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in this special creative limeted edition of “Re.” we take a look at our most membrable childhood stories and passtimes to good old british humour. still kids at heart we have grown up surrounded by inspiring imaginative authors and very influencial and sometimes contradicting british tellevision shows to the subliminal advertising of a green world. with up and coming talent developing these into inspiring fashion editorials. using items from high street, to charity shops to special hand made peices just for “Re.”. we introduce erode a new design collective pushing the boundries on the concept of ‘green‘ fashion and art. OLIVIA WRIGHT. creativedirector & e d i t o r .


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eastlondodons up and coming talent have contributed to this issue of “ R e . “ m a g a z i n e our first issue exploring child hood memories and the most influencial writer in childrens storeys is lead by myself. olivia wright stylist and creative director of the magazine. for the past 5 months along with our main photographer mariell amelie & main makeup artist ole elias hove, we make up about 60% of the editorials in this magazine as a team. my thanks goes out to them....

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i·mag·ine (-mjn) v. i·mag·ined, i·mag·in·ing, i·mag·ines v.tr.1. To form a mental picture or image of. 2. To think; conjecture: I imagine you’re right. 3. To have a notion of or about without adequate foundation; fancy: She imagines herself to be a true artist.v.intr. 1. To employ the imagination.2. To make a guess; conjecture. [Middle English imaginen, from Old French imaginer, from Latin imginr, from img, imgin-, image; see aim- in Indo-European roots.] i·magin·er n.

i m a g i n e 1. (when tr, may take a clause as object) to form a mental image of 2. (when tr, may take a clause as object) to think, believe, or guess 3. (tr; takes a clause as object) to suppose; assume I imagine he’ll come 4. (tr; takes a clause as object) to believe or assume without foundation he imagines he knows the whole story 5. an archaic word for plot1 sentence substitute Also imagine that! an exclamation of surprise [from Latin im!gin!r" to fancy, picture m e n t a l l y, f r o m im!g# likeness; see image]



ahlsream� t we n ty years after his death we remember one of the most intruigingly inpiring authors of our time

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roald dahl was born to norwegian parents on the 13th September 1916 in llandaff, cardiff, wales. dahl was named after the polar explorer roald amundsen, a national hero in Norway at the time. which he became a flying ace and intelligence agent, rising to the rank of wing commander. He rose to prominence in the 1940s with works for both children and adults, and became one of the world’s bestselling authors. his short stories are known for their unexpected endings, and his children’s books for their unsentimental, often very dark humour. it is these stories that have influenced us from very young. In comparison to disney, where even though there is a happy ending not until adults do we realize there is something not quite right about them. dahl’s book give us that dreamworld and escape we are looking for as children, a story in which our minds can wander and imaginations unravel, yet his tales also kept the chilling factor of reality quite close at hand. dahl’s childrens workds are usually

usually told from the point of view of a child and typically involve adult vilans of villainesses who hate and mistreat children. these stock characters are possibly a reference to the abuse that dahl stated that he experienced in the boarding schools he attended. they usually contain a lot of black humour and grotesque scenarios, including gruesome violence. the witches, george’s marvellous medicine and matilda are examples of this formula. the bfg follows it in a more analogous way with the good giant (the bfg or “big friendly giant”) representing the “good adult” archetype and the other giants being the “bad adults”. this formula is also somewhat evident in Dahl’s film script for chitty chitty bang bang. class-conscious themes – ranging from the thinly veiled to the blatant – also surface in works such as fantastic mr fox and danny, the champion of the world. dahl also features in his books characters that are very fat, usually children. augustus gloop, bruce bogtrotter, and bruno jenkis



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“mother she was a great teller of tales. her memory was prodigious and nothing that ever happened to her in her life was forgotten.”

are a few of these characters, although an enormous woman named aunt sponge is featured in james and the giant peach and the nasty farmer boggis in fantastic mr fox features as an enormously fat character. all of these characters (with the possible exception of bruce bogtrotter) are either villains or simply unpleasant gluttons. they are usually punished for this: augustus gloop drinks from willy wonka’s chocolate river, dis-

regarding the adults who tell him not to, and falls in, getting sucked up a pipe and nearly being turned into fudge. bruce bogtrotter steals cake from the evil headmistress, miss trunchbull, and is forced to eat a gigantic chocolate cake in front of the school. bruno Jenkins is turned into a mouse by witches who lure him to their convention with the promise of chocolate and, it is speculated, possibly disowned or even killed by his parents

