The Vinyl Factory in Chelsea hosted Nick Rhodes’s first photography exhibition, Bei Incubi: Beautiful Nightmares, last night, inspired by Andy Warhol, David Lynch, S&M and horror movies.
It felt like a flashback to the Eighties with Simon Le Bon and Bryan Ferry in the crowd. Milliner Philip Treacy admitted being a Duran Duran fan. “I’ve been to all the concerts. Somehow they have managed not to become arseholes.” The party also honoured a new project from Rhodes. He’s made a soundrack album, TV Mania: Bored with Prozac, which he hopes to turn into a musical.
Courtesy The Evening Standard