From January 2015

NEWS

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Ever wondered where you could find MERCI ME LONDON in the real world? If you have/or haven’t, we’re excited to announce that you can now get us at Wolf & Badger in store at their Dover Street (32 Dover Street to be precise), Mayfair branch from February (the start of the summer season) as well as online at www.wolfandbadger.com

À FAIRE

So after having a tete à tete with fashions most stylish (Lorna Luxe and Pri Hopkins) last week, I winced at how little I had seen the exhibition world. If you’re anything like me then your culture vulture is a starved under fed bird in need of just a touch of a show, museum or some street installation – at this point even tag graffiti will do. Being that it is 2015 and new life new everything mode, this is what I have resolved to go see and encourage others to join me in my viewing.

THE ADVENTURES OF THE BLACK SQUARE – Whitechapel Gallery

Adventures of the black square

 

GUY BOURDIN – Somerset House

guy-bourdin

 

THE INSTITUTE OF SEXOLOGY – Wellcome Collection

 

SARGENT – National Portrait Gallery

2015 John Singer Sargent exhibition National Portrait Gallery

 

RUBENS AND HIS LEGACY – The Royal Academy of Art

Pan and Syrinx, by Peter Paul Rubens

 

JEFF KOONS – Le Centre Pompidou {Paris}

jeff koons

 

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN – V&A

Alexander mcqueen

 

CHAMPAGNE CAMPAIGN

CHAMPAGNEDespite the obvious and of course the unnecessary introduction – because Champagne is always the answer as pictured above – I did not realise these bubbles (the ones after my heart) had more benefits than divinely dancing on the tongue and daintily trickling down my throat. Not that I wish to make alcoholics of you but let’s see what the Champagne Campaign has to offer… Read more