For a night that promises to be completely joyfully rockingly crazy, the very rockin’ supermodel Agyness Deyn is Special Guest DJ when she joins BP Fallon on the decks to DJ at Death Disco Toronto on April 1.
Death Disco Toronto with DJs BP Fallon & Agyness Deyn
Thursday April 1 at 10pm
@ Liberty Grand in the swelegant Governor’s Room, Exhibition Place, Toronto
The Governor’s Room capacity 1500, total venue capacity 3,000
A Betsey Johnson Fashion Show kicks off tonight’s party!
Death Disco DJs BPF & AD 11pm to 2am!
Online tix only $30 here $40 on door if there are any left by then!
“I’ve always wanted Aggy to DJ at Death Disco” says BP, “and this party is the climax of Toronto Fashion Week so it’s perfect”
Agyness is currently receiving rave reviews for her acting debut in the McDermott and McGough movie ‘Mean To Me’ – the thirteen-minute film noir set in 1930s Manhattan in which she plays opposite ‘Law & Order’ actor Linus Roache – with Vogue UK noting “Film critics laud Agyness Deyn’s acting debut as ‘flawless'”.
Screen grab: Agyness Deyn in ‘Mean To Me’. See an excerpt here
In Japan in collaboration with Barneys she has just launched her green-conscious capsule collection as part of the ‘Go Green’ campaign.
Agyness Deyn is the brightest light in modelling since Kate Moss kicked in twenty years ago and she’s now expanded into acting and designing. Music? She’s always DJed, at little parties and with pals. She’s a music girl. And during the recent London Fashion Week ‘Fashion For Haiti’ charity fundraiser, Aggy endeared herself to the world even more when she famously fell on the runway from her high high heels not once but twice and just laughed the whole thing off with elegance and with grace and the cutest of curtsies. Dig ‘The Falls And Rise Of Agyness Deyn’!
Photograph: BP Fallon sees in his Tour Schedule that he’s DJing Death Disco Toronto with Special Guest DJ Agyness Deyn on April 1 2010 – thirty-eight years into the future. “I’m delighted I asked my agent to book me in advance” BP’s happily thinking as Marc Bolan hovers beside him cosmically.
Photography by Record Mirror at Chateau D’Herouville near Paris during the recording sessions for the T.Rex album ‘The Slider’ March 1972
Photography: BP & Aggy NYC May 2nd 2008 by David Cole