Katherine Heigl was all smiles when she was spotted in New York rocking the May Skinny in Cheshire.
The V&A currently has an exciting one-room, free exhibition on celebrating Annie Lennox’s style. The Eurythmics front woman and solo artist, born in 1954 in Scotland, has sold over 80 million records and is renowned for her contributions to political and charitable campaigns, her enchanting voice and her style. In fact, this year she was awarded an OBE by the Queen for her services to charity. In the small V&A display visitors will find costumes and accessories worn by Lennox in music videos and at award ceremonies, photographs, personal treasures and awards, ephemera from political campaigns she has been involved with, music videos and a specially commissioned video of Annie in conversation. Her influence has surely been felt by legions of female performers; this is a well-deserved tribute.
So with that said, all we can say is that this secret underground sensation is obviously THE place to be (if you know the secret location). However, don’t be fooled as this is not your Grandma’s BINGO night in face there is hardly any bingo at all! A night filled with loud music, booze, markers and lots of yelling this party is the place to see and be seen! Bingo is indeed being played, but in a more anarchist/crazy/fun kind of way. A night of debauchery that was born and raised in London and then like a bat out of hell graced it’s presence on our fine coast.
Oh and P.S there’s also a dress code: “Undercover on your way there, dangerous once you’re inside.”
We recommend your black stealth Hudson Collin Signature Skinny with a beat up white tee and your leather jacket. Undercover, Hardcore + ready for action!
But remember….you didn’t hear all this from us!
The Breakfast Club, a cosy cafe with a fun-loving ethos and outposts in Hoxton, Spitalfields, Angel and Soho is a great destination for, well, breakfast. The sunny yellow exteriors have beckoned to many in need of indulgent nostalgia and a hearty meal, whether in the form of pancakes or the traditional English breakfast. There’s a distinct 80′s feel, harking back to the cult classic movies such as the 1985 film of the same name with Molly Ringwald and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. In fact, the furniture is as mismatched as the characters in The Breakfast Club movie. Pull up a chair and prepare to fall in love with the quirky charm of one of the gems of London’s independent cafe scene.