Sunday, 16 February 2014


Leather jacket is my friends, hoody is Dirty Harry's, t-shirt is Urban Outfitters,
leggings and socks are Topshop, tights are Primark, creepers are New Look.

So here are the photos I'm finally posting from New Years Eve! It's taken me a while but got there in the end. These outfit photos of myself and Ryan were taken at the beginning of the night on our way to warehouse parties, when my make-up was still in tact and my fake eyelashes were yet to be ruined! This night was an incredible and memorable night and I wish I could relive it, or at least remember it better. I ended up getting heavily drunk which naturally makes you forget a lot, then ended the night by passing out on my friends sofa whilst everyone else was still partying on around me. One thing I do remember of the night was one manic warehouse party we went to where it was so packed and there was even a swing up in the air that I saw some woman swinging on above me, later on a man asked me if I wanted to go on the swing and I think I just got completely scared off and ran away. I wish now that I had the guts and was sober enough to have gone on that swing eheh, it looked like it would have been rather fun.

Friday, 14 February 2014

'BRUTAL' Art Exhibition


Photos I took at the exhibition shown a bit in my last post!

Providing an easy way to get in the Halloween spirit, “BRUTAL London” takes your most cringe-worthy thoughts and renders them in the imaginably claustrophobia-inducing space of a dilapidated building. The exhibit, curated by Lazarides Gallery in conjunction with The Vinyl Factory, is an annual off-site exhibition by the legendary art dealers. Curated by Steve Lazarides, “BRUTAL” features various artists’ interpretations of the term – including Cleon Patternson‘s large, black mural, which is reminiscent of Athenian vase paintings; James Lavelle‘s dark short film about a melancholy self-piercing cabaret dancer; and a live performance piece by The Bone Breakers – who wrestled, ran and biked throughout the space with bats. Source.

Thursday, 13 February 2014


Denim jacket from Portobello Market, Vintage Renewal shirt from Urban Outfitters,
Disco Pants from Primark, Vintage Dr Marens are hand-me-downs

19th October 2013 myself and my best friend Ryan went to "Brutal London" Underground Art Exhibition. It was incredible, my absolute favourite exhibition I've ever been to, so quirky and different from any other one I've seen before. Everything was very creepy and grungy and each corner you turned you'd find yourself amongst live actors in gas masks walking around whilst you hear the sound of pipes dripping everywhere.
The exhibition was described by hypebeast as it "takes your most cringe-worthy thoughts and renders them in the imaginably claustrophobia-inducing space of a dilapidated building."

I took so many photos in this exhibition but this post would be too long to add them all so I'll add more to a separate post whilst keeping this one more outfit based.
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