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Piers Atkinson Crowned the 2013 Bonnet Master
at Fred Butler’s Easter Parade
Last night, Tuesday 26th March 2013, Madcap milliner and accessory designer, Fred Butler hosted an exclusive Easter Bonnet Party at London’s Sanderson.
Set in Sanderson’s beautiful courtyard garden guests came together to kick off the long Easter weekend and were wowed by some very special Easter Bonnet Parade which saw notable entrees from Piers Atkinson, Antipodium, Tatty Devine, Margot Bowman, Phoebe English, Alex Noble, Phoebe Collings-James, and Flower Appreciation Society who were all in attendance.
The fashionable creations were judged by Vogue’s Style Editor, Emma Elwick-Bates; LOVE Magazine Editor, Alexander Fury; and stylists Margaret Crow and Kim Howells. After much deliberation, Piers Atkinson was crownedas the 2013 bonnet master, with his “Double-yolker Easter Egg Surprise”.Acclaimed drag queen, Jonny Woo kept the crowd entertained with running commentary as the festive creations went down the catwalk while Fred Butler provided music throughout the party.
Guests enjoyed Easter themed gin cocktails courtesy of by Hendrick’s Gin and Sanderson’s popular Mad Hatter’s Tea.
The new BLK DNM A/W 2013-14 film created for Style.com Video Fashion Week.
Starring Dorothea Barth-Jörgensen, Directed by Marius Crowne, Original Music Score by John Olmstead
To Enter my Easter Bonnet competition email: KATE.BELL@PURPLEPR.COM
Last night the Roundhouse hosted a night of live entertainment, delicious food and an incredible auction which raised £605,587 for the annual Roundhouse Gala.
Moncler Gamme Rouge Autumn / Winter 2013-14
Paco Rabanne Autumn / Winter 2013-14.
It’s all about time. Introducing the KARL LAGERFELD watch collection.
Lanvin Autumn / Winter 2013-14
Jennifer Hudson in a custom-made Roberto Cavalli and Kelly Rowland wearing Donna Karan Atelier at the 85th Annual Academy Awards last night.
Roberto Cavalli Autumn/Winter 2012-13
Just Cavalli Autumn / Winter 2013-14.
From 6th March Lazarides Rathbone presents World Domination, a solo exhibition by celebrated New York artist Todd James.
For his first solo show in London since 2008, Todd continues his iconic Somali Pirate series in a new collection of acrylic paintings. Often in headgear and masks, and brandishing secondhand AK-47s and RPGs, these pirates perform a range of quotidian activities. A selection of gouache on paper works will also be on display, many featuring singular brand of All-American girl as cheerleader of the Apocalypse, bearing arms and baring ass.
In addition to this series of new works, the exhibition will feature a recreation of Vandal’s Bedroom, the sprawling, graffiti-filled structure that was a highlight of the Art in the Streets exhibition at the LA MOCA. Part object, part installation, this bedroom-turned-graffiti-battle-station gives glimpses of plans for an imaginary artistic takeover.
The vandals and pirates that people the works of World Domination share a common thread; both parties sidestep invisible boundaries erected by controlling factions.
Lazarides Rathbone: 11 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1HR
6th March 2013 - 11th April 2013