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New Club Kids: London Party Fashion in the Noughties Paperback – Illustrated, 30 Apr 2011

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Product details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Prestel; 01 edition (30 April 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3791345540
  • ISBN-13: 978-3791345543
  • Product Dimensions: 19.1 x 13.3 x 2.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Encircled by a baying crowd brandishing camera phones, London's clubland elite is negotiating the velvet rope...photographer Oggy Yordanov...has spent the past decade snapping them for his book... --The Sunday Times Style, June 2011

Even former Misshapes regulars can't compare to the flamboyancy and inventiveness of London's underground, where the only rule might be that over-the-top makeup and kitschy accessories are never enough. --New York Times, May 2011

Anyone of a feasibly parental age will be rolling their eyes at the outfits, but that just proves you're doing it right. 'Gurl'. --Gay Times, April 2011

About the Author

Oggy Yordanov is a Bulgarian-born photographer who has lived in London's Soho district since 2001. As a party kid himself he was inspired by the exuberance and avant-garde fashion of the London club underground.

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This is a brilliant coffee table book. The photographs are beautifully shot and give a wonderful insight into the amazing world of the underground art clubs of London.

The costumes worn by the clubbers are astounding and it's fascinating to see how much effort has gone into each outfit. The photographer has compiled a great document of a really exciting time in music and clubbing - the early to late noughties.

The clothes worn by the people depicted here are clearly inspired by the new romantic period of the 1980's and performance artists of that time, such as Leigh Bowery and therefore make great subjects for a stunning collection of photographs.

Would definitely recommend 'New Club Kids' if you love fashion/art/music.
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Prepare to enter a world of incredible and truly unique London scene full of glamour, exuberance and artistry. For me, as a stylist, this book is a little Pandora Box full of everything from tasteful style to trashy, weird fashions that exude personality, originality, extravagance, and most of all - uniqueness. I am very glad to have it and recommend it to all my friends and fellow colleagues. What a great idea! I'm thankful for it!
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Simply love it! It's showing all the crazy people on the London party scene and the outfits, the make up, hair pieces, all those amazing creations they do just to stand out in the crowd...It's really impressive. I love it and of course, I recommend it to everyone who is a creative person. Make-up artists, stylists, designers, performers and all artistic people will find so much inspiration in these pictures... wow!
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a bit disappointing really. the snaps are not that inspiring. i was expeciting shots of amazing clothes and make up - and there are some in there - but it looks overall more like someone has been snapping his mates on a night out.
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so glad to see there are still people who dress up to go out, love the drama and creativity behind every look
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