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adjust my dreams for me

photos & styling by dorrian
shapes by stephen sheriff
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man's ruin part II

accompanying film to a man's ruin by nadine ahmad.

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tomorrow night we'll go anywhere

(Editing Kate - Film 1) TOMORROW NIGHT WE'LL GO ANYWHERE from Jamie Harley on Vimeo.

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blue valentine

"I feel like men are more romantic than women. When we get married we marry, like, one girl, 'cause we're resistant the whole way until we meet one girl and we think I'd be an idiot if I didn't marry this girl she's so great. But it seems like girls get to a place where they just kinda pick the best option... 'Oh he's got a good job.' I mean they spend their whole life looking for Prince Charming and then they marry the guy who's got a good job and is gonna stick around."
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a man's ruin

photos by dorrian
styling by nadine ahmad
shapes by lauren andrew
make-up by nadine elias
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riot girls

the guys over at vice style had the ingenious of taking some models along to the recent student riots in london for a little fashion shoot.
stellar work i'm sure you'll agree.

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this is hardcore

okay, so last season i got so excited about the new issue of love magazine that i turned out to be bitterly disappointed by it.
i promised myself i wouldn't get so carried away in the run up to the next issue.
but goddamn you katie grand!
my homegirl moss in a clinch with my favourite designer's muse, lea t.
don't fail me please.

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LW-01 from Charlotte Hadden on Vimeo.

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is oral sex safe?

photo by dorrian

my good friend jaime winstone has presented a documentary for the bbc about how the human papillomavirus (hpv), which can be transmitted through oral sex, could lead to rare orophyrangeal cancer.
i recently lost an amazing friend, paul nicholls, to cancer and there is a moving tribute to him by jaime in the documentary.
please take an hour of your time to learn some more about this rare but alarmingly increasing medical condition, it's available for viewing on bbc iplayer.

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farewell che camille

back in 2007, i went along to che camille's 3d fashion show with a group of college friends which took place in the now infamous chateau. this was also my first meeting with owner, camille lorigo, and at that moment i could never have predicted what impact she would have on my professional life.
throughout the years, camille was always a constant source of guidance and inspiration. from lending clothes for personal project shoots to setting me up with shoots for new designers, camille encouraged me and my confidence in myself grew as a result.
when i went down to visit camille in the new incarnation of che camille at the saltmarket to tell her about an exhibition piece, "chicks who smoke", i was planning, she was the first person to offer a studio space to showcase the work.
where other people had dismissed the idea and questioned my ability to pull it off, camille was extremely supportive from the word go, and spurred me on in every way possible.
after the exhibition, she allowed my work to be displayed in her stores, both at saltmarket and in argyll arcade and was a real advocate of the project. even taking my work to the pop-up store in camden, thus allowing me to add an exhibition in the mecca of london to my cv.
working as part of the team in various fashion shows and the creation of lvb models, camille filled you with so much enthusiasm and no idea was ever too big.
can we really do a catwalk show on the subway? SURE WE CAN!
this may be my personal experience of che camille, but i know it was the same for a lot of other young creative people, trying to find their way in the fashion and arts industry.
che camille was a real nurturing ground for homegrown talent and i am deeply saddened to hear today of it's closure.
i'd like to thank camille for the support over the years, i sure as hell wouldn't be where i am today and have the self belief that i have if i hadn't wandered along to the chateau all those years ago.
i know this won't be the last we hear of camille, and can't wait to see what the future holds.
but for now, che camille, you will be so dearly missed.
thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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black swan

the first film in a long time to send genuine chills down my spine.
complete brilliance from start to finish.