Noir! # 6, Friday 14th May... our biggest yet.

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Join us for Noir! # 6, a grand fashion show featuring new designs by rogue milliner James Faulkner and luxury cashmere with an edge by Belinda Robertson.

Art, live music, macabre puppetry and djs on all night.

Doors, 7.30pm £15/£11 student (includes complimentary cocktail + entry to after party at ‘Below Stairs’)
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Tickets available prior to the event through Hawke & Hunter or the door.

James Faulkner, recently featured in the Telegraph, the Evening News, STV and NY Magazine, amongst others will be showing 30+ new pieces, some of which have been made from the road kill he collects on the Highways and byways of Scotland. Dubbed ‘the rogue milliner’, Faulkner has been gaining a huge reputation for work that is bold, edgy and absolutely recycled! This will be Faulkner’s first full show.

Belinda Robertson needs no introduction. Her timeless cashmere pieces have long been respected worldwide. We will showcase a selection of the newest pieces to come out of the studio and are excited to be combining the classic sensual beauty of her designs with Faulkner’s outlandish millinery.

Live music on the night will come via exciting new two-piece 'Top Hat' fronted by the fabulous Asta and an exclusive acoustic set by 'The Little Kicks Unplugged'.

On the decks all night will be the top Glasgow dj, Craig Moogroove (Solardisco) who rocked Noir! # 5 at SWG3 in Glasgow.

We will also be showing a fantastic brand new video installation by Rachel Maclean.

Hair by the fantastic:

Make up by Noir!'s favourite:

Sculpture by the innovative Kevin Thornton

Working closely with young precocious talent and combining it with established market leaders is core to the Noir! philosophy. We hope to allow you to see the familiar in an entirely new way while showcasing the best new local talent at the same time, giving you a window to what is to come.

Expect new music, art, the best in Scottish fashion and an extra dose of irreverent fun.


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