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The cover for “Journal For Plague Lovers” (pictured) depicts a girl seemingly with a bloody and battered face and has been painted by acclaimed artist Jenny Saville.
Sainsburys, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons have all refused to stock it with the original image, as Nicola Williamson, music buyer for Sainsbury’s explained: “We felt that some customers might consider this particular album cover to be inappropriate if it were prominently displayed on the shelf. “
Eau de Nil Trellick Skirt
Designed exclusively for Clothkits by People Will Always Need Plates.
The heritage of Clothkits spans 40 years, having been originally set up in 1968 by Anne Kennedy. After a period of hibernation the Sussex based firm have returned with a fresh new collection of gorgeous outfits for you to cut and sew at home. Clothkits make it easy for you to make beautiful quality, well designed clothes without the fuss of paper patterns.
The SCDF is a non-profit organisation run for and by designers and creatives from all disciplines.
What is the SCDF?
Its aims are simple, but potentially far reaching:
- To provide support, awareness and network channels for the South Coast as an area rich in designers, architects and creatives of all kinds.
- To generate an authoritative and respected body whose skills are recognised and called upon by local authorities and business.
- To provide strong links with education establishments to further raise standards and help create jobs for graduates and students.
- To highlight these skills through the running of competitions and exhibitions.
- To generally raise the awareness and expectations of the South Coast, to turn it about to face the future, whilst acknowledging the historical context of time and place.
- To find local and regional solutions to improving the built environment, to incorporate new housing and businesses in a sustainable manner.
- To look at the wider implications of climate change and energy decline, to seek solutions that provide viable and sustainable methods of working and living.
Employer engagement is now regarded as an integral element of the student experience in Higher Education, and the aim of this ‘swap-shop’ is to showcase examples of best practice in using employer engagement to enhance learning and teaching.
The focus of the event is on the demonstrable utilisation of employer engagement in indicative areas such as learning and teaching, module design, work placement, work-based learning, guest speakers, research and consultancy, and assessment.
The aim is to showcase a range of practical examples and therefore sessions will be limited to a maximum of 15 minutes. A provisional programme for the conference is outlined below.