Carnaby street was the center of London fashion during the swinging sixties, and still retains a strong, independent fashion presence. However walking down the street you get the feeling it’s all a little ‘orchistrated’, with the big arch over the road at one end pronouncing to all and sundry where you are…as if you didn’t know. It feels like it’s been cleaned up for the tourists, where I’m sure the tourists would have better appreciated the street had it been left alone and allowed to ‘evolve’ like so many others in London.
However, it’s still an iconic area of London, and great to have a wander should you find yourself in the area with nothing to do..
To view this joiner at it’s best, do the following
– Plug in headphones
– Hit the play button on the audio player below
– On the zoom.it window below click the icon in the bottom right hand corner (a square with a diagonal line through it)
– Sit back and enjoy the joiner as it was meant to be enjoyed!
Dimensions: 4.55m wide by 4.38m high (15.17ft x 14.58ft)
Photos used: 33
Song inspiration: Quincy Jones – Soul Bossa Nova (if you’ve ever seen Austen Powers then you’ll understand why.. :)