New Sounds New Styles Magazine November 1981 Duran Duran without poster
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New Sounds New Styles Magazine November 1981 Duran Duran without posterNew Sounds New Styles Magazine Nov 1981 no 5
COVER PHOTO: Simon le Bon in New York by Larry Williams.
KAHN & BELL
Birmingham's answer to Saville Row is Hurst Street, where traditional tailors Kahn and Bell ply their time-honoured trade, creating sensible suiting for those with a taste for the understated (some mistake here, surely? Ed)
Japan consistently tops readers' requests, so Jessamy Catkin has assembled a portrait of the music and method of those inscrutable men with oriental leanings.
SON OF POP GROUP
In the irreverent potpourri of pop, the name Pop Group stood for eclectic, chaotic and joyous. The Pop Group died, but its mutant offspring lives on. Dave Rimmer taps his feet as the beatnik) goes on.
Not content to have swept these shores, the Durans embarked on a highly successful debut tour of America. Stephen Saban reports from New York while Larry Williams takes the pics.
What makes a good night? What makes a good club ?Andrew Leslie's special Nightclubbing illustration leeds you into a feature which has David Johnson asking those who should know.
Deanne Pearson tells the tale of a foursome who like playing football with a rugby ball. What? it's just pure entertainment.
KIPPER KIPPER KIPPER
Handpainted 41% "wide bellywarmers provide the look that zoots the moment. Our team of Graham Smiths tie up the tale.
SO YOU WANT TO BE A DANCER?
From Torso to Torque, Hot Gossip to Sponooch, follow the steps from the Pineapple to Studio 54, from dance floor to dance star.
Lizzy Mercier Descloux, formerly ZE's French connection, tells of the trials and tribulations of being gallic and groovy, plus, we scribble the score on Scritti Politti's new-found pop sensibility.
P.I. Harry Cool of Dicks Inc digs deep into the shady dealings of the nightclub Cosa Nostra and comes up against the Taffia ..
Q: WHAT IS ENTERTAINMENT?
Martin Kemp thinks it's sun, Jim Kerr agrees it shines while cats appear to believe it's human beings.
FASHION SHOW: AXIOM
Laura Hardy reports on the new collection of London's collective of style.
Landscape in space: Dave Rimmer catches the sparse style of a morning in the Burgess abode as AT HOME heads for Camberwell.
THE JACKSONS/ ABC
"In my hand I hold three letters, A-B-C" The Radical Dance Faction meets the Jacksons, funk UK collides with funk USA as we feature the established and the new.
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