Monthly Archives: July 2012
Camden Market is actually a collection of several large markets within Camden Town. The individual markets are Camden Lock, The Stables, Canal Market, Buck Street Market, Inverness Street market and the electric ballroom.
Due to the large number of visitors to the market, Camden town tube station is only open to incoming passengers on a Sunday afternoon.
Camden Lock Market is situated by the Regent’s canal and the nearest tube stations are Camden Lock and Chalk Farm. This market is London’s fourth largest attraction with approximately 100,000 people exploring the eclectic mix of stalls every weekend.
There is such a range of goods on offer that there really is something for everyone including fashion and vintage, jewellery, shoes and accessories, home and decoration, gifts games and hobbies, music, books and film, art and photography, health treatments, food and drink.
There are no chain stores at Camden market which guarantees that you will find something unique and different.
THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF SHORTS
1932 Alice Marble serves up the world’s first ladies’ tennis shorts.
1935 Pinup queen Betty Grable makes shorts seem vampy, even while cycling.
1954 Audrey Hepburn lends respect-ability to the style.
1974 Bjorn Borg’s tighty-whities inspire the first tennis groupies.
1976 Martha Stewart makes a risque style decision with her denim onesie.
1988 Richard Simmons’s super-short style is enough to have him benched.
1989 Demi Moore deserved no awards the year she wore these to the Oscars.
1991 Axl Rose proves there’s a way to desecrate Old Glory without burning it.
2001 Rappers like Big Boi of Outkast bring shorts to new lows.
2008 Kate Moss takes the passe denim cutoff and makes it chic.
2009 Dolce & Gabbana was just one of the many labels showing shorts this spring.VIEW SOURCE & READ ARTICLE:THE STRANGE HISTORY OF SHORTS (SOURCE: magazine.wsj.com)
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