[cycloneslider id=”2462″] Photography by Danni Jeziorska, Styling by Jilian Banjoko, makeup by Amber Mariel Sansom-English Photography assistant, Brydn webb. Stylist assistant, Ezgi Ergesi. Model, Oleta Stewart. Featuring: Marta Cesaro, Alighieri Jewels, Wilson Pk, Rachel Entwistle jewellery, Jesika July, ZDDZ, Lesley De Frettas.
In Conversation With- Skinny Girl Diet
As part of our poster collaborations, all this week we’re previewing our ‘in conversation with’ pieces which accompany the A2 posters. Second is Skinny Girl Diet… Already endorsed by the likes of Neneh Cherry, Skinny Girl Diet are taking London as their own and changing the industries perception of all female bands while their at...
The Coven Collective- In Conversation With.
As part of our poster collaborations, all this week we’re previewing our ‘in conversation with’ pieces which accompany the A2 posters. First up is The Coven Collective… Founded by photographer Laurence Philomene and Eleanor/Luna e Los Santos after growing up online and observing budding photographers and their growing opportunities due to the connections made on...
The General Election 2015- Politics and the Patriarchy
The political world is in need of a makeover. The bleak coalition conclusion of the last general election resulted in four years of false promises, rising house prices and destruction around the world. On the eve of 2015’s general election, the young female vote has never been so important.
❤ Gyrl Gaze- Tabita Rezaire ❤
The internet is a space that is moved and navigated by the other; marginalized people, women, queer kids, immigrants, etc. At least, this is what I’ve always believed. With the flow of discourse and art that exists on the internet amongst people of colour, women, and queer folk,
Back in 2012 a Danish born London based singer going by the name Cinnamon Girl released a stand out track ‘Friends’. Fast-forward to 2014 and Camilla Roholm returned, this time under the guise of Invader Girl. The phenomenal unicorn filled video for ‘Starting Fires’, remixed by MS MR, left us wanting more. Her sound is...
“Biogirl” in a Drag World
The first time I saw a House of Gunt show, I fell in love. At the time, I wasn’t really sure WHAT I was falling for, but it was alluring enough that I showed up at the next event in a floor length mumu and coordinated green lipstick, eyeshadow, and eyebrows, only wishing I could...
Collective Practises: Milah Libin of Smart Girl Club
For this instalment of Collective Practices we talk to Milah Libin, a New York based artist and writer. With her close friend Destiny Frasqueri, (Princess Nokia), Milah started Smart Girl Club collective, focusing on creating a safe space for female creativity.
Collective Practises: Sofia Niazi
Our Collective Practices: Creating Space For Female Creativity, series continues with Sofia Niazi, illustrator and Co-founder of OOMK, (One Of My Kind), zine. Sofia’s illustrations are poignant and insightful, her series WOT, (Women Of Terror), highlights how injustices brought on by the war on terror affect women and families. Another series, for the Museum of...