With the Eurovision final just around the corner, it’s time to start planning your watch parties – and what better way to do that than in the comfort of an Everyman cinema? Taking place on Saturday 13th May, Everyman will be hosting watch parties at 35 of its cinemas across London, Bristol, Cardiff, Liverpool, York, Leeds and Edinburgh. So don’t sweat if you missed out on tickets, we’re sure the popcorn will more than make up for it. Tickets are now available to purchase here.
Next, New York based premium audio brand Master & Dynamic have teamed up with Lamborghini to create a co-branded range of headphones and earphones. The collection presents MW75 Active Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones, MG20 Wireless Gaming Headphones, and MW08 Sport True Wireless Earphones, incorporating signature Lamborghini design elements into a range of high-tech sound tools. collaboration features custom designs of the MW75 headphones and MW08 earphones which reflect the bold, high-contrast design language of Lamborghini and the iconic “Y” pattern on the glass faceplates. The MG20 gaming headphones styling takes cues from the colours of Lamborghini super sports cars and features lambskin leather and a unique sapphire glass faceplate. The collection is now available at MasterDynamic.com, MasterDynamic.co.uk, MasterDynamic.eu, and lamborghinistore.com.
Luxury London streetwear brand Aries have partnered with Umbro for a second installment of their collaboration, and this time they are pioneering rugby-core. With the collection inspired by the mud-stained nature of the sport, the two brands have tapped into the nostalgia that rugby brings, featuring 2 classic shirts, cotton drill track pants, and shorts, as well as neon and deep navy rugby socks. Sun-bleached fades meet embroidered graphics, as vintage undertones narrate British youth culture at its finest. The campaign has also been shot by award-winning photographer Elaine Constantine, who cast local East London rugby teams from Hackney as her models. The collection will be available to buy on the 10th of May at Aries online.
Finally, on July 6th, Breathing Space: Iranian Women Photographers (Thames & Hudson) – a book showcasing the work of twenty-three women photographers from Iran and their diverse approaches to their craft – will be released. Breathing Space features the photographers exploring different perspectives on Iran across a range of photographic styles and practices across three generations – from the 1979 Islamic revolution to the modern day, where women are still fighting for their ability to live freely.