DJs, promoters, bloggers… Here's a who's who of the average guest list.
(left, in white T-shirt) Sara El Dabi
Sara started Work It after feeling disillusioned with the club scene. Taking it back to the 90s, her nights are about dancing till dawn to Destiny’s Child and TLC.
Sophie Hannah Richardson (centre)
Stylist, blogger and writer Sophie is a regular at nights like
Shorebitch. Check out (and steal) her outfits on her blog, plus ace shoots and street style.
Siobhan Bell (right)
DJ Siobhan is the name constantly on the flyers. Other pastimes include playing at Fashion Week parties and working at Lil Wayne's Young Money record label. Check out the exclusive mix she made for us, below.
Picture: Instagram/Hannah Sophie Richardson, Jesse Olu
When femcees and singers like
Mercedes (pictured) aren’t playing live, the soundtrack is usually ultra danceable remixes of 90s hip hop and R&B treasures. Listen to the exclusive mix Siobhan made for us to get the vibe.
Picture: Laurence Howe
Shorebitch regular and ASOS Print Design Assistant, Lucy Offen (right, wearing a choker, crop top and tartan pants) gives us the 411 on the fashun:
What’s the dress code? 'The night’s all about dancing and having fun, so there's no strict "dress code". Most people dress quite sultrily, so if you can dare to bare then I’d go for it!'
So, what exactly should I wear? 'Girls wear loads of black with clashing colours. Mesh, leather and metallics are popular, with chunky jewellery.'
Which labels are totally Shorebitch? 'Slogan tees and branded sweats by Stüssy, Hype and 10 Deep, mixed with more dressy "wow" items.'
Any hair and make-up tips? 'Go for minimal make-up with bright lipstick, or heavy smoky eyes. Hair-wise, there are lots of 90s-style cute plaits and buns.'
Want to get the look? Work It devotee and ace singer/songwriter
Purple Ferdinand, AKA Vanessa Ferdinand (pictured, wearing white mesh top) made a personalised edit below of the key clubbing pieces. Time to Work It!
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