Fashion Editor Alice Porter argues that the democratisation of fashion during the 2010s has rendered the era distinctly undefinable (apart from its consistent nostalgia)
Fleece season is in full swing and you’re missing out, writes Film Editor Tobias Soar
Winter coats are a big investment so you want to be sure to choose the right one. Why not pick one based on your personality type?
A final year English Language student anonymously logs all of their fashion and beauty purchases for the month of October including a first date panic buy, splurging on fancy dress and a trip to Liverpool for the perfect pair of trousers
Sick and tired of wearing the same pair of leggings everyday to cycle to uni in? Here are some practical ways to mix up your bike-friendly wardrobe…
Fashion Editor Alice Porter sits down with fashion blogger Onyi Moss to discuss honing in on your skills in the influencer industry, career paths and promoting sustainability as a content-creator
Online Editor Bec Oakes, discusses how to become a more sustainable consumer with very little effort or spending
Editor-In-Chief, Anja Samy, considers the boundaries of artistic inspiration in the fashion industry
One of BBC Three’s latest documentary series, Breaking Fashion, takes viewers behind the scenes at Salford-based fast fashion company, In the Style. Company CEO, Adam Frisby, founded the business in 2013 and has since turned it into a £30 million turnover company, utilising social media influencers and celebrities to do so. The series, which is available […]
Jeffree Star is often the centre of the beauty community’s soap opera, but why, given his own misdemeanours, is he so successful?
You’ve heard about sustainable fashion but the beauty industry is also a huge contributor to the climate crisis. The Beauty Society enlisted LUSH to help outline some conscious consumer choices.
Fashion Editor Alice Porter shares her picks of the best fashion podcasts
Planning on braving the chaotic crowds this month? You could be promoting some seriously harmful practices to our planet
If you’ve blown your student loan already but are too buried in deadlines for a part-time job, selling your clothes online could be the answer
Fashion brands are becoming more inclusive as the social and political landscape changes, but are any of them genuinely interested in making real change?
Does the thought of thrift shopping fill you with an existential dread of ‘where to start’? Fashion editor Alice Porter narrows down the best second-hand shopping Northern Quarter has to offer
The four pieces you should save up your loan to invest in this season
With the current climate crisis, we’re all trying to do our bit to be more sustainable, whether that’s buying a reusable water bottle or becoming a smarter consumer of clothing. A big part of sustainable fashion is making your clothes last, so you’re not constantly throwing them away, buying new ones, and getting caught up […]