Last June 10th, the British Fashion Council (BFC) celebrated its long-awaited Intitute of Positive Fashion Forum (IPF Forum), in which the fashion in...
Often fashion brands are geared towards attracting a female-based clientele, yet few of these companies actually hold women and feminism as a core value. It’s about time we had companies both representing and supporting the feminist movement. We have compiled a list of brands who are really stepping up and doing their bit to promote gender equality and feminism throughout their work.
Digital fashion has taken high fashion brands by storm, and inevitably so, the rest of the world as well. Being a highly advanced technological power...
Seoul, South Korea is fast becoming a fashion hotspot. The pandemic has sparked a transition towards an ‘untact’ society; a Korean term to describe reducing contact as much as possible, wherever possible. In combination with its rapid consumerism culture, its unique ability to adapt, and an ever-evolving fashion industry; Seoul is booming.
Digital technology is sweeping the current fashion scene. This new-wave technology is making huge advancements, making use of 3D technology and pixelated imagery. It’s a software that allows you to wear varying amounts of different clothing without ever, actually, wearing them. It’s downloaded.
Veganism is a hot topic right now. With ‘Veganuary’, and an ever-increasing array of animal-free products becoming available in shops and restaurants across the world; it is fast becoming an accessible, sustainable diet. How truly accessible is it though?
"Positive representation and love for colour is my inspiration. Growing up a plus sized, mixed race girl in Britain, I felt out of place. I never wore bright colours or patterns in fear of being called out, and assumed that fashion like that wasn't meant for me. I mean, where do you see chubby brown girls in cool clothes in the 90's fashion scene?"