Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, interviews President of the Fashion Society Sacha Bushby on their upcoming charity fashion show 2019 was the year of buzzwords in the fashion world: ethical, sustainable, independent, vintage, the list endures. However, the Exeter Fashion Society are bringing in the new decade with style and consideration, as they translate these […]
A study conducted by the University of Exeter has found people who live in more built-up areas and spend less free-time in nature are also less likely to take actions that benefit the environment. The study, analysing 24,000 survey responses across England, received publication in Environment International and was funded by NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in […]
Paige Insalaco advises us on how to have a sustainable Halloween I think we can all agree that Halloween is one of the most entertaining holidays we partake in, however, the sustainability of the tradition is being called into question given the current climate crisis we’re in. One of the most iconic elements of Halloween, […]
Sophie Goschen scrutinises the topics of tampon tax, period poverty and sustainability
Catherine Lloyd ruminates on sustainability in the fashion industry post-London Fashion Week Fashion has always been political. From the politically loaded ‘Choose Life’ Katherine Hamnett slogan tees, to the donning of black on Hollywood’s red carpet amid the Time’s Up campaign; fashion is a tool that allows us to engage when we don’t have the necessary […]
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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 […]
Tom Broadbent, Foreign Correspondent in Spain, decided to challenge his students to engage with macro politics. He introduces an article by one of his students, María Garcia Gálvez, discussing why Spain has not yet made the most of solar power.
Trying to shop ethically on a student budget isn’t the easiest thing in the world, and some sustainable influencers would have people believe that sustainability is an all or nothing game. However, there are plenty of small, affordable ways to follow a more ethical lifestyle that can fit into a student budget without going entirely […]
Online Lifestyle Editor, Amy Butterworth, dissects the newfound craze of wardrobe clear-outs and scrutinises their feasibility in a world of Fast Fashion Down the rabbit hole of fashion YouTube, you may find yourself enchanted by hour-long compendiums of people sifting through their overflowing wardrobes, as they painstakingly filter out the items that no longer bring […]