Who. What. Where? No. 61

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

Valentine’s Day can be the most magical or depressing day of the year depending on your relationship status (thoughts and prayers to those currently trapped in a situationship). Either way, it’s still the perfect excuse to treat yourself (or your loved one) to some new lingerie. With that in mind, let us introduce you to Cou Cou intimates. The underwear label are redefining daily undies for a new generation of women. They make elevated, intimate essentials that bridge the gap between your lingerie and underwear drawers, so you don’t need to compromise comfort for cuteness. Their recent Valentine’s Day collection features the brand’s newest colourway, Cherry Red, and includes all of Cou Cou’s Intimate’s signature styles, such as The Cami, The Cami Slip, The Shorts, The Thong and The High Rise. Shop the collection on Cou Cou Intimates’ website now. 

Next up, for all you music photography nerds out there, iconic British photographer Rankin is opening an exhibition in London this March, looking at musical legends of the past 30 years that he’s captured through his lens. Titled Sound Off, the exhibition will showcase the photographer’s ability to create images that define the zeitgeist whilst highlighting the personalities behind these musical icons. In a career that has seen him shoot the likes of Radiohead, the Spice Girls, Stormzy and Dua Lipa, just to name a few, the exhibition charts the journey of a photographer who was initially inspired by the album art of his childhood, who went on to capture the most celebrated musicians of our time. Sound Off will take place at Cromwell Place, London SW7, between 13th and 24th March 2024.

Photographer: Rankin

For Amsterdam streetwear imprint Daily Paper’s SS24 collection, the brand is embracing the power of rhythm. The SS24 collection reflects an individual’s journey in searching for, recognising, and creating one’s rhythm. This is what the brand wants to explore through the forthcoming season. “The Spring/Summer 24 collection reflects an individual’s journey in searching for, recognizing, and creating one’s rhythm,” said a statement from the brand. Highlights of the collection include a rust-coloured textured tracksuit, a new black leather coat and a deep blue denim coordinating set with raised Daily Paper logo details. Daily Paper’s SS24 collection is available now in-store and online.

London Fashion Week is just around the corner, and to celebrate 1664 Blanc Beer is teaming up with Selfridges for its launch in the UK. The launch will feature window art displays, a retro-futurist kiosk serving 1664 Blanc, and exclusive collectibles such as a 1664 Blanc newspaper with insights from the hottest NEWGEN designers on the iconic Duke Street. Meanwhile, the Selfridges cinema will have the first ever cobalt blue makeover with the works – bar, neon lights, lamps and more. Over February, the space will be a gateway to London Fashion Week screenings, and affordable £5 NEWGEN designer talks with the likes of Aaron Esh, Tolu Coker and Saul Nash. Head to Selfridges.com for more info and to book your tickets.