Showing posts from September, 2018

October's Top Picks

FILM October is now here. Leaves are browning and falling off. But this one of our favourite months! We're all looking forward to its trick or treat ending. A "treat" for most is actor Tom Hardy, the "trick" is... he's playing a dark oozy super villain. This is another marvel film with a slightly darker feel. This black tar/slime/goo is an alien symbiote that fuses with Hardy forming a grotesque Spider-Man antihero: 'Venom' . Venom You must check out some of posters and artwork for this film, they're amazing. Venom lends himself to satisfying splatters of ink. Perhaps the web slinging saviour will make a cameo? WeAre#Venom Johnny English: Strikes Again is our comedy pick if you're one to avoid spooky October. The British buffoon is back for a third instalment. Rowan Atkinson reprises his role as the secret agent who resembles most British politicians than a Bond spoof. Firing missiles at French cyclists, accident

Glasgow City Break

Glasgow In this short post, we've put together some of the best and specific to this Scottish city offers you.  One of our productions is situated next to the Riverside Museum this year. So, we're featuring the Wonder Woman who designed this striking and sharp-edged building: Zaha Hadid . She is most certainly a visionary thanks to her innovations in modern architecture. She's the 'Queen of Curve'!  Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) Dame Zaha Hadid could be described as the most prestigious female Iraqi-British architect to date. She's won numerous prizes and medals. She was the only woman to be awarded a royal gold medal from the Royal Institute of British architects and designed the 2017 Brit award statue. London - Aquatic Centre  China - Guangzhou Opera House Brit award statue Her legacy continues as the Al Wakrah Stadium is still under construction. This stadium will host the  2022 FIFA World Cup . The co

Our favourite New York Fashion Week moment: The Wonder Woman of Vogue takes on Disney Villain Ursula

Did you see what (we think) was easily the most epic moment of New York Fashion Week this year? All our Disney dreams – which were ironically, also our childhood nightmares – came true as The Blonds revealed their Disney Villains -inspired couture on the catwalk. There were devilishly beautiful and diva-ish takes on Snow White’s Evil Queen, Sleeping Beauty’s Maleficent and 101 Dalmatians’ Cruella De Vil. But the ultimate mic drop moment was the absolutely slaying trans model Leiomy Maldonado in a Little Mermaid’s Ursula-esque leotard number. Known as the ‘Wonder Woman of Vogue’  Leiomy stunned the FROW , and the internet, by performing an incredible dip in Louboutins at the end of the catwalk. View this post on Instagram Wonder Woman The Queen of Vogue ๐Ÿ‘ธ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ @theblondsny @disneyvillains Thank you and @davidblond and @phillipeblond for having me, it was truly an honor! Shoes @louboutinworld #leiomy #amazonmoth