Delaine Le Bas
2007 was a big year for Romani art. And for Delaine Le Bas. She was part of Venice Biennale’s first Roma Pavilion, which housed an international collection of Romani Gypsy work entitled Paradise Lost. Now with a solo show in Berlin, she tells Ben Cobb, “I just want to be seen as an artist.”
Jerry Hall talks to Anthony Price
Anthony Price styled Roxy Music and Duran Duran. His best customer is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. From rock aristocracy to the royals, he has dressed them all. Friend and muse Jerry Hall talks to the British fashion designer about Joan Crawford, Flash Gordon and cock feathers.
The Savoy’s Joe Gilmore
Joe Gilmore, now 86, was the head barman at the Savoy, London, for a record twenty-two years – that’s a lot of boozy talk into the wee small hours that he has listened to. The smart, softly spoken Gilmore came to London in 1938. Gilmore initially found work at Sanderson’s wallpaper factory on London’s Oxford […]