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Philip Sallon was born on 13 November, 1951 in London, United Kingdom, is a socialite, fashion leader, clothing designer, style innovator, club promoter, event organiser.. Discover Philip Sallon's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 69 years old?
|Occupation||socialite, fashion leader, clothing designer, style innovator, club promoter, event organiser.|
|Age||69 years old|
|Born||13 November 1951|
|Birthplace||London, United Kingdom|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Wikipedia||Philip Sallon Wikipedia|
Sallon can be described as one of the original gay punks he currently resides alone in St Johns Wood, London. In April 2011 he was the victim of a homophobic hate related crime when he was attacked in Piccadilly by two unknown male assailants.
Taboo the Musical Phillip Sallon is a featured character as the narrator in Taboo the Musical, (2002), the show is based partly on the New Romantic scene of the 1980s. At its core is the life and career of colourful pop star Boy George (who rose to global prominence in the early 1980s with his band Culture Club) and his contemporaries, including performance artist and club promoter Leigh Bowery, pop singer Marilyn, Blitz nightclub host Steve Strange (later of the electro-pop group Visage), and Philip Sallon, punk groupie and Mud Club promoter.
Bagleys In 1992 Sallon moved the Mud Club to Bagley's Warehouse that was then known for holding the biggest capacity nights in London. Phillip Salon's Mud Club dominated Bagleys on Saturday nights known for flamboyant clientele, staging productions of a large scale, designed by Gary Messider, including such strange design elements such as washing lines full of clothes above the dance-floor, housewife characters vacuuming on podiums the club ran until 1996 when the event was replaced by Freedom.
The Mud Club In January 1984 he began hosting the infamous Mud Club at Busbys, Charing Cross Road London that he initially launched with Malcolm McLaren known for his outrageous costumes and cutting personality Sallon scrutinised everyone entering club and if you didn't look right or have the right attitude you would not be let in and told in no uncertain terms why you could not come in. The clubs patrons were known for their sense of dressed up decadence; the clubs musical policy was trashy disco played by original resident DJ's Mark Moore, Tasty Tim and Jay Armstrong. It ran until 1991.
Planets His first foray on his own into club promotion resulted with opening of Planets in Piccadilly in 1981 where he employed a young and then unknown DJ called Boy George to be resident., the club ran until 1983.
The Blitz Kids, were a group of young people who frequented the weekly Blitz club-night in Covent Garden, London in 1979–80, and are credited with starting the New Romantic sub-cultural movement. Philip was a core member of the group that included the founders Rusty Egan, Steve Strange and also included Boy George, Marilyn and Alice Temple, Perri Lister, Princess Julia, Carl Teper and Martin Degville (later to be the frontman of Tony James' Sigue Sigue Sputnik). The Blitz club was located between two notable art colleges (St Martin's School and Central School) the club became an experimental melting pot for student fashion designers who influenced London fashion during the 1980s. Known fashion students who attended the club included Stephen Jones, David Holah, Stevie Stewart, John Galliano, Darla Jane Gilroy.
In 1976 he applied for a job with the BBC's Costume Department and was taken on as an Assistant Costume Designer during this time he was a fixture at the famous punk club Louise's where he became friends with Sex Pistols and Malcolm McLaren and began associating with a clique of young punk fans dubbed the "Bromley Contingent". after the BBC he then moved on to the Royal Opera House in 1982 where he was employed as a Costume Designer during this period he pursued his other interests and is particularly known as an event organiser, DJ and club promoter who has been a well known fixture on the London club scene since the 1970s through the early Punk movement and the New Romantic movement of the 1980s during which time he also staged Vivienne Westwood's early catwalk shows and into the 1990s and beyond.
Philip Sallon born in (1951) in London, England is a British, club promoter, event organiser, socialite, style innovator, impresario, and clothing designer. He is particularly known for being a prominent member of the Punk sub-cultural and New Romantic pop cultural movements during the 1970s and 1980s.
Philip Sallon was born in London in 1951, the grandson of Polish Jewish immigrant tailors who moved to the UK in 1904. His father, Ralph Sallon, was a well-known caricaturist who married his mother Anna Simon in 1945 they had one son (Philip) and three daughters (sisters) together. He was educated at Harrow County School, later renamed Gayton school. In 1970 he enrolled on an arts foundation course at East Ham College. In 1975 he applied and was offered a place at Saint Martin's School of Art to study fashion however he was expelled after one year for not attending. He then left St Martins to pursue a career in theatre and later club promotion.