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The World of Tim Burton

The Design Museum are to curate an exhibition of the inspirations of legendary film director Tim Burton.

Tim Burton has created nineteen films that have made him become a renowned global film director. From Sweeny Todd to Alice in Wonderland, this artistic fable of storytelling has led to him orchestrating his own themes through a worldwide tour of exhibition.

Travelling the globe, this show of his works is finally coming to the Design Museum in London from 25th October 2024 until 21st April 2025.

His own universe of artistic rights will show the public his production from being an illustrator, painter, photographer, and author, alongside his masterful director experience. The Design Museum has described him “As a multi-disciplinary artist his creations extend beyond the limits of mediums and formats.”

Created from his own archive of drawings, paintings, photographs, storyboards and props, the visitor is left with a multitude of references into this great mind of the beholder.

The exhibition is organized by Jenny He, Independent Curator, in collaboration with Tim Burton and adapted by Maria McLintock for the Design Museum.

Sunset Boulevard – The Savoy Theatre

Nicole Scherzinger stars in Andrew Loyd Webber’s celebrated production of Sunset Boulevard at the Savoy Theatre.

The production that runs until 6th January 2024, features some of the memorable songs such as The Perfect Year and As If We Never Said Goodbye, lead by director Jamie Lloyd for this unmissable appearance.

Norma Desmond, the main character, played by Scherzinger, longs to be back on the big screen, and with that finds her only hope, a struggling screenwriter. As the tale unfolds there is a relationship that leads to disastrous circumstances.

Scherzinger is a master at this performance, following already starring in Cats and being a multi-platinum award winning artist who performed for King Charles and Queen Camilla’s Coronation Concert.

This intoxicating theatre tribute is a theme for all those struggling and seeking fame through bitter accounts of mastering adoration.

Mash Gallery – Legacy Reunited

Radiant with expression this next exhibition of the Mash Gallery in Los Angeles gives a nostalgic insight into the journey of the life of the gallery owner, Haleh Mashian. Artist Yaghoub Jacob Souferzadeh will be showcasing his work in December for the first time in the luxury venue, but it is not the first time he and Mashian had met.

Contacted by the artist, Mashian made a visit to his studio only to find that this was the man who introduced her to art at the early age of eleven in Iran.

The artist’s work is one of a reflective account of Iran’s canvas set in landscapes of Northern Iran, particularly the enchanting Shomal region. His rose collections and more can attribute to his wide breadth of colour and textures within his paintings.

The Mash Gallery writes that “His work is characterized by meticulous attention to detail and a deep emotional connection to his birthplace.”

The empowerment of a meaningful encounter will be on display from December 14th 2023 to January 4th 2024.

Vogue Festive Calendar

With twenty-five days in the advent calendar created by Vogue, this glorious gift is packed full of handpicked luxuries to make you feel the sparkle of Christmas. Hair treatments, new to be released beauty products, scented candles and jewellery are among all to be found inside this season’s must have guide into opulence.

The Conde Nast Publication are donating £75,000 to charities in response to purchases made of this product. These include Sistah Space, akt, and Women for Refugee Women: all to receive £25,000 each.

Within the catalogue of prosperity, you can find brands such as Charlotte Tilbury, Dr. Barabara Sturm, Sisley, BBB London, Yolke, REN, Lily & Roo, Elemis, Killian Paris, Laura Vann and Aspinal of London. Containing 31 products, this pure indulgence present packed box is available while stocks last and retails at £350.

The artwork of the box is a count down from the very first covers of issues of the publication from 1916 to the present day. This is an entire wish list for the faithful and for those long concerned with splendour.

