When fashion meets religion: the best and the worst of the 2018 Met Gala

It’s that time of year again where fashion and art meet in perfect harmony, this time with the theme of “heavenly bodies”, designers and a-listers were tasked with finding the perfect look which balanced true fashion, symbolic aspects of the catholic faith and a hint of costume and showman ship. Think golden halos, beaded crosses and rich tapestries to get the nights theme. Best Brand: … Continue reading When fashion meets religion: the best and the worst of the 2018 Met Gala

Sex appeal in fashion

Sex sells. It’s a phrase ingrained into everyone’s mind regardless of their relation to the fashion industry. But in light of the recent controversy surrounding Kaia Gerber, the 16 year old daughter of Cindy Crawford, appearing in a Chanel campaign the question on many peoples mind is has it gone to far? Without a doubt, fashion is about pushing boundaries. With the many thousands of … Continue reading Sex appeal in fashion

Why Rape victims owe f*ck all to other people: My story and a lesson in empathy

I had just turned 17 when i was raped. I was new to town, and new to the kind of world I was about to become familiar with. Having grown up and spent most of my life in a painfully sheltered village, its safe to say i was somewhat naive to the ways of the world. Newark is not a big town, nor an exceptionally … Continue reading Why Rape victims owe f*ck all to other people: My story and a lesson in empathy

The health kick and the growling stomach

Everybody has a trigger, one which motivates them to get up and change their situation. Mine was about two weeks ago, as i sat with my feet up in front of the TV munching my bacon sandwich while staring in confusion as a man with a perfectly toned body tried to convince me that he got this way through minor electric convulsions. What could possibly … Continue reading The health kick and the growling stomach