Britain’s most rebellious designer, the fearless and inventive Pam Hogg has been breaking all the rules since the 1980s. Now she’s here in Liverpool for her first-ever solo exhibition, Dr Hogg’s Divine Disorder.
Curated by Pam and DuoVision, the exhibition features art, portraits, clothes and pieces from a career re-defining popular culture, including collaborations by Juergen Teller and Ellen Von Unwerth, along with a selection of images taken by Rankin for a spread in Hunger Magazine in 2012.
From the heart of London’s post-punk movement in the 80s, Hogg caught the attention of Clubland, with her bold, self produced designs which cemented her status as the ‘Caledonian Queen of Cling.’ Her early work was stocked in Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Bloomingdales as well as Paris, Italy and Tokyo, before the infamous Hyper Hyper Boutique, opened in Kensington High Street, presented the opportunity for her first runway show.
Hogg has dressed Debbie Harry, Siouxsie Sioux, Bjork and Kylie Minogue amongst many others – don’t miss this rare opportunity to see her designs up close.
Exhibition is open Tues – Sun, 12noon – 4pm.