All posts tagged Lady Gaga

Double Exclusive Review: Venom & A Star Is Born.

Venom A film about Eddie Brock/Venom, Spider-Man’s famous foe, has been in the works ever since his appearance in Spider-Man 3. Whilst Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios decided to share […]

Exclusive Preview: LEGZ @ 100 Wardour St.

Who said Mondays have to be dull or boring? 100 Wardour St is certainly dispelling the myth of the Monday blues with an exclusive cabaret performance kicking off next Monday, […]

Celebrity Meltdowns: Mindless Entertainment? Subverted Envy? Perverse Voyeurism? Either Way, We Revel in the Spectacle du Jour of their Rise and Fall

‘The Biggest Celebrity Meltdowns: Shia LaBeouf to Christian Bale’ – Variety ‘Biggest Celebrity Meltdowns Ever’ – US Weekly ‘Top Ten Celebrity Meltdowns of All Time’ – YouTube ’18 truly spectacular […]

Breaking Down the Grammys

Album of the year, and record of the year were won by Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic. Mars also picked up song of the year with ‘That’s What I Like’. Best […]

The Legacy of Azzedine Alaia

Azzedine Alaia; a designer with great adoration, respect and passion for women and women’s fashion. When icons pass away, the fashion industry always pays respect to those individuals whom are […]

How to Become a Coachella Chic

What takes place centre stage at one of the most famous festivals in the world- music or fashion? Although this year’s festival saw one of the best line-ups, including Radiohead, […]

From 70s Bad Boys to a Universal Fashion Tool: The Evolution of Tattoos

What do David Beckham, Rihanna, Cara Delevingne and Lady Gaga share in common? All have a large part of their body covered with tattoos of all kinds and carefully cultivate […]

Video Killed the Radio Star: The Visual Album

In the last half-century, the music industry has been subjected to a continuous evolution. Starting in the post-war era of the 1950s, great improvements to the design of the microphone […]

Important People Who Queered History

Following the horrific events that have occurred this week in Orlando, rather than dwell on tragedy and give more coverage to homophobia I have decided to highlight some of the incredible LGBTQA+ people who have changed this world for the better. This week we lost 49 people, any of who could have had the potential to have queered and changed the world and history for the better.