Project retro socialising: Die-Freche Muse

Posted: September 13, 2010 in art and entertainment, vintage
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Saturday September 11th.

I take two bus to get to the secret location in Dalston. I have the address and the name of the Club: BOYS CLUB. I look for it, but it is so difficult to find it. I ask someone in the street, but they don’t knowexactly where it is. Ok. I decide to go back to the bus stop and have a look the map there. So, now I know where the street is located. I find it but at the number I have I can see a sort of house which looks like a church and finally I can read on the top of the main door BOYS CLUB. Great news. I knock the door and someone open it. At the entrance a couple of guys were chatting in front of decadent stairs and old frames on the wall. I go through another door and a nice lady seats at a table with the light of only one candle. I told her my name and explain that I talked by email with Die-Freche Muse but she says that this is the name of the party, while she is looking for my name with difficulty. Finally after 2 minutes she find myself and I have free access. The light is very low, the place is surreal, the music is from the 40’s and the people wearing vintage clothes is busy for drinking and chatting. The atmosphere is amazing. Lovely girls are around. They are really fascinating. Baron Von Sanderson is the organizer of the event. On the balcony upstairs people smoke and slowly the room, during the night, smell of smoke. A nice Asian woman perform burlesque, a singer sing live French songs while a gentleman play a classical guitar. The dj plays vintage music and people have fun dancing in couple, like many years ago. There is also a group of very young guys. Vintage doesn’t have age!!!!

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Comments
  1. Janet says:

    It would be much less slimy of you if you asked girls whether it is ok to take their picture rather than doing it secretly.

  2. I don’t take pictures secretly. Paparazzi do that with celebrities to make money. I think everyone saw me with my camera during the party and I have been there for more than 3 and half hours in that small room. If you didn’t want to be photographed, you could , simply, come to me and say that. I just like to go around, observe and get real and natural moments. I am a photojournalist and documentary photographer and not a fashion photographer. I have been working in this way for years.

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