Thursday, 21 June 2012

Bring on The Glam!



So there we were, on the way to The Michael Hoppen Gallery, just off the King's Road in Chelsea to the private view of Ellen von Unwerth's "Do Not Disturb!" I was strolling along with Jason Atomic and Manko when they suddenly spotted Bishi who was also heading to the same event. Keen to try out my new compact camera, I took a couple of shots along the way - Abbey Road stylee... sort of.



Jason, Manko and Bishi with a little bit of camera-shake despite the wiggling, anti-camera shake thing being switched on. Something I'm going to have to look into.


Well, we finally got there and it was absolutely RAMMED! as you can see. This didn't stop Manko from finding Ellen von Unwerth, who took an instant liking to her 'Charles of London' dress. (I promise you there are no product placements on here, but these things are always worth noting). 


She was also impressed that Manko had brought her 'Revenge' book along for her to sign.


Which she did. Then Bishi got to have a chat too.



Then we went outside and just as I'd taken a shot of Manko proudly displaying her signed book, Jason suddenly legged it off down the road after mumbling something that sounded like "Kelly Brook". And lo and behold, it was! Manko got the shots and great shots they are too. (click for large)



Unbeknown to the world at large, Jason has always had a sort of fascination for Kelly Brook, revealed for the first time by these pictures that Manko took later on in the evening.




On the whole, I'd say that was a fun night out and Ellen von Unwerth's new body of work was just as amazing as it always is. She is one of the absolute Best after all! It's on 'til July 21st - Details below. Meanwhile, to round things off magnificently, here's the beautiful title track from Bishi's new album, Albion Voice. Her website is great too. Here's the link.
 




6 comments:

  1. Nice one Steve! but you forgot to add "Kelly Brook" to the tags at the bottom!

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  2. excellent report of a brilliant night! Thanks, darling!
    Manko
    xxx

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    1. Thankyou, Manko for the great shots of Jason and Kelly too! Just think, if our lunchtime shopping sprees hadn't coincided yesterday, this may never have happened. Perish the thought!!! xXx

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    2. indeed, fortuitous timing and adventures through serendipity set in world's most wondrous playground that is London town. :)

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    3. Couldn't have said it better myself! :)

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