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Big thank you to fashion writer and owner of The Gentlemans Wardrobe, Kelsey Caira for the great feature on leading menswear site FashionBeans. You can read the full review via the below link:
cant believe we missed this EP from Ali Scott & Alcatraz Harry! big big big recommendation from us, and the last track is a pleasant surprise too
Rhythmatic Initimate Sessions returns to the capital bringing along Romania's Herodot and residents Wesley Razzy and Stathis Lazarides on March 3rd. Joining the party is Moscow Records and Rhythmatic regular Archie Hamilton. A relative newcomer on the scene, the Dj and producer has remixed the likes of Cubiq and Death On the Balcony to critical acclaim as well as releasing on his own Moscow imprint. Ahead of his next appearance at Rhythmatic, Archie has put together an exclusive mix for Pulse to give us a glimpse of what we can expect at the party on 3rd March.
Double Trouble Productions Present Rhythmatic Intimate Sessions
3rd March 2012, 11PM – 6:00AM @ Secret East London Location (Limited capacity)
HERODOT (SUNRISE / BUCHAREST)
STATHIS LAZARIDES (RHYTHMATIC, CAVO PARADISO)
WESLEY RAZZY (RHYTHMATIC)
ARCHIE HAMILTON (RHYTHMATIC, MOSCOW RECORDS)
Dame Vivienne Westwood has criticised the rise of ‘disposable fashion’ and warns how big retailers are conditioning us into being a consumer and making us all look the same.
Speaking recently at the launch of her Red Label collection at London Fashion Week, she said the modern day was the worst period for style and ‘never looked so ugly’
‘Everybody looks like clones and the only people you notice are my age.
'I don’t notice anybody unless they look great, and every now and again they do, and they are usually 70.
‘We are so conformist, nobody is thinking. We are all sucking up stuff, we have been trained to be consumers and we are all consuming far too much'
‘I’m a fashion designer and people think, what do I know? But I’m talking about all this disposable c***.’
The queen of British fashion went on to say consumers today relied heavily on ‘fast’ or ‘disposable’ fashion.
Everybody likes to be individual yet the high street paints an opposite picture. With online sales at record highs and small time shops going bust what are your thoughts on this, do you prefer quantity over quality?