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Sun. Sep 27th, 2020

Entertainment

I was a very active child (just ask my dad –  he will probably tell you that I am the reason for his grey hair) and I loved to make noise in New Years' eve party favors.  New Year’s Eve was a great time to be LOUD. There are many ways to make noise words.... Read More
Hello, you crazy cats and kittens! In just the first ten days alone 34 million people across the globe enjoyed watching Joe Exotic’s and Carole Baskin’s explosive feud, which means it is no surprise that the show has made its way into the fashion industry. Despite the rather interesting taste of those featured on the […]... Read More
When diving into 2020, it is important to realise that climate change is happening, and it is very real. This collaborative photoshoot, with beauty therapist Neha Kumari, portrays climate change through the use of makeup and visuals. Wildfires: Most recently, the news of the Australian fires have left people in distress around the world. Over half […]... Read More
Her Majesty the Queen has probably the most highly documented wardrobe in the country, with nationwide scepticism over what colour she will wear for royal engagements and sitting in the ‘frow’ at London Fashion Week alongside Anna Wintour, she is dubbed a British style icon. And in the Queen’s senior dresser Angela Kelly’s most recent […]... Read More
Luxury department store Selfridges has vowed to halt the sale of exotic animal skins by February 2020, making it the latest retailer in a line of companies to pledge a phase-out of such products amid consumer calls for heightened ethical consumption. Following the retailer’s decision to ban the sale of fur in 2005, Selfridges will […]... Read More
Ever since the days of PE lessons at school, spraying cans of Impulse like they were going out of fashion in the changing rooms, (and trying not to give your weak-lunged classmates an asthma attack) we’ve been pretty obsessed with perfume. When it comes to smelling good, we all certainly have our favourites, but what […]... Read More
Fast fashion focuses on speed and low-costs to deliver frequent collections inspired by catwalk shows, recent trends and celebrities. The current fast fashion industry is unsustainable and has a particularly negative effect on the environment; from polluting waterways with toxic chemicals to sending millions of tonnes of waste into landfill. As sustainability in the fashion […]... Read More
Earlier this month, the New Yorker’s online publication, The Cut, published a long-read essay by Natalie Beach, a relatively unheard of writer, about blogger Caroline Calloway. At a first glance the article may seem nothing out of the ordinary; a large online fashion publication commissioning a long read about a popular American blogger. After reading the piece, […]... Read More
From chucking down a pint of beer to running five miles, Instagram challenges are keeping us busy during this quarantine. Although you think it is all fun and games, some of them can also reignite your creative spark. London-based journalist and recent CSM graduate, George Serventi, @Skipdin, is the brilliant mind behind the #HomeCouture challenge, […]... Read More
In today’s social media-obsessed world, we are now beholden to the powerful lens of Instagram filters to fulfil our fantasies of higher cheek bones, plumper lips, chiseled jaw lines and glistening white teeth. Filters have a fascinating ability to totally transform you into a picture-perfect imagined self, but it may come at quite a cost. […]... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Iris Acuna, a flight attendant for Swoop Airline, shares how she gets through a day of quarantine while living at home with her parents.... Read More