News by Charlie Whitehand Power of Identity: Memory Fashion Message II will be the first fashion event to be held in the newly opened Japan House in Kensington. The show will take place on Friday 7th December, celebrating 100 … Continue reading JAPAN HOUSE HOSTS FIRST FASHION EVENT
Get your glossy print copy here! Featuring show galleries from Alex Mullins, Private Policy, Oliver Spencer, Edward Crutchley, Pronounce, Art School, Liam Hodges, Chema Diaz, Iceberg, and Jacket Required; editorial and interview with Sarah Regensburger; editorial with Linda Blissett; Battle … Continue reading Issue 33 Launch
by Charlie Whitehand Lavender and Lillie are a luxury home fragrance and cosmetics brand, inspired by the recollection of memories through senses. The family business is run by Lillie and Christopher Edgar. They are celebrating their second anniversary with … Continue reading News: LAVENDER AND LILLIE: FRAGRANCES FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE
Judith Willis discusses whether high street stores are heading for extinction. In light of House of Fraser – one of Britain’s most well-known department stores – being the latest retailer to enter administration, it is safe to say that high … Continue reading WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR HIGH STREET SHOPPING?
Rhiannon D’Averc sat down with one half of the team behind Holidolls, to discuss the brand, how it came about, and how it’s empowering women to add a little sparkle to their lives. Tell me about the history of the … Continue reading Interview: ALYCIA MARIE DEAN JOHNS
Ruby Harrop explores how Northern Soul created its own fashion trends, the influence of which can still be seen today. When Northern soul arose in 1970s England, a new kind of fashion aesthetic developed. In the midst of a soul … Continue reading NORTHERN SOUL: THE 1970S MUSIC SUBCULTURE THAT REVOLUTIONISED CLUB FASHION
Cara Balen explores how the up-and-coming model Jazzelle Zanaughtti embodies the rising popularity of counterculture style in the beauty industry. Over the last few years, the beauty industry has obsessed over a dizzying array of trends that have risen to … Continue reading WHY UGLY IS THE NEW BEAUTIFUL