

The first of a two Sunday Barbican concerts focussing on the choral music of Sir James MacMillan took place on Saturday afternoon in the medieval church of St Giles Cripplegate, on the opposite side of the Barbican lakes from the main concert hall and theatre. 546 more words

Concert Reviews