Nick Powell discusses the mental strain of being an athlete amidst media speculation.
Resident of Tokyo Anna Wilmot reviews Chanel’s less notorious Mademoiselle Privé collection in a surprising exhibition Chanel is undoubtedly a household name, notorious for revolutionising the world of high fashion, and instantly recognisable for its chic, timeless designs. Yet whilst the name may readily conjure to mind images of little black dresses and expensive perfume, […]
Holly Lamb reviews Tokyo’s fashion week From the 14th– 20th October 2019, the stylish streets within the metropolitan maze that is Tokyo became the stage for the future of fashion. The people of Tokyo are fearless. From the never-ending neon, to the layered charcoal grunge fabrics, this is where streetstyle is at its finest. The streets […]
The Brave Blossoms: How Japan is Coming Together during the Rugby World Cup Anna Wilmot, Foreign Correspondent in Japan, gives an insight into the Rugby World Cup-fever across the country and how this event has brought Japanese people together. The Rugby World Cup has brought Japan to a fever-pitch of excitement, and the sport is […]
Overcoming Typhoon Hagibis through a Festival? Foreign Correspondent in Japan, Hannah Daniels, decodes Japanese resilience by looking at the Bakeneko Festival – held in the aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis. Typhoon Hagibis, meaning “speed” in the Philippine language Tagalog, barrelled towards Tokyo on the evening of Saturday October 12th, stirring winds of up to 180km per […]
Nick Powell, Online Sport Editor, reviews the first 10 days of the ongoing Rugby World Cup. It’s been a superb and unpredictable start to the Rugby World Cup and after 18 of the 48 games, we find ourselves with more questions than answers. At first, things seemed to be following a similar pattern to previous […]