“As part of this year’s 10th anniversary programme we are presenting world premieres of 3 major exhibitions ‘England’s Erotic Dream’, Germ Free Adolescents’ and Boy George’s first ever public photographic exhibtion. The show is called ‘This Way Out’ and is a collaboration with long time friend TradeMark. Dr. Martens are working closely with Homotopia supporting these projects. Their input has been terrific and we are thrilled they are on board for the celebrations”
Homotopia will also be creating its 10th anniversary campaign in collaboration with Dr. Martens which will be a dynamic fusion of fantasy, fashion and street style entitled ‘The Liverpool Dream’
Dr. Martens said: ‘Music and subculture is at the heart of Dr.Martens and we are excited to be part of 10th anniversary celebrations in Liverpool where we have had a presence since our store opened on Manesty’s Lane in 2011. Dr. Martens stands for individuality and the right to self-expression and we recognise the important work Homotpia does towards positive change and supporting gay arts and culture across the UK through their festival’.