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?
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…
The four pieces you should save up your loan to invest in this season
Before you start building your autumn/winter wardrobe for 2019, read this
Lily Rosenberg reviews Selfridges latest campaign, ‘State of the Arts’, a show which attempts to make art more accessible, highlighting the link between art and fashion, yet she believes fails to execute a truly effective installation
5 hot selfie spots around Manchester
Fashion is the second most damaging industry in the world. Amelia Dunn explores fast fashion, and offers some sustainable alternatives.
Feeling fed up staring into your gloomy winter wardrobe? Here we navigate and translate the Spring/Summer catwalks to deliver our latest trend report!
Fashion Editor Alice Porter shares her picks of the best fashion podcasts
Online Editor Bec Oakes, discusses how to become a more sustainable consumer with very little effort or spending
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 […]
We caught up with David Seed, the Manchester fashion blogger who puts together outfits on a budget
The Manchester Charity Fashion Show are looking to raise money for Lifeshare whilst showcasing the best of Britain’s young design talent.
Ever wondered what a day in the life of a young and successful journalist is like? We sit down with Sophie Thompson of Glamour UK to find out more
Fyre festival was set to be the biggest event of the year, promoted by dozens of industry influencers…until it all went wrong.
Sophie Marriott looks at the way student culture, for all its diversity, can pigeonhole us into narrow tropes with particular expectations, and how this can restrain our ability to explore our self-identities.