The Girl on the Train: the most anticipated thriller of the year

The world oozed excitement on hearing that Paula Hawkins’s best selling thriller novel was being adapted for a film. Anticipating the translation of words to moving pictures many have been left disappointed at Tate Taylor’s version of The Girl on the Train. Having devoured the pages of her novel myself, I must admit critics have a… Read More The Girl on the Train: the most anticipated thriller of the year

‘Are you a player or a watcher?’ Nerve; the must see movie of the summer

For a while now, nothing at the cinema has been particularly striking. Nothing has broken boundaries or had the ability to leave a lasting impression on audiences, the very component that fuels the cinema industry. Nothing has impressed, until the release of  ‘Nerve’. With a fantastic combination of romance, modernization, and thrill, this movie has… Read More ‘Are you a player or a watcher?’ Nerve; the must see movie of the summer

Finding fashion through cultural restraints: an interview with student, Afifah Ahamd

Afifah has her back to the scorching sun as she lounges in a wicker chair on the terrace of Conde Nast College. She is poised, waiting for my questions with anticipation and an air of easy confidence. Dressed in a pale pink off the shoulder cotton shirt and a pair of white jeans, she oozes… Read More Finding fashion through cultural restraints: an interview with student, Afifah Ahamd

Corruption killing the Fashion Industry one social media star at a time

The world’s most disputed industry, fashion has always seemed to march to the beat of its own drum and follow its own set of guidelines. Morals and corruption have been called into question many a time, however it never seems to change the way it operates. Has the recent marriage of social media culture and… Read More Corruption killing the Fashion Industry one social media star at a time

Why we should remember Sonia Rykiel, Queen of the Knits

French fashion designer and doubed “pioneer” by President of France, Francois Hollande himself, died of Parkinson’s disease last Thursday, age 68.   Suffering from the disease since 2012, the late designer has played a massive role in establishing Paris as a contender on the global fashion map and has a legacy that will remain with… Read More Why we should remember Sonia Rykiel, Queen of the Knits

Families That Fashion Together: The offspring getting it right this season

They say the most important thing to have is family and the fashion world is beginning to embrace this mantra in full force as future icons are not only sharing the same flare for style but also the same surname. Lucky Blue, Pyper America, Starlie Cheyenne and Daisy Clementine Smith: Born in Utah to Sheridan… Read More Families That Fashion Together: The offspring getting it right this season

Fashion gives back: TOMS X Prabal Gurung Collab for Nepal

This summer fashion designer Prabal Gurung has teamed up with popular footwear brand TOMS to support the designer’s home town of Nepal following the devastating earthquake back in 2015. For Nepal with Love features a set of unique creations inspired by the country’s colours, textures and stories with the balance of tradition and modernisation being an important element… Read More Fashion gives back: TOMS X Prabal Gurung Collab for Nepal