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Pretty Boys are Poisonous – Megan Fox

Poems by Megan Fox have been published. The dark and wicked humour of the actress is now referenced through a literary art form contained in over 80 works. Her beauty has come to reflect the understanding of men on an invisible platform, where she reflects upon the relationships she has sealed in her past. The newly found writer has said: “These poems were written in an attempt to excise the illness that had taken root in me because of my silence. I’ve spent my entire life keeping the secrets of men, my body aches from carrying the weight of their sins. My freedom lives in these pages and I hope that my words can inspire others to take back their happiness and their identity by using their voice to illuminate what’s been buried, but not forgotten, in the darkness.’

The ecstasy of understanding emanates from her poetry. Fox resides in Los Angeles and creates her work to ensure that her predicaments are not going untold. The ones we love make impressions on our soul. Her poetry is infectious. The hardback is available for £16.99 and is also available in eBook and audio download.

Billy Connolly – Castle Fine Art

Billy Connolly has long been a household name through his artistry. Now, there are more additions to his story as a comedian, actor, best-selling author and more recently an artist. Castle Fine Art have worked with the artist who has designed the personalities of sculptures in a radiant celebration of personality types.

“Direction” is a non-such being, something that can be interpreted by ones understanding of the hierarchy of order in the production of the figures presented in these works.

“Two for the Road” is a celebration of the capsule of two people, a wee one and a bigger one, who draw upon the mentality of gig-performers on the road. A sketch complements this mantra and his bestselling book, the autobiography entitled Rambling Man: My Life on the Road. The man himself explores the telling of this tale.

Fragile Beauty – Collection of Sir Elton John and David Furnish

For the first time over 300 photographs will be exclusively on view at the V & A. The collection of Sir Elton John and David Furnish will showcase 140 photographers’ work. It will be the largest collection of photographs shown at the V & A until now.

This will be following The Tate Modern’s exhibition of The Radicle Eye with previous collections of the singer and his partner. The collection will unveil the work of Robert Mapplethorpe and Cindy Sherman to name a few: this is part of a creative gallery from the 1950s to date.

To feature there will be portraits of Marilyn Monroe, and Miles Davis, amongst many other artists of the time. There will also be a recollection of such extraordinary events including the 1980s AIDS activism.

Sir Elton John and David Furnish have said: “Since we first loaned a selection of Horst photographs to the V&A in 2014, our relationship with the museum has grown significantly. Fragile Beauty takes our collaboration to really exciting new heights, showcasing some of the most beloved photographers and iconic images from within our collection. Working alongside the V&A again has been a truly memorable experience, and we look forward to sharing this exhibition with the public.”

This exhibition will be on show from 18th May 2024 until 5th January 2025. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the V & A website. Fragile Beauty: Photographs from the Sir Elton John and David Furnish Collection – Exhibition at V&A South Kensington · V&A (

Credits: Dakota Hair, 2004, by Ryan McGinley. © Ryan McGinley Studios and Simply Fragile, 2022 by Tyler Mitchell © Tyler Mitchell. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Sotheby’s Handbags – from Chanel, Hermès, to Louis Vuitton

Handbags from Chanel to Hermès and Louis Vuitton can be purchased through a link. Vintage Chanel through to the renowned Birkin Bags are featured upon this platform.

Sotheby’s have been established since 1744 and is the world’s renowned hub for luxury and art. Sotheby’s is where you can find a platform between auction and online sales, in the modern technology era.

Having already sold Freddie Mercury’s lifetime memorable artifacts, this house has also highlighted further artifacts that are collectable in the chicest wardrobes.

Discover the highest of stylish marks that compliment the wardrobe with the most acceptable fashionable collections.

From the Carrie Bradshaw taste in style to the most up to date fashionista products Sotheby’s offers serve a look that this platform invites you to.

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Picasso – Fontainebleau – MoMA

MoMA will be holding an exhibition rediscovering three months of Picasso’s career. Depicting this period in the town of Fontainebleau, through July and September 1921 the artist created line paintings, line drawings, etchings, and pastels from this small town in France. Some of these will be on display since the first time they left his studio.

