Mary Quant: a fashion revolution

A 1960s reverse escapism from the catwalk to the real world

Time to tilt the lens- part 2: which inclusive approaches make...

Inclusivity in fashion is more than just visibility: accessibility of shopping spaces and the actual products are just as important

The perils of the high street: Zara’s polka dot dress.

Should we exclusively shop second hand? The appeal of the "brand-new" and why fast fashion means we all wear the same thing
archie comics betty and veronica

Themed beauty branding: a flimsy ploy or a cultural cornucopia?

Why themed collections can be more than a marketing ploy if they're done well

“Oh, what a beautiful claw!”

Why male designers are fascinated by 'deformed' women

Time to tilt the lens – why is the fashion industry...

Part 1 of a two-part series With crammed shops, an almost complete absence of disabled people on catwalks and...

Luxury fashion in 2019- will it ever be ‘accessible’?

Anna Wintour once said that one of the things she adored most about the fashion industry is its constant drive to evolve...

Sustainable Summer: the best eco-friendly swimwear

Graphics by Eloise Newman As summer rolls around and the days get (mildly) sunnier, it’s easy to get...

Ballroom Brutalism

Models left to right: Joe Cresswell, Toyin Ihinmikalu, Lily Parmar, Kate Whittington, Rebecca Wright, Cyara Chaska Wilsenach, Katy Jenkinson

Hybridity and gendered versatility are the way forward in fashion

I think it’s uncontroversial to claim that gender has been integral to fashion since it’s very creation. Garments have historically been essential expressions of...
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