Famed Artist Alice Instone and her exhibition The House of Fallen WomenFamed Artist Alice Instone and her exhibition The House of Fallen WomenFamed Artist Alice Instone and her exhibition The House of Fallen WomenFamed Artist Alice Instone and her exhibition The House of Fallen Women

On the 03rd November 2010, Little Beauty proudly supported famed UK artist Alice Instone with her remarkable exhibition, The House of Fallen Women showing at Quintessentially Soho, London.

The House of Fallen Women depicts infamous women from history, represented by well-known, modern day public figures;  Laura Bailey as Guinevere, Pattie Boyd as Boudicca, Annie Lennox as Elizabeth I, Nicole Farhi as Medea and Cherie Blair as Eleanor of Acquitaine…to name a few.

An intriguing journey confronting historical feminine stereotypes while celebrating the the lives and actions of strong women in today’s society.

A flattering collaboration for Little Beauty?

More about Alice and her work here: www.aliceinstone.com

Alice Instone Logo

On the 03rd November 2010, Little Beauty proudly supported famed UK artist Alice Instone with her remarkable exhibition, The House of Fallen Women showing at Quintessentially Soho, London.

The House of Fallen Women depicts infamous women from history, represented by well-known, modern day public figures;  Laura Bailey as Guinevere, Pattie Boyd as Boudicca, Annie Lennox as Elizabeth I, Nicole Farhi as Medea and Cherie Blair as Eleanor of Acquitaine…to name a few.

An intriguing journey confronting historical feminine stereotypes while celebrating the the lives and actions of strong women in today’s society.

A flattering collaboration for Little Beauty?

More about Alice and her work here: www.aliceinstone.com

Alice Instone Logo

On the 03rd November 2010, Little Beauty proudly supported famed UK artist Alice Instone with her remarkable exhibition, The House of Fallen Women showing at Quintessentially Soho, London.

The House of Fallen Women depicts infamous women from history, represented by well-known, modern day public figures;  Laura Bailey as Guinevere, Pattie Boyd as Boudicca, Annie Lennox as Elizabeth I, Nicole Farhi as Medea and Cherie Blair as Eleanor of Acquitaine…to name a few.

An intriguing journey confronting historical feminine stereotypes while celebrating the the lives and actions of strong women in today’s society.

A flattering collaboration for Little Beauty?

More about Alice and her work here: www.aliceinstone.com

Alice Instone Logo

On the 03rd November 2010, Little Beauty proudly supported famed UK artist Alice Instone with her remarkable exhibition, The House of Fallen Women showing at Quintessentially Soho, London.

The House of Fallen Women depicts infamous women from history, represented by well-known, modern day public figures;  Laura Bailey as Guinevere, Pattie Boyd as Boudicca, Annie Lennox as Elizabeth I, Nicole Farhi as Medea and Cherie Blair as Eleanor of Acquitaine…to name a few.

An intriguing journey confronting historical feminine stereotypes while celebrating the the lives and actions of strong women in today’s society.

A flattering collaboration for Little Beauty?

More about Alice and her work here: www.aliceinstone.com

Alice Instone Logo