Shoe throwing and tantrums may be unprofessional, but I’m not sure I care
After Cardi B threw her shoe at a fashion party she faced much criticism for her lack of ‘chill’, Lola Byam Shaw argues this as well as the responses to Serena Williams’ arguments with an umpire reveal the sexism of the pressure on women to be easygoing.
The music of politics
In light of striking political messages in the Grammy Award ceremony, should music be spared from overwhelming political opinions?
When pop art met fashion
Following the recent opening of ‘Artist Rooms: Andy Warhol’ at The Whitworth Art Gallery, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar ruminates upon Andy Warhol’s influence in fashion since the sixties
The statement of status
Sophie Soar explores how celebrity outings prove the statement of status and denial of compromise from the red carpet to a night out
The Save the Date campaign: A great idea ruined by propaganda
With voter turnout remaining a prevalent issue in US politics, have we been using the power of celebrity and social media for good?
It is okay to care about Brad and Angelina’s divorce
We need a greater sense of balance between the serious and the trivial
Sophie Soar takes us through time to investigate models and high-fashion
A year of change for the LGBT community
Hannah McGrory reviews the monumental changes that 2015 has brought to the LGBT community and considers what the future holds in Manchester and beyond
The harder they fall…
Joe Evans discusses the British public’s obsession with the falls, both metaphorical and literal, of celebrities and public figures in their five minutes of fame
The changing image of sexy
Damilola Ade-Odiachi examines the way in which the meaning of ‘sexy’ has changed from the Renaissance period
What’s in a name?
Beyoncé’s world tour to be called ‘The Mrs. Carter Show’. Independent woman no longer?