Time Out Magazine No 1261 1994 Class War Fashion/Street Style John Travolta
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Time Out Magazine No 1261 1994 Class War Fashion/Street Style John TravoltaTime Out MAGAZINE No 1261 October 19-26 1994
Check out London's new tribal fashions (page 25) as the V&A prepares to open its street style retrospective (page 14).
Hotshots 4 All the highlights of the next eight days in just six pages! This week, Miranda Sawyer on phone sex, a disillusioned dispatch from Prague, and the inventor of the perfect fire extinguisher. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson. Out Of Order 12 In the run-up to the biggest ever clampdown on civil liberties, anti-State feelings are running higher than ever. But what does it mean to be an anarchist in 1994? Julian Kossoff investigates. Cover Story Gutter Snipes 14 As the V&A hosts a major exhibition into street style, Andrew Tuck queries whether it's still true that you can see more fashion talent on the streets of London than on the catwalks.
Back With A Bang 18
Of all the surprises in Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction', the biggest is the towering performance of low-life leading man John Travolta. Steven Daly reports on a remarkable resurrection. Up And Down Under 20 Australian Mal MeningaIs the king of rugby league. As his `Kangaroos' prepare to take on Great Britain at Wembley, Andrew Shields tackles him about the future of the oval-ball game. Prize Fights 22 - After many hours' heated debate in a darkened room, our experts have decided on the winners-of this year's TO awards for Theatre, Comedy and Dance. Hell's Angel 24 . Claude Chabrol's `L'Enfer' is a remake with a difference — because the original was never completed. Tom Charity meets the man who's rescued Henri-George Clouzot's project from oblivion. Offers 177 It's a bonanza for film fans as the London Film Festival hoves into view: we have tickets, wine, posters and TO film guides to be won. Plus tickets for the Skin 2 rubber ball. Last Word 178 Letters and The Wimp.
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