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Entertainment 06 Apr 2023

Happy Friday Folks! Here is a wrap-up of this week’s art x fashion news for y’all to digest before the long Easter weekend!

Angelica Jopling Launches a New Gallery Space in Marylebone, London

Angelica Jopling, daughter of White Cube Gallery founder Jay Jopling, has launched a new gallery space called Incubator in Marylebone, London. The venue was previously known for holding pop-up solo shows around Soho, but this marks its first permanent location. The gallery will open seasonally with two-week-long exhibitions. Angelica commented that it is “totally siloed” from her father’s business. This is an exciting development for the young curator/dealer and we can’t wait to see what Incubator has in store.

Fashion News: Mugler x H&M Collaboration Lookbook Revealed

We were recently given a sneak peek at the Mugler x H&M collaboration lookbook, which pays tribute to Manfred Thierry Mugler’s legacy and impact on modern fashion. The collection features oversized shoulders, cinched waists, leather silhouettes, form-flattering catsuits, and more. The Mugler x H&M collection will be available to shop on H&M’s website and in select stores beginning May 11. Get ready to make a statement with these avant-garde pieces.

Vogue Philippines Features 106-Year-Old Tattoo Artist on Cover

The recent Asian Vogue covers have been nothing short of extraordinary, with the April 2023 cover of Vogue Philippines featuring 106-year-old Apo Whang-Od, one of the last practitioners of Batok, the centuries-old practice of indigenous tattooing. Apo Maria “Whang-Od” Oggay symbolizes the strength and beauty of the Filipino spirit. This cover is a beautiful celebration of traditional art forms and an inspiring message of inclusivity in the fashion industry.

Gender Pay Gap in the Art World: Bonhams Makes Progress, Christie’s and Sotheby’s Lag Behind

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The gender pay gap in the world of art is an indisputable fact, but recent news from Bonhams shows signs of improvement. The auction house announced that its pay gap for 2022 has narrowed, with women being paid 92 pence ($1.15) for every £1 ($1.25) that men earn. This represents a 39 percent improvement from 2021 and is a step in the right direction. However, it’s not all great news – Christie’s and Sotheby’s still lag behind, with both houses’ stats showing that gender pay conditions have worsened since 2020. There is still much work to be done to achieve true gender equality in the art world.

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