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Emerge.

November 18, 2019

in collaboration with Revolutionary Rebel, a Nigerian designer showcasing her heritage and culture through the use of bold patterns and modernity of the 21st Century.

 Credits

photography. Viktoria Bielawa / @viktoriabielawa

models. Terry Thomas and Just J / @tcalebt @jus...

November 15, 2019

On 4th November, I was lucky enough to get to see and review Rambert2 perform at the Sadler’s Wells theatre in Angel. I know pretty much nothing about dance (brilliant), though I’m a sucker for physicality in cinema, ever amazed by what it can reveal about a character’...

November 14, 2019

Jelani Blackman

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Rachel Chinouriri

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RIKA bounces into the press office, immaculate despite having just wrapped up a cosy acoustic set in one of the Tobacco Dock lounge rooms. I’d scrolled through her Instagram a little before while prepping for the interview; admiring the warmth and vibrancy that filled...

From left to right: Blue, Zach, Alex, Charlie & Harry

Squashed onto a tiny, worn leather sofa on a rainy Saturday afternoon in the depths of

Tobacco Dock’s cellar are the five members of emerging indie-alternative band, Weird Milk.

The room we sit in is cozy. Filled with...

Weirdly enough, for someone who does not have a single clue about dance and its world, I was already familiar with work done by this extraordinary lot. For those of you who watched the epic last season of Peaky Blinders, let me re-introduce you. Rambert is one of the w...

October 22, 2019

It’s why thousands of punters flock to the famous Dutch city every year, but what is it really like to smoke weed freely and how do you go about it?

I wouldn’t say I'm a stoner, but I've had my fair share of dank during my adolescence and the thought of being able to tr...

On a stage of maybe about 13 band members, Femi Kuti, the oldest son of Fela Kuti aka the father of Afrobeat graced us with his mighty spirit. In all the chaos that swirled between his musicians and his leading ladies who not only sang but danced and set the tempo of t...

August 8, 2019

There are cities between your bones, 

not exoskeletons of civilisations overrun by demons. 

There aren’t ruins, but towers of gold, and domes of ivory, 

so tall and strong against the winds of your uneven breaths.

There is a light seeping from the hollows of your chest 

and...

July 9, 2019

Let me tell you, Sundays are not for gigs. Sundays are for lazy lie ins, binge watching your favourite TV shows and aggressively napping every two hours.

Definitely not for gigs.

This Sunday was different though. I had the opportunity to see Ashish Lakhani aka Sixth Ocea...

April 12, 2019

Standing on the platform, watching you go is a lyric of heartbreak, emphasising the feeling of knowing you won’t see that person for a long time, or never again. But what might seem as a scene taken from a romantic movie, it can relate to so much more: like a mother wa...

April 11, 2019

Credits

photography. luisa kiendl / @luisasamije

fashion. maria encke / @mariaencke

model + mua. marina sprenger / @thefamousdaxx

shot in Hamburg

April 9, 2019

I stole Diamond Sutra from my mom, from her office shelf, when I was in Shanghai this summer.

It was an unbearably hot summer, 38 Celsius degrees on the street and despite the weather, I was depressed at that time, because of the delayed visa for the Netherlands. There...

April 2, 2019

Volume IGabby

Gabby.

20 years old.

Born in Venezuela, raised in England.

“My parents being from England and Ecuador has given me two distinct cultures to identify with and I wanted to have each of their family crests tattooed on either side of my forearm.”

And so, what i...

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