Terence Conran ordered photographer Helen Drew to walk the streets of Soho for 24 hours with her camera. The result is Soho Night and Day, a publication and exhibition in the foyer of Mezzo, Conran’s recently opened Soho joint. ‘Soho’s always been there to adopt the waifs and strays, pick the best from them and turn their talents to everyone’s advantage,’ says the book’s blurb. The photos dance with Soho’s famous extremes. Art directed by James Pyott, head of Pyott Design, and designed by Dan Thomas of CD Partnership, it’s available from Mezzo Limited, London, or from Drew on 0181-671 1299.
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