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“ALYX’s vision goes beyond the surface, being a brand that wishes to influence a much wider contemporary culture, rather than just idly producing clothing.”
The line of fantastic, fun and maverick pieces is landing courtesy of the high street and high-end fashion favourites.
Jack Sedgwick speaks to Conor Peek of Peaked Apparel on future plans, creative influences, and what it’s like to run a cult label
Some Native Americans and allies have used the debate to address the need for social change in the fashion and beauty industries.
Sustainability and fashion is an interesting pair. In an industry that is defined by constant change, how can it be sustainable?
As the academic year starts again and we take the journey back to the city that we love, we have a special edition of our Fashion Player of the Week. This week we feature our favourite Mancunion men who have re-defined the very DNA of Manchester’s style all in their own unique way. Liam Gallagher – an […]
Deputy Fashion & Beauty Editor Amy Nguyen says goodbye in the way she knows best — through her fantastic sense of style
You could say Jonah’s style isn’t superbad, it’s supergood
From animal print to chunky biker boots, Isobella Rae examines the high street to find the best value, staple pieces every wardrobe needs this winter!
Need a student style refresh? Midway through the semester, Isobella Rae casts her eye over the high street to present her top picks on a student budget
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
Stella McCartney is our ‘fashion player of the week’, as it’s the first 100% vegetarian, 0% animal cruelty free fashion brand. The brand also does this by using leather alternatives in their collections.
Global brand H&M has recently updated its clothes sizing following feedback of them being irregularly small. With other stores following suit, are we seeing a move in the right direction for commercial understanding of body image issues?