After the past nights continued looting and rioting communities have worked together to help rebuild the city of London. Through the use of social media voluteers have come together, brooms in hand to overcome the act of reckless individuals. Check out some photos of people taking back their city...
Images courtesy of TimeOut.
To get involved in the clean up follow #riotcleanup on Twitter for all the latest.
With Lollapalooza taking place this past weekend, we decided to throw an after party introducing everyone to the Chicago store opening in a months time. Tinie Tempah also came down and provided an excellent performance keeping everyone in the festival spirit!
Following on from their highly successful first event, Individualism returned to host their second event, Laced Up. This time round the focus was footwear and many creative heads turned up rocking their best pair. Check out some of the shots from the style booth below...
You can see more photos from the night over on the Individualism Facebook page.
We popped down to Southbank yesterday evening where Bulmers are holding a series of experiments to launch their new No.17 drink. Rob Da Bank spun the tunes like the true genre jumping DJ that he is - blending a mix of electro, swing and even a bit of house whilst the brilliant 'Swing Patrol' taught a rather left footed crowd how to dance & look the part. Finishing up on the night was Edinburgh Fringe festival favourites 'Sun Loving Criminals - a great cover band putting a cornish twist on some swing and pop classics. Check out the pics below and click here to join the experiment!
We recently had the chance to catch up with CocknBullKid as she prepares to perform on the main stage at Underage Festival tomorrow. With topics touching on the likes of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Katy Perry it was great to sit down with her as she moves progressively closer to the spotlight...
Tell us something about CocknBullKid we may not know?
I'm a huge Katy Perry fan.
What's the best thing that's happened so far in 2011?
The release of my album, headlining at Latitude festival and Season 8 of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
What is the best performance you've ever seen at a festival?
Beyonce at Glastonbury this year was pretty special. Also, Madness at any festival is always brilliant.
Topman CTRL is all about music and fashion, give us one of your own fashion hits and one miss over the years?
I usually wear things that straddle the line of 'hit and miss'. Every day is a gamble. But all I'll say is I'm not the sort of person who can pull off sportswear and that's all I wore as a teen. So anything remotely resembling a jogging bottom is a definite no go!
What performance are you most looking forward to at any festival this Summer?
Metronomy (always), Man Like Me, Eminem at V and Bjork at Bestival.
What is the one item of clothing you can't live without at a festival?
The Wellington boot.
What is the last thing you think about before going onstage at a festival?
Not falling over in my 6 inch heels.
Catch CocknBullKid at Underage or Field Day this weekend, for all other tour dates check HERE.
Men's Health challenged some top designers to re-create Autumn/Winter trends for their September issue, but for the Action Man. Brands included in the brief were the likes of: Topman, The Kooples and Hackett. The outcome resulted in some exciting characters built, which are now on eBay going towards a great cause.
Action Man: designed by Topman.
From left: Various, Forgotten Futures, Hackett & The Kooples.
From left: Christopher Raeburn, Various, Universal Works & Topman.