Proud Chelsea Exhibition McQueen: Backstage – The Early Shows By Gary Wallis

The eagerly anticipated Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibition opens at the V&A on Saturday and already the outstanding reviews are pouring in. So it’s no wonder, in anticipation of this exhibition, Alexander McQueen’s legacy is trending around London. On the…

Things to do in London this weekend: 15th & 16th March 2014

Yikes, it’s been a month since my last ‘Things to do in London’ post. Where does the time go? Moving along, if you’re looking for something to do this weekend – here are a few ideas: 1. If you love…

‘Debbie Harry Queen of Punk: Portraits by Brian Aris’ at Proud Chelsea

Punk has many definitions but when it comes to music, it is more akin to “a loud, fast-moving, and aggressive form of rock music, popular in the late 1970s.” Politically, it is associated with anarchy; a rebellion against the establishment. So…

Marilyn Monroe at Proud Chelsea

I popped into Proud Chelsea last week to take a look at their latest exhibition: Marilyn: Intimate Exposures Photographs by Bruno Bernard. On the walls I discovered photos I had never seen before and being a huge Marilyn Monroe fan,…

Sex, Drugstores and Rock & Roll: A History of the King’s Road

Last night’s launch party for Sex Drugstores and Rock & Roll at Proud Chelsea was so much fun. As the champagne and beer flowed, so did the music and some dancing. Both floors were packed. People spilled out onto the streets…


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