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rag & bone blog: Studio 54

Studio 54

In its heyday in the late 1970s, Studio 54 was the epicenter of New York’s exclusive nightlife – a debaucherous haven for its rich and famous patrons and other partygoers beautiful enough to gain access.
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rag & bone blog: What We Wore

What We Wore

After observing candid photos of street style from times before technology made it commonplace, author Nina Manandhar was inspired to document Britain's style history from the 1950s to the present day in What We Wore: A People’s History of British Style.
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rag & bone blog: This is Our Youth

This is Our Youth

Set in New York in 1982, This is Our Youth follows forty-eight drama and drug-fuelled hours in the lives of three privileged characters on the cusp of adulthood.
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rag & bone blog: Blondie and the Punk Era in Pictures

Blondie and the Punk Era in Pictures

To commemorate their 40th anniversary, Somerset House has taken up the mantle to celebrate Blondie's history as pioneers of the punk music era with the exhibition, Chris Stein/Negative: Me, Blondie, and The Advent of Punk.
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rag & bone blog: The Houston Project - Jerkface

The Houston Project - Jerkface

NYC-based, Queens native Jerkface is the latest graffiti artist to mock up the wall of our Houston Street store. Check out his work here...
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rag & bone blog: The Houston Project - Nick Kuszyk

The Houston Project - Nick Kuszyk

Brooklyn-based artist Nick Kuszyk, aka RRobots, is the man behind our current Houston Project.
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rag & bone blog: Jean-Michel Basquiat - NY Exhibition

Jean-Michel Basquiat - NY Exhibition

From today, May 1, through June 13, 2014, Manhattan’s Acquavella Galleries presents a Fred Hoffman-curated selection of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s works from Herbert and Lenore Schorr’s collection.
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rag & bone blog: JR's NYC Ballet Art Series

JR's NYC Ballet Art Series

Following on from their inaugural 2013 Art Series with FAILE, the New York City Ballet has collaborated with the award-winning French artist JR - a former graffiti artist turned photographer after serendipitously finding a camera on the Paris Metro - for the Company’s 2014 Art Series
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rag & bone blog: Terry O'Neil at the Little Black Gallery

Terry O'Neil at the Little Black Gallery

If you are in London, stop by The Little Black Gallery in Chelsea to check out The Best of Terry O'Neill, an exhibition featuring the legendary photographer's most iconic images.
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