What’s Hot – 26/08/22
Another week, another What’s Hot. We know, a weekly treat delivered straight to your LinkedIn #blessed. Sidebar but do check out the LinkedIn viral post generator complete with cringe controls doing the round at the moment, if you have ever been left wanting to scratch your eyeballs after reading a LI post, this one’s for you.
Anyway, back to business. So what do we have in store for you this week? Well to quote one of the great philosophic collectives of our time, Salt ‘n’ Pepa, Let’s Talk About Sex..sexy nails, men, Shakespeare adaptations and well, The Museum of Sex. You. are. welcome.
Supreme, once again reigns supreme
We all know, and love, well maybe not love but certainly know, Supreme, the streetwear brand. Once again, the brand is expanding its empire, and this time it’s truly ‘nailed it, pun very much intended.
Back in 2020 Supreme teamed up with Pat Mcgrath to launch a limited-edition lipstick, in the signature Supreme red – iconic right? Well, Pat is back and teaming up with Supreme to create a line of nail polishes, a first for both brands and exciting for all.
The new venture, that is set to have all our nails glistening, will consist of three colours, these being red, black, and white, some may say minimalist, some may ask ‘is that it?’, we say amazing. The polish itself is said to be long-lasting and full of shine and to be honest we wouldn’t expect any less.
This three-piece set and decals will be sold exclusively through Supreme. HOWEVER, no pricing has been released but we’re pretty sure it won’t be cheap. Pat McGrath Labs has recommended keeping a close eye on their Instagram for all the details, but don’t worry we can do that for you.
So, if like us at Fever you’re a fan of a fresh set of nails, get ready, because this collab between the beauty giant and one of the leading go to hype brands is set to wow us all – fingers crossed we’ll be writing our next blog posts with glistening Supreme red nails.
Paul Mescal continues his streak as everyone’s dream boy in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’
Irish heartthrob Paul Mescal really made his mark as the sensitive dream boy desired by girls and guys across the country in BBC’s ‘Normal People’.
So Mescal Mafia this one is for you – it’s been announced he will be heading to London’s theatreland for the first time since 2018, starring in the West End production of Tennesse William’s ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ beginning his run in December.
Mescal will play the violent antagonist brother-in-law Stanley Kowlaski, which is the complete opposite of who Connell was. However, we’re not worried… he’s a talented actor and we’re excited to see him in an entirely new type of role ( and just excited to see him to be honest).
Transport yourself to fair Verona
Completely immerse yourself in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo+Juliet this weekend, as Backyard Cinema is back with its sell-out showing of Romeo+Juilet at the Union Chapel in Islington.
Screened in a stunning church that looks just like the one from this iconic film, you can enjoy this classic (and Leonardo DiCaprio), under beautiful stained-glass windows, surrounded by candles and neon lighting. Not only will you feel like you have stepped straight into the film, the Some Voices choir will perform live versions of the movie soundtrack before and after the film.
If you’re a fan of the movie, it’s not to be missed! It’s the last weekend of the showing and tickets are limited, so run, don’t walk friends.
Saucy September incoming! The Museum of Sex Objects returns to London next month
If you were looking for ways to spice up your September plans, then the Museum of Sex Objects is positively perfect for you! Coming to London next month, the Museum will be bringing its collection of toe-curling curiosities to The Horse Hospital in Russell Square. Run by curator Deborah Sim, known as ‘The Keeper’, the collection presents a plethora of phallic/non-phallic items of sex, covering 2,000 years of gender, identity and sexuality. Prepare to have your mind blown.
You will be happy to hear this will be a free event, run between Sept 3-29, with some extra events ticketed. You can find out more here.
Happy Bank Holiday Peeps! And if you are off to Carnival, see you there.