The best selling author of ‘Ugly: The Aesthetics of Everything’ will explore our idea of beauty and its constant flux; shaped by shifts in taste and style. Our obsession with beauty, Bayley will argue, precludes its attainment – and ugliness is a valuable necessity.
The setting of Selfridges Beauty Salon is archly relevant: this wonderland of cosmetics and "miracle treatments" symbolises the contemporary values challenged by Bayley.
|What||Stephen Bayley: A History of Beauty and Ugliness, Selfridges Beauty Salon|
Selfridges Beauty Hall
W1A 1AB | MAP
|Nearest tube||Bond Street (underground)|
On 08 May 14, 12:00 AM – 12:00 AM
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