Tuesday, 5 July 2011


So, going to Greece this summer I've realised I need new swimwear! I'm kinda tired of feeling insecure in bloody skimpy bikinis so decided to look for something that covered me up some more. Looking at vintage swimwear I found that women looked a lot classier back in the 50's when they were covered up. These kinds of swimsuits are come back in fashion recently but seem to be marketed towards middle age women. It has been quite difficult to find a good swimdress under£25 so I might need to fork out, but these are some of my favourites:

1. Touristy Swimdress Tankini by Red or Dead - £67.50

2. Scallop Red Swimdress by Red or Dead - £67.50

Monday, 4 July 2011

Jessica Dolby

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Sunday, 3 July 2011

Karin Starmar

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The Men of '73 - PK

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Andrew Holden @ Kettles Yard

This exhibition is introspective and encyclopaedic in its nature - it brings together Holden's sculpture, music, films, paintings, posters and performances for the first time to explore some recurring themes in his work, such as memory, duration, and our attachment to objects.

Andy Holden works with plaster, bronze, ceramics, found objects and images, household paint and printmaking, sound and performance; he has created monumental outdoor sculptures, affordable multiples and complex, poetic events. He makes the plinths and cases that display his work, and the posters that promote and document his performances. He composes music and has his own band, 'The Grubby Mitts'. Each activity informs other aspects of his work in a cumulative way. His work is complex, experimental, and attentive to a wide web of cultural references.

This is the first major exhibition of Andy Holden's work in the UK. Holden is a young British artist who first came to public attention with his 'Pyramid Piece' in Art Now at Tate Britain in 2010.

A new publication, structured around a conversation with Dan Cox and including contributions by Juan Cruz, Lizzie Fisher, Darian Leader, Joe Saunders, Aimée Selby, Jon K. Shaw and Tyler Woolcott, will accompany this exhibition.

Exhibition supported by
The Henry Moore Foundation and The Elephant Trust.

14 May - 10 July 2011 @ Kettles Yard Cambridge

Go Strapless This Summer!


Saturday, 2 July 2011