No, I didn’t make a mistake making both first letters capital. Because Club Kids is the name of a new book documenting the London nightlife from whenever it started to now. Well I actually don’t know much about the book more than what I got from the PR paper, so here it is:
Club Kids: From Speakeasies to Boombox and Beyond is a lavish photographic and literary journey exploring how nightlife has evolved over 20th and 21st centuries. The book implicitly questions the dismissal of those showcasing the latest youth culture, and celebrates the nighttime glitterati not only as photogenic freaks, but as cultural pioneers and social innovators.
I take it as fortunate that I got to be at the launching party of the book, since apparently it was the night that revived what used to be known as Boombox, unarguably London’s most celebrated fashion party (from what I heard, because I came to London too late and totally missed out, duh).
Take a look.
Rite. How’s your week going so far? And how are you enjoying Obama’s victory so far? People say that changes are flying in the wind, but I doubt I’d feel any changes in the London wind, so yah.