• #insideout oi oi @cosstores and @currentelliott - who made your clothes??? @fash_rev
  • Last @designerjumble outfit of the day - @saundersstudio jacket, Betty Jackson jacket, Antithesis shirt, @fromsomewhereuk top, Loewe skirt, Luella bag
  • More brilliant @designerjumble pieces @prada top and skirt, Antony Price parachute dress @rupertsanderson shoes
  • Made In Britain pieces by @jameslonglondon and @topshop Who made your clothes? #InsideOut @fash_rev
  • Amazing pieces from a 1,500 collection of Hannalore Smart, widow of Circus King Billy Smart Jr... Alaia,  Gaultier, Comme, Issey Miyake, Prada... All going into @designerjumble soon with some on auction!! Gaultier corset, vintage customised jeans, Prada shoes, CdG skirt - very Meadham Kirchhoff SS13!

>> Two consecutive posts on the same subject is never cool in my book but seeing as I was a bit eager to post about Opening Ceremony's pop-up store yesterday, I forgot that I was also going to what promised to be an eventful OC dinner and night out just by virtue of venue choices – errr…. Golden Dragon in Chinatown where childhood dinner memories reside and Madame JoJo's, where I squandered many hours away at White Heat, nearly a decade ago.  I knew I was going to be in for a yummy ride what with Humberto Leon's mum picking out the food – loved the sight of seeing Dalston's fashion finest tucking into cha gee gai (fried whole chicken Hong Kong Style) and char siu.  Actually I also loved the slightly petrified looking wait staff at Golden Dragon, who probably had never clapped their eyes on Dalston's fashion finest.  They definitely won't have seen a mariachi band either, up on the stage right by the dragon and phoenix double happiness area.  This is a stage more used to seeing Chinese bride and grooms toast each other – not a Mexican mariachi band singing George Michael's Faith or Adele's Rolling in the Deep, representing the culture clash that OC are so fond of.  Then we got Marawa the Amazing the hula-hooper taking the surreal levels of the night up another notch.  Best.Chinese.Banquet.Ever.

Comments (22)

  1. mariposa says:

    Hi,
    beautiful artist!!! in the video i can see the joy and talent of the latinos artists!!!
    I love it
    xoxo from germany!
    http://mariposa-world.blogspot.de

  2. Looks like great fun and how on earth did she manage to dance with all those hula hoops-that’s talent.
    xoxo
    Ivy
    http://notsopoisonous-ivy.blogspot.co.uk/

  3. SURFACE SCAN says:

    Marawa the amazing…you are…amazing? Yes.

  4. Dim sum with added hula hoops, delicious!

  5. Alice says:

    !!!! AMAZING !!!!
    Please take a look at my fashion illlustrations and art:
    http://aliceauxpaysenchantes.blogspot.co.uk/
    Xxx

  6. ttea says:

    That really does sound like a multicultural evening. I might be a little scared as well if I were one of the staff. It looked like fun.
    http://fashionananthropologicalpointofview.blogspot.ca/

  7. Lilzeon says:

    Love the video of Marawa the Amazing, very addictive :)

  8. Awesome :-) I love it :-)

  9. Great job on the blog, it looks great. I am going to bookmark it and will make sure to check back weekly!

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  11. Jessica says:

    That was exactly how I envisaged myself hooping before buying my hula hoop… and then putting it into the wardrobe of no return. Hehe

  12. Fumi says:

    Poor mariachi…his hat fits really strangely.
    I like the spunk of that hula hoop girl. She’s sassy!

  13. It all sounds amazing! So many flowers & bright colours… love it! You are such a talented writer & photographer, I’m always so, so inspired. x
    Kate {Modette}
    http://modetteblog.com

  14. Augustine says:

    Great post. It looks amazing. Thank for sharing with us

  15. Deadly Bite says:

    Incredible performance! I want to find out more about this woman now! :O

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