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Issue 36 - Feb 2012

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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Issue 3 / FEBR sue 35 Is110r 2ebmece4 / De 3ussI 6 / JANUARY 2012 VIDEO GAMES TO THE CATWALK FASHION 27 TINIE TEMPAH NAMED BEST DRESSED MAN BY GQ The London-born urban singer has officially been named 2012's best dressed man by GQ magazine. Praised for having 'a true passion for elegance and proportions', he beat Twilight's Robert Pattinson, actor Christian Bale and Dr. Who's Matt Smith who all ap- peared in the top 10. Tinie is often seen wearing colourful hats and funky glasses, but is famous for his chart topping music which include Pass Out and Frisky, and collaborations with art- ists Labyrinth and Swedish House Mafia. He is known for his warm smile and cheeky, down-to-earth nature. David Beckham and Prince Harry were also contend- ers and even Prince Charles managed to nab a spot at number 50! On the other end of the scale, American rapper Chris Brown was named worst dressed. Jamie Oliver and Dappy from N Dubz were also in the running. London Rocks! Lana Del Rey Rocks The Fashion World. Of course it didn't take long untill pouty Lana del Rey snatched the attention of the fashion world. The sultry singer has just been signed by NEXT model managment. She is the newest addition to their 'Talent wing'. She isn't the first of her kind, musicans with modeling contracts are noth- ing new. She's following in the footsteps of Florence Welch, Ellie Goulding and Kelis who are all signed to the same agency. Singer/actress Taylor Momsen however has recently been dropped by IMG model management. Wednesday 29th February Electric Social, Brixton 5.30pm until midnight, tickets £10 Star Factory Studios are holding a fundraising night of fashion and music for Shelter, the homeless charity at the swanky Electric Social in Brixton. Being hosted by 2008 Shipwrecked winner Adam Child and including a range of designers, models and a mix of music from acoustic soul to pop (Chyna Whyne has been confirmed), the night is set to be a blast raising money! Contact starfactorystudio@gmail.com for more information! Marni for H&M Founded by Consuelo Castiglioni in 1994, Marni is one of the most cutting-edge fashion houses in Milan. It is known for its European bohemianism and its use of wild, splashy patterns. It was no surprise, therefore, when the funky fashion house decided to col- laborate with H&M for their spring line, especially after the success of the equally funky Versace collection. In the sneak peak of the advert, it is clear that Marni has stuck to its usual palette of rich co- lours, animal prints and use of geometric patterns and leopard print combination. Set to hit stores and online on the 8th of March, the collection is fun, edgy and cool; everything that embodies H&M and Marni.

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