Time Out Magazine No 1281 1995 March Adam Ant Jane Berkin London Fashion Week
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Time Out Magazine No 1281 1995 March Adam Ant Jane Berkin London Fashion WeekTime Out MAGAZINE No 1281 1995 March 8-15 March Adam Ant Jane Berkin London Fashion Week.
The complete guide to the next eight days in London
Hotshots 4 Six pages of fun, facts and futility; featuring a coffin painter, Dispatches from New York, the return of the safari suit and an early morning with Miranda Sawyer. Edited by Elaine Paterson. News 13 Plus Martin Rowson. Judgment Daze 14 Craig Charles has walked free, but for ten days he held a select audience captive. Jon Ronson tells the truth and nothing but the truth about the circus surrounding our very own mini-OJ trial. Troy Tempest 18 As Jane Birkin prepares to take to the stage in her native Britain for the first time in over 20 years, James Christopher asks her about bonding, branching out and her fear of failure in 'Women of Troy'.
Crude Awakening 20
After intelligent films like Diner', why did director Barry Levinson turn to tacky titillation with sexual harassment thriller 'Disclosure'? Tom Charity asks him to reveal all.
Madam I'm Adam 24
Dandy highwayman Adam Ant celebrates the release of his new album with a few reflections on fashions past, present and future. Laura Lee Davies listens in on her Prince Charming. Offers 169 Free tickets for Paul Newman's new film, win tickets to see the artist formerly known as Prince, or brew yourself a new beet down at the Flyman & Firkin. Last Word 170 Letters and The Wimp.
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