because of this. aunt influences stemmed dponge is flattened from his childhood. by a giant peach. in his dahl’s mother used younger days, he to tell him and his was an avid reader, sisters tales about especially awed trolls and other by fantastic tales mythical Norwe- of heroism and trigian creatures and umph. amongst some of his chil- his favourite audren’s books con- thors were rudyard tain references or kipling, william elements inspired thackeray, frederick by these stories, marryat and charles such as the giants dickens and their in ‘the bfg’, the fox works went on to family in ‘fanstas- make a lasting mark tic mr fox’ and the on his life and writtrolls in ‘the min- ing. dahl was also pins’, so not surpris- a huge fan of ghost ingly, a major part stories and claimed of dahl’s literary that the trolls by

jonas lie was one of the finest ghost stories ever written. in one interview he mentioned, “mother she was a great teller of tales. her memory was prodigious and nothing that ever happened to her in her life was forgotten.” when dahl started writing and publishing his famous books for children, he created a grandmother character the witches and later admitted that she was based directly on his own mother as a tribute.


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re·use (r-yz) tr.v. re·used, re·us·ing, re·us·es To use again, especially after salvaging or special treatment or processing. re·usa·bili·ty n. re·usa·ble adj. & n. re·use (-ys) n.

ThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms Verb 1. r e use - use again after processing; “We must recycle the cardboard boxes” reprocess, recycle apply, employ, use, utilise, utilize - put into service; make work or employ for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose; “use your head!”; “we only use Spanish at home”; “I can’t use this tool”; “Apply a magnetic field here”; “This thinking was applied to many projects”; “How do you utilize this tool?”; “I apply this rule to get good results”; “use the plastic bags to store the food”; “He doesn’t know how to use a computer” rehash - present or use over, with no or few changes reclaim, recover - reuse (materials from waste products)


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“ ” more than ever are we being bombarded with the ‘green issue’. the impact of pollution on the world and how we can help. one of the biggest littering problems has now risen as the distribution of free newspapers grow. morning and afternoon rush hour is full of the hustle bustle of newspaper boys hollering at passers by handing out free copies of the metro and evening standard. yet as trains filter out into quieter hours the mess that is left behind becomes a sight for sore eyes and quite simply an advertisement for british ignorance.

keep britain tidy has praised northern rail for a new campaign launched combating newspaper litter on trains. posters asking passengers to bin their papers rather than leave them strewn in carriages have gone up recent and northern rail is working in partnership with the metro newspaper which is handed out to passengers free at train stations across the country. every weekday 1.3 million copies of the Metro are distributed across the country to commuters making it the world’s largest free newspaper.


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“ ” unfortunately some of these copies end up as litter, which is why the steps taken by both the metro and northern rail is supported by the anti-litter charity keep britain tidy. passengers are encouraged to recycle their newspaper and are reminded that leaving the newspaper on the train does count as littering. the posters are part of a wider campaign to encourage recycling newspapers at train stations. northern rail and the metro will be installing paper recycling bins at manchester victoria with the potential to roll this out

to other train stations if the initiative proves successful. the design team at “Re.” have taken it upon themselves to collect up stranded newspapers and contribute to the recycling scheme in their own creative and initiative way. our head designer and stylist olivia wright has created one off pieces from the newspaper to show something beautiful can be done with if a little time and effort is taken to tidy up britian’s trains. keep britian tidy!


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“ the battle will forever continue with the contrasting views on animal rights. to eat meat. to wear fur. to test. e n s l a v e . c a p t u r e . and love? a n i m a l s . animal rights, also referred to as animal liberation, is the idea that the most basic interests of non-human animals should be afforded the same consideration as the similar interests of human beings. advocates approach the issue from different philosophical positions, but agree that animals should be viewed as non-human persons and members of the moral community, and should

� not be used as food, clothing, research subjects, or entertainment. They argue that human beings should stop seeing other sentient beings as property— not even as property to be treated kindly. the idea of awarding rights to animals has the support of legal scholars such as Alan Dershowitz and Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School, while Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby argued in 2008 that the movement had reached the stage the gay rights movement was at 25 years earlier. animal law is taught in 119 out of 180 law schools in the United States, in eight law schools in Canada, and is routinely covered in universities


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“ in philosophy or applied ethics courses. critics argue that animals are unable to enter into a social contract or make moral choices, and for that reason cannot be regarded as possessors of rights, a position summed up by the philosopher Roger Scruton, who writes that only humans have duties and therefore only humans have rights. a parallel argument is that there is nothing inherently wrong with using animals as resources so long there is no unnecessary suffering, a view known as the animal welfare position. there has also been criticism, including from within the animal rights movement itself, of certain forms

� of animal rights ac tivism, in particular the destruction of fur farms and animal laboratories by the Animal Liberation Front. when animal rights crosses over to fashion and beauty there is normal a very strong line between those who are for and those who are against this situation. the manipulation and mutation of animals for beauty as test objects is a tabboo that many make up companys have started to act against. Whereas in the fashon world the death of animals for furs and ivory is still accepted by some of the biggest names in fashion and cotourier is this something that you stand for? or is there another way around it?


