We are loving Charlotte Gainsbourg’s 5:55 here at Blow today!
In 1969, braces, beaten-up jeans and a shaved head challenged the hippy generation and the Skinhead subculture was born. Dr Martens is channeling that time with the ‘Spirit of ‘69’ collections featuring MA-1 flight jacket, Edwin Jeans and vintage Dr Marten Styles. The collection is out Monday, September 1st.
Friday is the day to get ready for the weekend so why not get your nails freshly painted while donating to Coppafeel’s Breast Cancer Awareness. This Friday, in Soho Square, Birchbox is holding a Manithon allowing you to get your nails done for a minimum donation of £5.
Book your slot at http://www.birchbox.co.uk/manithon-booking
Charlotte Gainsbourg has teamed up with denim brand Current Elliot to design four exclusive capsule collections inspired by her own innate sense of style. The line is filled with perfectly cut staples from shirts to denim.
To find charlotte’s designs check out: www.currentelliott.com/charlotte-gainsbourg
Looks like rain might be in the forecast for this weekend but don’t let that get in the way of having fun. Tate is throwing an indoor carnival with a mix of artists working with visuals and sound. Get immersed in the spirit of carnival through these diverse artists with Tate Live: Up Hill Down Hall.
For more information visit: Tate.org.uk
‘Hey Ya’ its the weekend!
National Burger Day is approaching. On August 27th, burgers with all sorts of toppings and good stuff will be able to be enjoyed in restaurants all over the UK with 20% off of their delectable burgers. Check out their video but be sure not to drool.
Visit nationalburgerday.co.uk to find a restaurant near you.
It’s the final few days of Somerset House exhibition “Return of the Rudeboy” and they are going out with a bang. Tonight is the last ‘Rudeboy Late’, featuring Legend Don Letts who will read extracts from his book ‘Culture Clash’ and DJ sets in the gallery from Jo Wallace, Ashley Beedle, Don Letts and more. Don’t miss out.
For more information on this stylish exhibition visit: http://www.somersethouse.org.uk/visual-arts/return-of-the-rudeboy