Leah Buckle explores the new return to French trends that has crept up on us, and why we’re obsessed with Gallic grace. Summer 2018 has seen the revival of Parisian chic. Think slouchy t-shirts tucked into cropped jeans with just-out-of-bed perfectly … Continue reading THE FRENCH GIRL RENAISSANCE
Our ‘Tropicana’ editorial for this issue features the work of florist and accessories designer Lisa Darban. Rhiannon D’Averc caught up with her to find out what it’s like to work with a living material. How did you get into working … Continue reading Interview: LISA DARBAN
Ellie Dyson researches the evolution of women’s beachwear. With the holiday season upon us, shoppers everywhere are browsing the aisles looking for the best deals on mix-and-match bikinis. But that two-piece in your basket has gone through a two-hundred-year evolution … Continue reading SWIMMING THROUGH HISTORY
This issue, Ellie Dyson investigates the origin of memes, and if they can be considered a form of art. Meme miːm/ noun noun: meme; plural noun: memes 1. An element of a culture or system of behaviour passed from one individual to … Continue reading MEMES: WHAT ARE THEY?
The future of beleaguered department store chain House of Fraser is still uncertain, even after Sports Direct bought it out of administration for £90 million. Suppliers are waiting for payments, and many are now demanding that Mike Ashley – the … Continue reading HOUSE OF FRASER FUTURE STILL UNCERTAIN