Organised by Anne Umland she says: “Picasso’s decision to paint, virtually simultaneously, the startlingly different-looking Three Musicians and Three Women at the Spring (which are both in MoMA’s collection) in Fontainebleau during the summer of 1921 continues to disrupt expectations of artistic evolution and stylistic consistency.”

Fifty years have passed since Picasso’s death and this mark on his work highlights the importance of his being. The exhibition will be featuring the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Three Musicians and MoMA’s Three Women at the Spring for the first time since 1921.

Cubist and classical, the display will be held at the museum until 17 February 2024.

Credits: Pablo Picasso. Three Musicians. Fontainebleau, summer 1921. Oil on canvas, 80 1/2 × 74 1/8″ (204.5 × 188.3 cm). The Philadelphia Museum of Art. A. E. Gallatin Collection, 1952. © 2023 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Mash Gallery Fashion

Haleh Mashian is the founder of the successful Mash Gallery in West Hollywood, Los Angeles. She is a true artist having over 400 artists’ work shown in her gallery. She is also a painter, fashion designer and music composer in her own right.

Her fashion line, which retails from $50 to $700 has been created via an app on her phone. As she uses her phone daily, she decided to embark a project by taking inspiration from her day-to-day life, taking, and updating her design on her phone, by using her finger to draw her collections.

Her favourite pieces in her collection are the bomber jacket lines, as these are unisex and can be worn by anyone between the ages of twenty to seventy.

The collection is available to buy from the gallery website and for press information, or questions please contact Freya

Le Roch Hotel & Spa – Paris

Located by the Garnier Opera and Tuileries Gardens, Le Roch takes you away into a sublime spot in Paris.

With a menu created by renowned chef Serge Jouanin, the restaurant provides a tranquil setting to relax. But don’t stop there, there are so many settings to take advantage of in this prominent boutique hotel. There is a bar, a sun terrace, a library, an indoor pool and a Maison Codage spa with a specialised treatment list.

The interior design of the hotel has been created by Sarah Poniatowski-Lavoine. She has created a sense of respite within these romantic settings. A resident of the Saint-Honore, Sarah resides in neighbouring spaces and understands the ideology of Parisian chic. In her design of this five star space, she uses colours and materials to create a backdrop like being inside a Parisian apartment, a home away from home.

Equipped with a private steam room, the five suites offer a place to relax, some with a giant dressing room comfortably styled as a shrine. Thirty two more bedrooms are present in the hotel, in which guests can find their peace in this wonderful part of Paris.

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MOMA PS1 – Rirkrit Tiravanija

On view from October 12, 2023 to March 4, 2024 is one of the largest featured exhibitions of Thai artist Rirkrit Tiravanija. ‘A lot of People’ includes over 100 works in installation, drawings, sculpture, and demonstrations of vocal works.

From the transgressional periods of his career, Tiravanija has made an impact using people as the background for his relevance. Works tell a tale of unconventional thinking and, in that, he draws on the relationships of study throughout his work.

The exhibition brings together works from the 1980s and 1990s to tell a tale of a migrant in a “Western-centric artworld”.  MOMA PS1 writes “These site-specific stagings acknowledge the distinct times and contexts in which these works were originally enacted, creating an experience in which audiences can observe, as well as take part in, the happenings with critical distance. As demonstrations, these works propose new models for narrating and understanding contemporary art history”.

Rirkrit Tiravanija: A LOT OF PEOPLE is organized by Ruba Katrib, Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs, MOMA PS1, and Yasmil Raymond, Rector, Städelschule and Director of Portikus, Frankfurt, with Jody Graf and Kari Rittenbach, Assistant Curators, MoMA PS1.

Credits: Rirkrit Tiravanija. untitled 2017 (fear eats the soul) (white flag). 2017. Courtesy Creative Time. Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli

Installation view, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Tomorrow is the Question, Remai Modern, Saskatoon, 2019. Courtesy Remai Modern. Photo: Blaine Campbell