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Introducing Judy Blame

Fashion stylist, art director and jewellery designer, Judy Blame, was one of the architects of London’s underground culture in the late 1970s and early 1980s – a boom time for unfettered creativity which continues to fuel fashion today. He has pioneered the DIY ethic of making beautiful clothes and accessories from found objects in his distinctive jewellery, worn by some of the world’s most stylish figures. Meet Judy…

London’s best kept secret is…
Gujarati Rosoi, a vegetarian Indian Restaurant on Bradbury Street, N16. 

Best place to think?
The secret garden in Regents Park.

Favourite London bus route?
The 38 - from the East End to Buckingham Palace.

Most important possession?
My art collection and library.

Who do you most admire?
Picasso and Charlie Chaplin.

Ultimate dinner party list?
Azzedine Alaia, Paul Simonon, Linder Stirling, Beth Ditto, Yoko Ono, Iggy Pop, Marisa Barenson, Jim Lambie, Phillip Treacy, and Vivienne Westwood. 

Your greatest extravagance?

Perfect happiness is…
My god-children.

Fish & Chips or Sunday Roast?
Sunday Roast.

Your strongest characteristic?
A wicked sense of humour mixed with large amounts of innuendo.

What would be your motto?
Don't give up.