UK Music Festivals We Love

We talk a lot about music festivals here in the US, but there are so many incredible festivals that take place in the UK that we can’t forget about! We asked some of our home office girls from the UK to share some photos and memories from their favorite UK festivals. What is your favorite music festival? Read More

An Editorial We Love: Crowd Pleaser – Corinne Day UK Vogue 2005

Corinne Day has always been one of those photographers I love — she has this playful girly approach to fashion photography that is light but oozes feeling and a certain sexiness you can’t quite put your finger on.

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are you going to glasto?

one of the largest and most eagerly anticipated music festivals in the world starts tomorrow – glastonbury!  located on worthy farm in pilton, glastonbury has been going on since 1970 – the day after jimi Hendrix died, to be exact.  it has come a long way since its first year, when attendance was only 1500 and the cost of entry was one pound (which included free milk from the farm). now there are too many artists playing to even list, and tickets are extremely hard to come by – but i can see why. it is definitely on my list of festivals that i must attend at some point in my life.

it reminds me of bonnaroo but on a much bigger scale – a farm that transforms into its own bohemian world of music, dancing, laughter and lights. and maybe some mud…



love that last photo…those girls have the right idea!

some of the many acts playing at this year’s glastonbury: gorillaz, muse, stevie wonder, flaming lips, phoenix, the national, lcd soundsystem, mgmt, grizzly bear, black keys, mumford & sons, the xx, julian casablancas, broken social scene, mos def, george clinton with parliament, toots & the maytals, loudon wainwright III, broken bells, local natives, beach house…and many, many more. sigh.

are you going? who are you excited to see? be our eyes and ears… and feel free to send photos to :)

top two images from the glastonbury scrapbook.