The Fashion Audit: Billy Boy, Massage Candles, Atlanta Weller and Bond's booty
What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...
We Love: Billy Boy
The beloved octogenarian photographer behind The New York Times' much-admired street-style section takes his turn in front of the camera in this must-see documentary.
Bill Cunningham New York, zeitgeistfilms.com
We're not sure about: Wax on
Perhaps The Audit is missing a trick here, but the new trend for massage candles has some very 9 Weeks connotations that sound – quite frankly – dangerously painful without crystal-clear instructions.
We're buying: Lost in Atlanta
With collaborations with Gareth Pugh and Henry Holland under her belt, Cordwainers College graduate Atalanta Weller is no stranger to strong design motifs. Her exclusive new collaboration with Urban Outfitters, featuring five covetable designs, launches today.
From £195, urbanoutfitters.co.uk
We can't wait for: Bond's booty
Charting a half century of the smooth spy – and his lovers – on the silver screen this exhibition will feature iconic costumes including the work Hubert de Givenchy, Muiccia Prada and Oscar de la Renta.
From 6 July, barbican.org.uk
We can't wait for: Scouting for style
Glamour is upping the relationship ante with a competition to find the best-dressed couple in Britain. With a prize of £20,000 to spend on my-wardrobe.com for the winner, it would surely be worth a singleton's while to hire a ringer.
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