• Why the Primark Online Shopping Rumours are Actually a Blessing

    News broke out this week that Primark was finally launching online shopping as well as a click and collect service for its customers. Fans were excited and social media hit off with many claiming this was ‘what they’ve been waiting for’. Unfortunately, for these fans, the rumours seem to...
  • The Spring/Summer Trends to Look Out For in 2019

    1) Knee-length leather and trench coats View this post on Instagram A post shared by PAOLA ALBERDI (@paolaalberdi) The elongated silhouettes are going to be all the rage this spring. There is something timeless about a classic knee-length light coat, and it is particularly useful as a protection from...
  • Is Brexit tailored for the fashion industry?

    It is 2019 and February has been and gone in style. World Fashion Week kicked off in New York and took its pit-stop tour across European powerhouses Milan, Paris, and our own home turf, London. Year by year, the event drips with cash, fame, and impractical clothing, and is guaranteed to...
  • Selfridges is the latest fashion brand to ban exotic skins

    Fourteen years after the department store banned the sale of fur, the ban has now been extended to include exotic skins, starting in February 2020. The luxury store will still sell leather from agricultural livestock, a move which arguably reduces waste when animals are slaughtered for human consumption. The...
  • The Man Behind the Glasses: Karl Lagerfeld

    The man, the myth, the legend. You don’t have to be a fashion connoisseur to know the name Karl Lagerfeld. Sprung from the golden age of haute couture, the German designer’s legacy lives on in his work as Creative Director for major fashion houses Fendi, KARL LAGERFELD, and of...
  • Best Dressed at the 2019 Academy Awards

    The 91st Academy Awards on 24th February were not only a celebration of the incredible hardships and successes of those in the film industry, but were a treat for fashion followers. Who will be outrageous? Who will be the picture of elegance and class? Here are some chosen highlights from...
  • The Gucci blackface scandal is not a ‘learning experience’

    Earlier this month, the luxury fashion brand Gucci withdrew its ‘balaclava jumper’ from stores after being criticised for its blatant blackface resemblance. The knit top, which was retailing at an extortionate $890, with its black pull-up neck and over-sized red-lip caricature looks uncannily like the cartoons popular in the Jim...