Earlier this week Palace Wayward Boys Choir joined forces with the KR3W skateboard massive for a carnival themed, all day blowout, fuelled by Herman’s german hot dogs and attended by super hot mammies.
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Decked out in snap backs, tiki prints and heavily branded plain white tees, all kinds of kids descended en masse on a small car park space on Harrow Road in West London on the final day of Notting Hill Carnival. Hosted by Californian label KR3W and organised by Lev Tanju, his PWBC posse and The Collective London, guest DJs Will Bankhead, Alexis (Hot Chip) and JK took charge of an undercover sound-system positioned beside a souped-up ice cream van serving frozen margaritas. With sequinned hotpants perched on pub benches and shaved heads braving the spitting rain, as time was called crowds kicked it out onto the surrounding streets to watch the sun set on another intensely memorable, fast-paced celebration of London’s multi-culturalism. Invite lost in the post? Check out the exclusive party viral viddy and Stephanie Sian Smith‘s event stills to the right, to the right.
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Text: Milly McMahon
Photography: Stephanie Sian Smith
Film: Low Brain TV
From left: Two girls, two cups; Coco Sumner; Annoushka Giltsoff and Nehjat Ramoth; Palace Wayward Boys Choir; Flynn Horne, Nick Grimshaw and Ella Toal-Gangar; Lulu Kennedy and friend; Florence Welch and Stuart Hammond; Mr Wize and friend; Joshua Geoghegan; Jaime Winstone; Lucien Clarke and Emily Coyne; snapbacked chap; Grace Welch, Florence Welch and Alice Dellal; Reuben Toal-Gangar and Flynn Horne