• 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...
  • Style Icon: Alexa Chung

    From collaborations with M&S, AG Jeans and Madewell to boasting her own acclaimed fashion line and three ‘British Style Icon of the Year’ awards. Alexa Chung is undoubtedly a prolific style icon of the present day. She does also have the honour of having a Mulberry bag named after...
  • 2015’s best dressed

    At 00:00 on the 31st of December 2015, another fashionable year has come to a close. From crotchless pants to furry shoes – we have had it all. We seem to be over athleisure and although normcore is still going strong, we saw a lot of colour again. And...
  • Deception and Dysmorphia: Can Vogue revolutionise how we see fashion?

    “Our mission in Vogue’s fashion pictures is to inspire and entertain…not to represent reality”. This defensive statement was made recently by Alexandra Shulman, editor-in-chief of British Vogue and one of the most powerful women in the fashion industry. Shulman has never been one to avoid voicing her own opinions,...
  • Investment SOS: The Chelsea Boot

    Every week we are bombarded by round-ups of the latest ‘must-have’ purchases, the new trends that will ‘change our lives’ and enticing sale rails. But with a student budget reigning in the fashion ambition and cutting short the lengthy wish lists, it all becomes a rather tricky decision of...