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The launch will be at fab female den The Trouble Club in Kingly Court from 7-10pm on Monday 27 April. Yes Mondays are the new Thursdays. Early bird tickets are on sale for a limited time at £7 (regular price £10) which includes drinks* all evening, a copy of Pamf13 and an exclusive Pamflet bookbag, plus other surprise treats.
We cannot wait to print another Pamflet and this one has been years in the making. Readers can expect the return of our old favorites including Agatha Christie, Victoria Beckham and Try-hard Trends and lots lots more.
Tickets and further details are available here and pre-order links for anyone who can’t make it along to the launch will be posted very soon.
We’re delighted to be back at the Bust Magazine Christmas Craftacular this year. We’ll be DJing festive favourites and making merry at this annual DIY-fest from our favourite grrrl-mag of them all. This year’s unmissable market features 70 stalls and a packed-schedule of workshops and is at the Islington Metal Works, 7 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ from 12 noon until 7pm on Sunday 14 December. Full info below and details of our exact slot to follow!
The first in our series of summer salons takes place on Tuesday 2nd July with Amanda Mackenzie Stuart, author of Empress of Fashion: A Life of Diana Vreeland. Amanda will be talking to us about Diana’s life and work and how she came to write this comprehensive biography in an evening of bookchat and wine at our favourite venue, Drink, Shop & Do in Kings X.
We have long been fascinated by Mrs V, arch-editrix and tastemaker extraordinaire. She was the ultimate example of how clothing can be used to construct a better, truer version of yourself. Her influence can still be felt today – although no-one has ever come close to surpassing her vision, creative courage or pizzazz.
This Sunday I will be playing some Christmassy tunes at the legendary Bust Craftacular event in Bethnal Green. This crafting extravaganza has become a much-loved annual event and when you walk through the doors into the imposing Victorian hall to be greeted by the sight of swing dancers, cake stands and of course, all the delectable DIY goodies on the stalls, it really, truly feels like Christmas has begun. Read More…