Emmie Cosgrove interviews the zero-waste designer Jiri Kalfar after attending his London Fashion Week show, ‘Eden Eden’. Images by Shaun James Fox LR: Tell us about this season’s collection and runway, what was the inspiration behind it? Jiri: The original … Continue reading Interview: Jiri Kalfar
With the release of Birds of Prey this month, Emmie Cosgrove explores the fashion history of one of DC’s beloved anti-heroes, Harley Quinn, and how an all-female production team can allow more creative freedom for character costume design. In … Continue reading The Fashion History of Harley Quinn
Emmie Cosgrove explores the influence that fantasy has on fashion, with a focus on dark fantasy and the fashion subcultures and couture designers that are inspired by and celebrate dark fantasy. Remember being a child and the excitement that came … Continue reading Fantasy’s Influence on Fashion
In this article, Emmie Cosgrove discusses and explores how retail might change over the next half-decade. If I ever decide to physically go shopping, I’ll usually make a day out of it. Meet up with a few friends and stroll … Continue reading HOW WILL RETAIL CHANGE OVER THE NEXT 5 YEARS?
In this article Emmie Cosgrove will be exploring the history of the top four makeup looks and why these classic looks never go out of style. With illustrations by Joe Bailey. Throughout the 2000s there have been changes to how … Continue reading CLASSIC MAKEUP LOOKS THAT DON’T GO OUT OF STYLE
In this article Emmie Cosgrove discusses how King Princess gives queer people a voice in pop music and reviews her latest London gig. Mikaela Strauss, better known by her stage name King Princess, has performed in London just once before, … Continue reading LONDON MEETS KING PRINCESS
Topshop, one of the biggest fast fashion retailers, have just released their first sustainable collection: Considered. Spring, summer, autumn or winter, sustainability is a fashion trend that will never go out of season and has become increasingly popular this year. … Continue reading Topshop’s Considered Collection