• Will Streetwear Become A Less Male-Dominated Industry?

    Streetwear has always been an area of fashion that is very male-dominated. Few mainstream streetwear brands currently accommodate clothing solely for women. Even when big brands supply female streetwear, the epicentre tends to be male clothing - this is reflected in both the styles of clothing and the unequal...
  • Pretty Little Thing Sparks Controversy With (Super)ficial Intelligence

    Pretty Little Thing (PLT), an online clothing brand, have caught themselves up in a fair amount of controversy recently with CEO Molly Mae’s naïve assertions about equal opportunity. The company have now spurred further debate with their creation of a ‘virtual girl’, an animated female figure on whom they...
  • Can Anyone Be On The Cover Of Vogue?

    Since the first issue featuring a debutante, airy and surrounded by roses, in December 1892, Vogue has maintained its prestige, class, and respectability through quality journalism; however, without a doubt, its covers will continue to be the most iconic feature of the magazine....
  • Style Review: The Crown

    Netflix’s The Crown lets us be a fly on the wall in the private lives of the Royal Family....
  • Style Icon – Billy Porter

    It can’t be denied that there’s no better place to find the best-dressed celebrities than the Oscars, Golden Globes and Met Gala....
  • Best Dressed at the Oscars

    The academy awards come with high expectations. The anticipation surrounding the winners and is matched by the outfits they bring to the red carpet....
  • Next on Netflix is…Next in Fashion?

    Other than Eurovision, I’m not one for talent competitions or reality shows (X-Factor 2012 was probably the last time I followed a series properly). So boy oh boy, was I surprised when I became totally and completely hooked on Next in Fashion, Netflix’s newly released reality-TV-competition-fashion-show....