HUNGER’s MVP of the week

Welcome to HUNGER’s Most Valuable Player, the place to find the best things to buy, watch, do or listen to each week. Forget about the hype, we want to separate what’s hot, what’s not, and what needs to be on your radar…

While it may not be the scorching summer we’d all been clamouring for just yet, hopefully, this week’s MVP will manage to brighten your day just a little bit more. 

To kick things off we’ve got Iain R. Webb’s DRAWING FASHION: Sketchbooks from the edge of the catwalk. During the writer’s long-standing career in fashion, he’s drawn from the edge of catwalks at some of the most iconic shows to date. The exhibition features drawings of groundbreaking collections from Jean Paul Gaultier, Alexander, McQueen, CDG and many more. The exhibition is running now and will continue till August 6th.

Next up is UGG’s latest pride collection. The brand has unveiled its ‘FEEL HEARD’ campaign which sees them partner up with Switchboard, a charity that has been providing a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community and beyond since 1974. The colourful, summer-ready collection sees several pieces redesigned with the famous rainbow flag, including the Fluff Yeah Slides. 

As always there can only be one MVP and this week it’s the Fred Perry: A British Icon exhibition that takes the cake. The exhibition celebrates 70 years of the iconic Fred Perry polo shirt and explores the legacy of one of Britain’s most enduring sportswear brands. What’s even better is that it’s completely free, so why not head down to the Design Museum and get a big dose of some good old-fashioned British culture. The exhibition will run from today (10th June) till the 19th June.

  • Writer Chris Saunders

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