Framing May Day: Festival of Flowers

Cherwell Fashion drew inspiration from May Day's origins, a Festival of Flowers, for this editorial

Canal Coating

There's Nothing Quite Like Messing Around on the Water

The Coloured Market

Cherwell fashion takes two models, two versatile staples and creates six great outfits

Equal Opportunity: Revolution or Trend?

Elif Acar discusses the 'genderless wardrobe' and whether pragmatic application is possible

When Fashion and Art Converge

Ciara Downey discusses the parallels betwen art and the fashion industry

Suit and Tie: Summer Trends

Jack Davies explores the most notable menswear trends of the season

The Renaissance

Cherwell Fashion reflects upon the artistic reach of the Renaissance in modern fashion.

Initiation

Yuletide black tie meets macabre woodland fantasy — hold on to your heads

The Way We Wore

Olivia Sung discusses how her wardrobe and attitude have changed from first year to third

Vexing St Valentine

Lucia Craft-Marquez on fashion's take on love

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