Author Archives: Kaya Ruccius

Londoners love Soho!

Soho has been voted London’s favourite neighbourhood by Time out London, but what is it that draws people to Soho, is it the lively atmosphere ? the food? or the crazy Clubs? Soho is located right in the centre of London and is known for its culture and nightlife, There are a number of LGBTQ venues in Soho and during

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The hidden gem of Peckham

Peckham salvage yard is London’s largest indoor vintage market, with more than 50 traders coming together in Copeland park and Peckham’s Bussey building, which is hidden in the back streets of Peckham to sell everything from vintage clothing to vintage maps. The founders of hackney flea market decided to bring their vintage Gems to one of south London’s cultural hotspots,

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The Anatomy of luxury

Every week selfridges corner shop is home to a different brand displaying their collections and telling stories through their outrageous designs and unexpected collaborations. This week untill the 6th of may The corner shop was home to A.F vandervorst a Belgian fashion house that has been around for 20 years, they have displayed their collections on runways around the world

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Surface Work

Since the dawn of time the art world has been dominated by white men, whether it’s an abstract painting by Pablo Picasso or an impressionist piece by Van-Gough, our historical figures across the art world are always male; So to show that women do have an artistic voice and influence the Victoria miro gallery has launched “surface work” a new

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Bringing disco back!

The streets of Brixton are coming alive on the 28th of April, with a new day and night festival celebrating 40 years of disco in some of Brixton’s most renowned venues. The Brixton disco festival is set to take place in venues surrounding Brixton’s iconic wind rush square the electric Brixton is going to be home to hundreds of ravers

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Mayor launches ‘culture seeds’ scheme to bring bright ideas to life

The Mayor of London, Sadiq khan, has launched a new culture strategy providing financial grants between £1,000 to £5,000 for small companies, organisations and creative individuals to fund their ideas and make them a reality. This strategy is called cultural seeds and aims to preserve London’s culture as well as enabling people to explore their creativity and community. The Mayor’s

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