Around The World In 50 Lipsticks
This month at Heathrow Airport you might stumble upon a 20ft sculpture of the Statue of Liberty in Terminal 5 made using bright red lipstick, chosen as New York’s most popular shade in a report by beauty expert Alice Hart-Davis. The report revealed the most popular lipstick shades in 50 cities across the world. Aswell as the statue they also have commissioned a micro-sculpture to carve miniature world landmarks into actual lipsticks including Big Ben, Burj Khalifa and the Eiffel Tower. You can also vote to win a lipstick a day.
Find it at Terminal 5, Heathrow Airport
Kopparberg Urban Forest returns to East London
Kopparberg’s Urban Forest pop-up festival returns to East London from the 10th June until the 12th July. The festival will see a handful of DJs and live music perform, with street food and of course delicious drinks from Kopparberg all in Hackney Wick. The line-up so far includes Katy B, Miss Dynamite, Chromeo, Slow Club, Submotion Orchestra, The Cuban Brothers, Trevor Nelson, Norman Jay, DJ Yoda, Citizens and many more! Street food and drinks will be provided from Frozen Fruit Cider Bar, Le Bun, Mama’s Jerk Station and Buffalo Joe’s. The festival is free and open to over 18’s only, every Wednesday to Sunday.
For more info visit www.kopparbergurbanforest.com.
Patek Philippe Watch Art Exhibition
If you are a fan of watches then make sure to visit the Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand exhibition. The exhibition will celebrate Patek Philippe’s tradition of high-precision watch manufacturing, an insight into the company’s 175 year history as well as its heritage in the domain of haute horlogerie. Visitors will have the opportunity to discover the world of the last privately family owned Geneva watch company from the inside. It’s free of charge to visit and will run until the 7th of June. Open weekdays and Saturdays 9am – 7pm and Sunday 10am – 6pm. No booking or tickets required.
Find it at the Saatchi Gallery, Duke Of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London SW3 4RY
Simone Krok’s Paradise Lost Exhibition
Artist Simone Krok exhibition, Paradise Lost opens on the 5th of June until the 18th at the Waterloo Gallery 223. Paradise Lost will feature a series of extraordinary and elaborate sculptures inspired by ancient religious traditions. The works explore themes around creation, the fall of man, the loss of human innocence, the transition into violence and the precarious nature of human free will.
Find it at Gallery 223, 137-139 Lower Marsh Street London, SE1 7AE.
SECRET CINEMA Presents Star Wars : The Empire Strikes Back
Starting this week from the 4th of June – 27th September Secret Cinema returns with Star Wars : The Empire Strikes Back in a secret London location. There will also be a Secret Nightclub which will be inspired by the theme. Nightlife seekers will be given mysterious instructions such as dress code and props guidelines. The location will be discoverable only through a telephone line. With live music and sets from special secret DJs.
For more info on both events visit www.secretcinema.org.