Art & Culture

We love: Olha Pryymak

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We thought writing a blog post every day was quite an undertaking, but it's nothing in comparrison to artist Olha Pryymak, who paints a picture every day. We came across her on one of our favourite blogs Spitalfields Life and loved her… Read More

RIP: Ari Up

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Cut by The Slits would be very near the top of my ultimate all time favourite albums and The Slits one of my all time favourite bands. Fascinated by their unique sound and style, they provided a complete contrast to… Read More

RIP: Tony Curtis

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There was a time when there were no boy bands, no X Factor, no celebrity magazines and only two soap operas on TV (Crossroads and Coronation St) and neither of them featured handsome men.  Young girls growing up in the… Read More

We loved: Peggy Mitchell

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Having watched Eastenders from day one (with gaps in the middle when small children took over the 7.30pm viewing slot) I could probably score quite highly if 'the lives and loves of Eastenders characters', were my specialty subject on Mastermind.… Read More

Style icon: Chrissie Hynde

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Despite being hard hearted, cynical been-around-the-block-and-seen-most-things fashion gals,we are big romantics here at TWR. Really, we are. So news that the deeply cool rock goddess Chrissie Hynde has been madly in love with a chap half her age and writing… Read More

We love: a period drama

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We are big fans of period dramas and think there really is nothing better than the combination of drama, romance and beautiful period costumes. Jane Campions new film Bright Star, opens this weekend, stars Abbie Cornish and Ben Wishaw and tells the… Read More

US Vogue- the Age Issue

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Irving Penn for US Vogue's August 2009 issue US Vogue does it's annual Age Issue in August, traditionally the most difficult month to sell the magazine due to everyone waiting for the big September fashion issue. Still, beggers can't be… Read More

We love: Book blogs

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  Talking to the founder of Persephone books, Nicola Beauman last week, we asked her about the future of books. She thinks more and more people will be increasingly influenced by book blogs and lists Stuck in Book, Dove Grey… Read More