Issue 49 - March

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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FASHION 18 Issue 49 / 2013 NEW COLLECTION: HOLY GHOST DESIGNER OF Holy Ghost is emerging as one of the most popular edgy yet versatile brands at the moment! Holy Ghost is a fresh underground label that contrasts traditional with contemporary to create a collection that echo���s casual preppy styles. The cult British brand mixes sleek tailoring with relaxed styles for the ultimate edgy look. Holy Ghost���s core offers a muted palette that adds depth to the collection with industrial print designs creating signature pieces. If you���re looking for an easy to wear, stylish but modern brand Holy Ghost is the brand for you! Available at guestlist shoots you RUM KNUCKLES TAB | Firstly what is the story behind the brand? Rum Knuckles is a brand built to transcend music, culture and sports. A brand built on good graphics, the brand was created by myself after working in the industry for 13 years and deciding to go it alone. I aim to connect with the grittier side of street culture and streetwear with a British stamp. What are your biggest influences? Miles Barrow Natalie Moutrew Shoes: Roamers Jeans: Drop Dead Clothing Jacket: Penfield Hoodie: Supreme Shirt: Rokit Shoes: Office Jeans: Topshop Jacket: Topshop Shirt: Aubin & Wills There are so many but I would have to say skateboarding culture in general any Zorlac graphic, Black Flag, Club Flyers, my great friend Dave Little who designed some of the best club flyers of the 80���s and 90���s punk and hip hop and artists such as Dave Kinsey, Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, Mel Ramose and graffiti art really laid the foundations of my creative life. Is it true that the name ���Rum Knuckles��� comes from your great uncle who was a bare knuckle fighter? My great uncle was indeed a prize fighter and in general a great fighter a gentle man though who would never go out looking for a fight but at the same time never walk away from one. I had grown up learning about this character through stories from my dad and family, he was a legend in my town and always wanted to use his nickname Rum Knuckles. You worked over in New York for a while for a London based textile house, how was that experience. Did you gain a lot from this? I gained a massive amount from this I wouldn���t say creative wise but more in being in a place where things happen and a place I���ve always admired and wanted to be. Getting high and going out and meeting like minded people in a city like New York has influenced me a great deal and shaped my thoughts on where I wanted to take my creative life. You have had some love off Joey Bada$$, Maverick Sabre and Bashy to name a few. Is it mad when you see celebs rocking your garms?!

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