Despite an incredibly competitive buy and sell market, and a 90s style revival touching every corner of the fashion industry, True Vintage have managed to stand out and catalyse on this booming market
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.
Having begun university in monochrome monotony, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar discusses her drastic (ally necessary) style evolution
After visiting the Mary Quant exhibition at the Gallery of Costume in Platt Fields Park, Jenny Knowles explores the history of sixties fashion and how to incorporate the era into your wardrobe
For the freshers joining the University of Manchester this year, a new city awaits discovery. Amongst the new sights and smells lies the Northern Quarter, a haven of vintage treasures…
Aimee Grant Cumberbatch scours the charity shops of Manchester to see what she can buy for less than a bottle of Sainsbury’s Basics vodka
Inspired by this week’s focus on sustainability, Freya Poppy Wild took some time to remind myself of the joys of second hand shopping
It is of no debate that Manchester students have a definite sense of style. Your typical Fallowfield get-up is more likely to be made up of vintage styling and smaller independent labels than your average high-street brands, opting for clothes with greater character and individuality. Yet when shopping for these more one-off pieces, it seems […]
Think vintage beauty is an unattainable look? Think again!
Fashion and Beauty Editor Sarah Kilcourse meets with The Closet’s Managing Director Alex Neilson-Clark to find out the goings on in the University of Manchester’s treasure trove
Perisha Kudhail thinks twice about second-hand—is it unethical to buy vintage when charity shops offer the same service?