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SHOPPING | DECEMBER 18

The Christmas Knitwear Edit

Say goodbye to those scratchy woollens! And put away those garish prints! Here’s my pick of the most stylish festive jumpers in stores now that are guaranteed to have you sorted for the winter months to come.

SHOPPING | NOVEMBER 18

The Party Edit

Sequins, velvets, sparkling jewels, this season everything is just that little bit extra. Here’s my pick of the standout dresses, jumpsuits and all the trimmings. Get your glad rags on, it’s time to party!

SHOPPING | OCTOBER 18

The Autumn Edit

From an autumnal take on the coveted wrap dress to pearlescent accessories, check out my edit of the pieces I’m loving right now- in stores and online. You’re welcome.

 
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FASHION EDIT | JANUARY 19

New year, new style inspiration. Check out my jumbo mood-board for how to navigate the post-Christmas (not-yet-spring) season with a crush of colour and serious flair.

 

FEATURE | NOVEMBER 18

How to Curate a Jewellery Uniform

…and 6 new influencer-approved jewellery labels you need on your radar. Essential reading.

FASHION EDIT | OCTOBER 18

Spotlight on the AW18 Collections

Take some last-minute inspiration from the catwalks of London, New York, Paris & Milan with my analysis of 10 standout collections.

FEATURE | NOVEMBER 18

Why You Should be Talking About Circular Fashion

Everything you need to know about Circular Fashion and the companies disrupting the fast fashion model.

 

SHOPPING | DECEMBER 18

The New Year’s Eve Style Edit

The best high street picks and how to style them.

FEATURE | NOVEMBER 18

Is our excreta the future of sustainability in fashion?

Imagine a future in which our bodies could secrete their own clothes and accessories? For the designer Alice Potts this concept is fast becoming a reality- she uses bio-technologies to demonstrate how our body’s excreta could be the future of sustainable fashion. As fashion has long been considered an extension of the self, Potts creates garments that are an actual biological representation of the wearer.

 
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LIFESTYLE

 
 

BEAUTY | APRIL 19

Finally, Glossier Play is HERE. Discover my edit of the best beauty products in their new brand of bold, mega-watt makeup. Enter the Playroom…

 
 

SHOPPING EDIT | DECEMBER 18

The Alternative Christmas Gift Guide

BEAUTY | OCTOBER 18

#1 Beauty How-To: Speedy Facial

At first glance, this basketful of products may not look speedy!… but trust me this is a 3 minute fuss-free beauty regime you need in your life.

 
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ACTIVISM

 

OPINION | JANUARY 19

Why We Need More Disability Representation in Politics

Although 20% of people have disabilities, less that 1% of MPs are disabled in the UK.

FEATURE | NOVEMBER 18

Purple Tuesday

Everything you need to know about the purple pound and the UK's first accessible shopping day. Get clued up now.

 
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FEMINISM | FEBRUARY 19

Q&A Women’s March London

We discuss everything from what makes an effective protest to whether there’s any such thing as “authentic” participation in a world dominated by social media.

REPRESENTATION | FEBRUARY 19

Interview: the UK’s First Inclusive Modelling Agency

Since launching in early 2017, Zebedee Management has exclusively represented people with physical and learning disabilities.

REPRESENTATION | OCTOBER 18

The Verdict on GRAZIA’S Big Fashion Issue

This season’s Big Fashion Issue was dedicated to highlighting disability representation. But why does a cover featuring inspiring, powerful women (who happen to have disabilities) have to be seen as revolutionary?

 
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INTERVIEWS

 

FEMINISM | FEBRUARY 19

Q&A Women’s March London

We discuss everything from what makes an effective protest to whether there’s any such thing as “authentic” participation in a world dominated by social media.

REPRESENTATION | FEBRUARY 19

Interview: the UK’s First Inclusive Modelling Agency

Since launching in early 2017, Zebedee Management has exclusively represented people with physical and learning disabilities.