Columnist Anna Jin speaks to the Manchester-based designer Tatiana Ngamba about her sustainable clothing brand and thoughts on fast fashion
Have inclusive makeup products truly become the standard, with the industry’s seemingly positive attitude towards inclusivity and diversity?
Anna Jin explores the work of accomplished model, designer, and humanitarian, Liya Kebede for her series POC around the block
Kate MacLachlan talks to UoM’s Table Tennis Club about female representation and diversity in the sport
Netflix’s Sex Education has received high praise for it’s ability to break down taboo topics around sex, and other issues
Fashion brands are becoming more inclusive as the social and political landscape changes, but are any of them genuinely interested in making real change?
“Radical” methods are needed to ensure universities meet diversity targets.
The buzzwords flying around amidst the air of this year’s iteration of LFWM were diversity, creativity, representation, and reflection.
It is sometimes said that those who have been in the field the longest have the most to offer, and that could certainly be argued to be true for veteran supermodel Naomi Campbell
We spoke to Black in Fashion: a Manchester-based platform creating opportunities and connections for black creatives in the north
Bafta has revealed 120 changes to membership, voting and campaigning rules in an attempt to diversify nominees
The historic election of two Chinese officers comes alongside accusations of misconduct directed at some winners for the second year running
Fashion Writer Maisie Scott argues that fashion is key to the identity formation and the trauma experienced by the characters in the popular Netflix show, Sex Education
Sanjana Meka discusses the 2019 SMART Conference which highlighted the ambition and need for uniqueness in the creative industry
Editor-In-Chief, Anja Samy, considers the boundaries of artistic inspiration in the fashion industry
Head down to Manchester Academy for a cultural extravaganza
Sophie Marriott explores Manchester University’s reaction to recent revelations by the Royal Historical Society regarding the distinct lack of racial diversity in the study of history in higher education.