Anna Romanovska and Amy Butterworth, Lifestyle Editors, review the eagerly-anticipated Slow Fashion Show The stately, history-laden walls of Exeter Cathedral housed the second annual Slow Fashion Show on the 21st September, an endeavour to inspire a future sans Fast Fashion. As part of Exeter Fashion and Beauty Week (which knocked LFW out the park), this […]
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, offers fashion advice for transitioning between the warmer and colder months Autumn. Fall. L’automne. It doesn’t matter what you call it, you haven’t the faintest idea how to dress for the incumbent season. As the trees shed their leaves while we don layer upon layer, let’s also rework the narrative […]
Lifestyle editor Amy Butterworth reviews the latest BROCKHAMPTON album.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, applauds the Vintage Fashion Show, an evening of championing independent brands and celebrating decade-inspired pieces.
Online Lifestyle Editor Amy Butterworth reflects upon the anxieties students face over results.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, talks to Jessica Bains-Lovering about balancing student life with striking for Fridays for Future Exeter Meet Exeter University’s Jessica Bains-Lovering: Human Geography student by day, climate striker by night. As Fresher’s Week rolls around, she isn’t worrying about which sport club to join or where the biggest club night will […]
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, speaks to the founder of the Vintage brand in anticipation of their Vintage Fashion Show.
Online Lifestyle Editor, Amy Butterworth, explores her relationship with alcohol and muses on drinking in moderation My relationship with alcohol has been an awfully long and winding passage, much comparable to the swirly straw you always hope to get with your piña colada (just me?) However, my alcohol experience now leaves me with a bitter […]
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, discusses heteronormativity in literature.
Why ‘anon’ is a woman of colour Online Lifestyle Editor, Amy Butterworth, highlights the value of events like FemSoc’s Women of Colour Poetry Night and the need to decolonise the arts VIRGINIA Woolf famously said that “anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman”. In contrast, the “anon” of today […]