• Style Icon: Rachel Green from Friends

    Whether you grew up in the 90s with Friends on your TV or only watched it last week, you will notice that amongst all the heartbreak and humour, some of the cast members have seriously sweet styles. In particular Rachel Green, who manages to look casual, preppy, and sexy...
  • What are the World’s Most Stylish Cities?

    Spoiler alert: Nottingham hasn’t made the cut. Paris, France View this post on Instagram A post shared by Noortje | Fashion & Beauty (@noortjeisabelle) Paris is a fashion mecca that hosts an annual fashion week encouraging people from all over the world to see outfits as eccentric as their...
  • Fashion Lowdown: A Look at the New Jonas Brothers Music Video

    After a six-year hiatus, the Jonas Brothers have finally  returned—Wes Anderson style. Releasing their new music video for ‘Sucker’, on February 28th, the highly-anticipated single marks an epic comeback for the American boyband. Earning endless bragging rights with the fifth highest debut of 2019 on YouTube, the trio are...
  • Charity Shop Shopping

    If you are not a bargain loving thrifter, get to be! What is not to love about charity shop shopping?! Charity shops are filled with one-off items and lots of original vintage clothing. These days it is so easy to look the same as everyone else; when a new...
  • 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...
  • Role Models: fashion favourites can be activists too

    Female models are in the spotlight for both their aesthetic and broader impact on the female population. Whilst recent dialogue has been more open about the impact of airbrushing, underweight models, and diversity in the fashion industry, many people dismiss female models as bad role models for young women....
  • 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...