Eirwen Abberley Watton draws our attention towards an often ignored sub-genre – climate fiction – and the tangible impacts it has.
Maggie John discusses Netflix’s hit show, ‘Bridgerton’, following social media’s new-found obsession with Regency-era fashion
Sienna White discusses what can we expect from fashion this year
Michael Galley answers some of those all important questions surrounding the resurgence of the mullet Ah, the mullet… Once the confine of rock stars, lesbians and American ice hockey players, this unorthodox hairstyle is now as ubiquitous in Exeter as a Ralphy quarter zip, Pret subscription or the name Poppy. Just as no self-respecting Holland […]
Max Ingleby talks TikTok and its relationship with music.
Harry Edmundson discusses the relationship between social media influences and literature and the online trend of reading.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, remarks on the current trend of borrowing trends from our beloved seniors As we apprehensively greet the coming of a new year/decade, we may find it fitting to look to the past, and specifically to our elders, for wisdom. Although, on second thoughts, this may not be entirely accurate (I […]
Evanna Kappos reviews Alexa Chung’s new sleepwear collection It’s hard not to get a kick out of the Holly Golightly-esque tailoring of the classic cuts in Alexa Chung’s sleepwear line AC Sleep, released recently. One can almost imagine stumbling to the door of a New York apartment in a pistachio soft satin playsuit, with a […]
Freya Insoll examines the high’s and low’s of fashion as we approach the end of the decade
Freya Insoll scrutinises her top picks from the recent Fashion Week While Exeter may still be in the grips of the second coming of the Ice (aka. rain) Age, London is already looking ahead to the balmier climes of Spring/Summer 2020. The runways dictate we should soon throw off our old North Face puffer jackets […]