Why is the EU looking to cut fashion shows?
In an attempt to improve sustainability in the fashion industry, the EU is cutting back on fashion shows. But how worthwhile is this? And who will it affect the most?
Coperni’s spray-on dress: A revolution or a gimmick?
Can Coperni’s spray-on dress really be considered revolutionary in this day ad age? We take a look at the history and sentiment behind the design
Eurostart your holiday plans
The Mancunion offers a guide to travelling via the Eurostar, with destinations, journey times and how to maximise your time in Europe.
Come fly with me: The cheapest student holidays
Hoping to leave behind your uni deadlines and house drama? Here are 5 cheap places you can escape to
Why Emily from Emily in Paris should have stayed in Chicago
Beauty editor Alex Bikard is French, and did not like new TV show ‘Emily in Paris’ – Here’s why!
Let’s Get Away: Paris
Let’s Get Away to Paris, enjoy picnics of French cuisine around the Eiffel Tower and plenty of art galleries to explore
Olivier Assayas’ Paris-set comedy is a charming look at the world of professional writing, but struggles to fully escape cliché, writes Georgina Davidson
Hubert de Givenchy dies aged 91
Following the death of the founder of Maison Givenchy, Alice Reynolds looks at how he revolutionised the fashion industry
Top 3 Euro destinations for student savings
With Easter and summer coming up, we take a look at three European destinations that are perfect to visit with your student ID to get the best discounts
Paris: Exploring the city of love
If I asked you to name the most romantic place on earth, there is one city which eclipses all others — Paris. So where better to visit for those romantic special occasions?
London to Paris Bike Ride 2017: Cross the Channel for Charity
Get involved, do something worthwhile, cycle from London to Paris for Breast Cancer Now
Top 5: Films set in Paris
Paris stands as one of the liveliest cultural hubs in the world—here are five of the best films set in this shining metropolis
In the wake of Paris, Islam must be embraced by the West
The Western world must resist division, suspicion and demonisation of Islam if it wants to combat Islamic State
A tribute to the music of Paris
The time has come for music, culture and compassion to work as one in the wake of the Paris attacks
A Peace Vigil was held on Sunday in memory of those who died as a result of terrorist attacks in Paris and across the world
Controlling the climate will help control conflict
Tristan Parsons on how environmental changes are engendering conflict, and if uncontrolled will continue to do so
Solidarity: The aftermath of the Paris terror attacks
Gemma Sowerby speaks to Manchester students on their years abroad in Paris about their experiences in the midst of the deadly terror attacks, and the atmosphere of the aftermath, rooted in hope and solidarity
In the spotlight: Olivier Rousteing
Man of the moment and creative director of Balmain, Olivier Rousteing is the current wonder of the fashion world
Feature: RBMA – Road To Paris
The Liverpool Session sees RBMA graduate Mumdance, and legendary DJ François K share their experiences with the academy and talk about their respective places in the world of music