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ROSA JOHAN UDDOH ON FEMINIST CERAMICS AND THE WILLIAMS SISTERS

WILDABOUT sat down with London based artist Rosa Johan Uddoh. Rosa works mainly through performance, ceramics and collage on themes of spatial agency, colonial memory and radical self love. She is currently studying MA Fine Art Media at the Slade School of Fine Art. Her work will be on show at the ‘Mene Mene Tekel Parsin’ exhibition […]

DIVERSE CHANGES: GUCCI’S INCLUSIVE COLLECTIONS

Since 1921, Gucci has set the pace for the fashion industry. From instantly iconic prints to outrageous fashion campaigns, the Italian fashion house has always pushed the design boundaries. Sometimes a little bit too much though. Recently, Gucci has been been questioned about its somewhat dated values. Casting Director, James Scully openly criticised the company […]

MEET THE DESIGNERS BEHIND LONDON MODEST FASHION WEEK

ZARA KHAN: FOUNDER OF ZA’RA INSTAGRAM: @_ZA.R.A Dinah: What does LMFW mean to you? Zara Khan: It’s really liberating, it’s amazing, obviously for modest fashion to be out there now it’s insane because you would never think we would have this platform so again it’s just so liberating. Dinah: I loved your designs and they were […]

‘A BODY SO HIGH WITH POLITICS’ WITH MUNESU MUKOMBE

‘Liberty Leading the Digital’ Photography (2014) These portraits were heavily influenced by the Eugène Delacroix painting “Liberty Leading the People.” My interpretation was a revolution through the internet and technology. Liberty leading us through a new age. I shot this with an iPhone camera and used various apps to edit.   Munesu Mukombe is a […]

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