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v. e·rod·ed, e·rod·ing, e·rodes v . t r . 1. To wear (something) away by or as if by abrasion: Waves eroded the shore. 2. To eat into; corrode. 3. To make or form by wearing away: The river eroded a deep valley. 4. To cause to diminish or deteriorate as if by eating into or wearing away: “Long enduring peace often erodes popular resolution” (C.L. Sulzberger). v . i n t r . To become worn or eaten away: The cliffs have eroded over the centuries. Public confidence in the administration eroded.

[Latin rdere, to gnaw off, eat away : -, ex-, ex+ rdere, to gnaw; see rd- in IndoEuropean roots.] e·rodi·bili·ty n. e·rodi·ble adj.


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Campaign for change

This is not a fair world. There’s wealth everywhere. So why do millions have to drink dirty, dangerous water? And why should millions more go hungry; without schools; or die of diseases we can prevent? People want justice, not handouts. That’s why we campaign for change, as well as working with poor communities for a better future. Our experience tells us to pile on the pressure, day in, day out. So we’re working at every level - from local to global - getting

to give people more control over their future? answer is basic too. Belief – belief that in a wealthy world poverty is unjustifiable, and can be prevented. Belief that injustice must be challenged. And belief that with the right help, poor people themselves can change their lives for the better, for good. Believe it – then achieve it Everyone has the right to a life worth living – and to the basic things that make one possible. This belief shapes everything we do.

oxfam&fashion poor people heard, challenging decisions by leaders whenever we see the developing world’s interests under fire. Poverty is preventable. Time to campaign with us? Campaigning to shout about It takes all sorts, and all kinds of action, to get decision-makers to listen – and actually do something. So go on. Make a dent in poverty, any way you can …

it’s a basic question, but a good one. Why does Oxfam bother? Why put so much energy into saving lives, campaigning for change, and develop developing projects

STILL on the trail of reinvention, Oxfam is re-launching its Camden store - with the help of expert salvage stylist Mrs Jones - unveiling it as the ultimate fashion resource for the notoriously avant-garde locals; Oxfam D.I.Y. Mrs Jones - who has styled acts including The Killers, Kylie, Scissor Sisters and Goldfrapp - will be hosting an exclusive series of workshops in the Camden store this Saturday, to style Oxfam’s shoppers using the pieces available in the store www.oxfam.org.uk



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re·mem·ber·ing, re·mem·bers v . t r . 1 . a. To recall to the mind with effort; think of again: I finally remembered the address. b. To recall or become aware of suddenly or spontaneously: Then I remembered that today is your birthday. 2. To retain in the memory: Remember your appointment. 3. To keep (someone) in mind as worthy of consideration or recognition. 4. To reward with a gift or tip. 5. To give greetings from: Remember me to your family. 6. Engineering To return to (an original shape or form) after being deformed or altered. 7. Electronics To carry out (a programmed or preset activity). 8. Archaic To remind. v . i n t r . To have or use the power of memory. [Middle English remembren, from Old French remembrer, from Latin rememorr, to remember again : re, re- + memor, mindful; see (s)mer-1 in Indo-European roots.] re·member·a·bili·ty n. re·member·a·ble adj. re·member·er n. Synonyms: remember, recall, recollect These verbs mean to bring an image or a thought back to the mind: can’t remember his name; recalling her kindness; recollected the events leading to the accident. Antonym: forget


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with the “Re.” team on roald dahl.. . ru n n i ng through the forest, attacked by stinging nettles! d e a r hearding. we went through it al to bring you the most romantic dreamy yet slighlty suprising fashion

editorial based on the wonderfully facinating roald dahl.

our models fran and georgina had a fright when pigs noses

appeared and we had them climbing trees!! we all had a great

laugh when elias transf o r m e d into a dear!


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illustration. .in preporation for our beauty shoot with the little girls..

i prepare the headdresses and create some interesting ink illustrations. after a mad day sourcing models in londons westfeilds shopping centre we wait for the closing of the tiny make up store. here we set up studio and along with parents prepare the girls for dress up. to have skin like theirs i can only dream!


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when ignorence equals bliss.

a f t e r d o i n g a good deed and collecting up the n e w s papers.

that have been strewn across the train carrages during

rush hour . we fold, pleate, tube cut and glue to make some interesting and quite pretty paper peices. the illustrations here show some of the ideas that were thrown around before actualy getting down to making them. again some messy ink.



propmaking. .backstage on ‘laurel meets the marx’.

craig was stripping off in all sorts of back streets in brick lane. being tied to bollards and trying to ride a bike with flat tyres was half the fun! messy prop making is allways makes for some interesting photos. after finding it difficult to come across some broken pianno keys we fashioned some out of broken wood and a hell of a alot of paint.


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