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V&A feature and 5-star TND review in Time Out London

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on March 07, 2013

“Now you've met the London boys, Things seem good again”

The current issue of Time Out London (March 5-11 #2218), has a 3-page feature entitled: The Man Who Styled The World in celebration of the upcoming David Bowie is exhibition at the V&A. Here‘s the blurb: 

From south-east London to outer space, David Bowie is rock‘s greatest self-reinventor. As the V&A opens a blockbuster show of his outfits and art, Katie Dailey talks to the curators and picks seven ages of an icon.

Elsewhere in the mag there‘s a great 5-star review for The Next Day by Oliver Keens. Here‘s a line from it:

If there‘s one thing ‘The Next Day’ screams, it‘s that Bowie‘s one of the few artists left who can craft a chorus the way Fabergé crafts an egg.

And as for the statement made on the cover of this issue: ‘London – The greatest city in the world’ - It certainly will be for the duration of David Bowie is at the V&A.

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    7 March 2013
    V&A feature and 5-star TND review in Time Out London

    “Now you've met the London boys, Things seem good again”

    The current issue of Time Out London (March 5-11 #2218), has a 3-page feature entitled: The Man Who Styled The World in celebration of the upcoming David Bowie is exhibition at the V&A. Here‘s the blurb: 

    From south-east London to outer space, David Bowie is rock‘s greatest self-reinventor. As the V&A opens a blockbuster show of his outfits and art, Katie Dailey talks to the curators and picks seven ages of an icon.

    Elsewhere in the mag there‘s a great 5-star review for The Next Day by Oliver Keens. Here‘s a line from it:

    If there‘s one thing ‘The Next Day’ screams, it‘s that Bowie‘s one of the few artists left who can craft a chorus the way Fabergé crafts an egg.

    And as for the statement made on the cover of this issue: ‘London – The greatest city in the world’ - It certainly will be for the duration of David Bowie is at the V&A.