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Harper’s Bazaar US editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey is set to be at Selfridges this evening for the book signing of her magazine’s new book, Harper’s Bazaar: Greatest Hits.
The book highlights the magazine’s biggest moments of the last ten years through contemporary imagery. Over 300 photographs of fashion are said to feature including a tribute to the late Michael Jackson by Agyness Deyn shot by Terry Richardson and Jean-Paul Goude’s notorious photograph of Naomi Campbell racing a cheetah in Africa.
Bailey produces many of the magazine’s fashion features based upon the latest pop culture trends and going-ons of major public figures.
To meet the influential fashion editor head to the second floor of Selfridges for 6pm where the book signing for Harper’s Bazaar: Greatest Hits will be taking place. For more info, visit Selfridges.com
Even though The Cultural Exposé is only 8 months old, we got up to alot in 2010, doing things we dared we wouldn’t, embracing London’s art scene that little bit more tightly, and jumping on planes to spy out distant lands so we can tell y’all about it. Fun times, friends. Fun times.
But we couldn’t toast into the New Year without a tiny little re-cap, so in case you’re new to the blog or just want to reminisce with us, here’s the first of The Cultural Exposé’s Top 5 things we’re glad we did in 2010:
#5 – The Creator’s Project, July 2010
Where were you guys? Like really, where were you? ;-) If I had a £1 for every person who didn’t know about this Vice magazine/Intel event in the summer, I’d have enough dough to spend my New Year’s in Tahiti (…if only!); it was an AMAZING weekend of art, music, creativity and experimentation at Victoria House, featuring guests such as graphic designer/musician Trevor Jackson, Mark Ronson and fashionista Cassette Playa (Carri Munden). Here’s to hoping they’ll put it on again in 2011! Peep our coverage below: