Loads of cool stuff at DSM London tonight in celebration of Photo London

Product launches, Installations, special events, book signings throughout DSM to celebrate Photo London 2017 details below:

Comme des Garçons Homme Plus x Fornasetti
Special installation on Ground Floor featuring Comme des Garçons Homme Plus x Fornasetti furniture.

“Private Image”
IDEA will launch “Private Image”, a book of previously unseen Polaroids, with a signing by Jeannette Lee (Rough Trade) and the book’s editor, Jarvis Cocker, at 6.30pm in The Golden Room.

IDEA x Juergen Teller
IDEA will present for one night only a Juergen Teller Minishop. The Ground Floor will host the biggest selection of rare and out of print Juergen Teller books ever assembled, together with the return of the counter-iconic IDEA “Juergen” bag, and a poster print of Teller’s “Smiling Ed, London” (2005) in an edition of 100.

The Museum Shop
For a very special project with the National Portrait Gallery, five emerging London based photographers have been invited to respond to the National Portrait Gallery collection and the building. The results will be available to purchase in the form of Museum merchandise such as fridge magnets, coasters, compact mirrors and tea towels.

Paul Smith x Martin Parr
Paul and Martin have designed a selection of swimwear and soft accessories together that are light-hearted and humour-filled, reflective of both the designer’s and the photographer’s shared spirit, launching in the Paul Smith space in the Basement.

Magnum Photos x Richardson x DSM
Magnum Photos and Richardson have collaborated to create a capsule collection of printed T-shirts to be sold exclusively via Dover Street Market around the themes of protest and resistance.

Dazed & Confused
Photographic postcard sets from cover shoots from the Dazed Spring Summer 2017 issue by Vivienne Sassen and Charlotte Wales will be available to pick up as complimentary gifts.

Molly Goddard
Molly will be launching a photo zine in her space on the Third Floor with curated backstage imagery from her AW17 show.

Repossi
Repossi and IDEA will launch their new collaborative photo book “Alternating Rose & Gold”, with a signing by Gaia Repossi and Jeremy Everett at 6pm on the Ground Floor.

Simone Rocha
Simone will launch a collection of special T-shirts in her space which feature an image from the photographic series “Flowers and Cars” – a long-running collaborative project between Simone Rocha and Jacob Lillis.

True
True Photo Journal Issue Four will launch in the IDEA space in the Basement. True is a photography journal showcasing the unpublished personal projects of established and emerging photographers.

Delfina Delettrez
An exclusive collection of brooches by Delfina Delettrez will be launching within the jewellery Event Space.

J.W. Anderson
Signed copies of the J.W. Anderson “Disobedient Bodies” catalogue – a book which brings together all of the pieces of sculpture, fashion photography and art that are on display in the Hepworth Wakefield exhibition – will be available within the J.W. Anderson space on First Floor.

Raf Simons x Mapplethorpe
A special display of Raf Simons x Mapplethorpe T-shirts will be found within Raf’s space on Second Floor.

Loewe
Limited edition book self-published by Loewe will launch on Second Floor. The book is a visual history of the brand spanning its past, present and future.

Thursday 18th May Dover Street Market london.doverstreetmarket.com

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the founder and editor of FAD magazine, a curation of the world’s most interesting culture, and Creative Director of FAD Agency, a strategy & creative agency working with brands to solve business problems using cultural tools. www.fad.agency In 2008 following his passion for art he founded what has grown to become FAD magazine. FAD magazine is internationally recognized as a key figure within the emerging and contemporary art world, and has been selected as official partner by organizations as diverse as Moniker Art Fair, START, Volta and Christie’s. In addition Mark is a columnist for City Magazine.