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Vivienne Westwood to Host at fabric

With iconic London club fabric now reprieved from closure, what better way to celebrate this fact than with another British icon as host? The Climate Revolution night will encourage clubbers to embrace green energy – very much the brainchild of Dame Vivienne, who is a passionate eco-activist. Her recent catwalk show paid tribute to green energy provider Ecotricity.

The night will take place on the 20th February and will feature speakers: Ecotricity’s Dale Vince, and Dame Vivienne herself, as well as music from DJ A Guy Called Gerald. The dress code is ‘Mad Max’ and the evening promises to be one of great style, great music and great awareness-raising.

Dame Vivienne explains: ‘There is one truly political act you can make as an individual or as a group – Switch to GREEN ENERGY.’


Seen this week

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Super Sharp: The First Instalment of ‘RTRN II JUNGLE’

Regular readers of SEEN will know what fans we are of the Fashion Space Gallery at the London College of Fashion in John Prince’s Street. It’s a place where it is possible to gauge current cultural attitudes as they happen. ‘Super Sharp’ is the first in a series of exhibitions and events exploring the style, sound and Rave Culture in the nineties. It starts on Thursday 1st February and runs until Saturday 21st April 2018.

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Burns Night: Whisky 101 at The Gallery 

Celebrating Burns Night without whisky is nothing short of sacrilege. Where better then to honour Scotland’s greatest poet than at The Gallery in West Hampstead, which has become renowned for its dual fascinations – whisky and beer. Here’s a Short Epigram on Parting with a Kind Host in the Highlands penned by Burns himself: When death’s …

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David Ramirez Releases ‘We’re Not Going Anywhere’ and Plays St Pancras Old Church

David Ramirez has announced details of his new album We’re Not Going Anywhere, set for UK commercial release via Thirty Tigers on January 12th, 2018. Produced by Sam Kassirer, the album finds Ramirez painting a vividly imagined picture of contemporary America through the songwriter’s own perspective of having dual American and Mexican heritage. It follows …