Tag : 2018

Fashion resolutions

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Our writers discuss what they want to change about their style this year and how. Do you ever wake up in the morning and put together an incredible outfit only to get hit by a wave of self-consciousness which makes you take it all back off again? This is something … Read More

World Island announce flawless 2018 line-up

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Take one look at the World Island 2018 line-up and your jaw will drop. Headliners Sampha, Loyle Carner and Unknown Mortal Orchestra destine this weekender at Southbank Depot to be something truly special. Crafted by Super Friendz, the line-up is a curation of the best of the UK’s rising musical … Read More

2018: Ones to Watch

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In celebration of the New Year, we have compiled our top 10 artists and bands to look out for over the next twelve months. Sigrid Everybody’s favourite Scandipop sensation Sigrid is practically guaranteed to make waves this year after her well-deserved triumph in BBC Music’s prestigious Sound of 2018 poll. … Read More

Inclusion: The Key to Global Growth

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This week marks the start of the 2018 World Economic Forum. Every year the world leaders and multinational CEOs descend on the tiny Swiss Village of Davos to put the world to rights. Some argue that is an opportunity for the rich, and sometimes famous, to exercise their political and … Read More

Presenting the LRFS 10th anniversary theme!

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It’s finally here! After all that waiting and wondering, LRFS have let us in on their 10th anniversary theme: TIME.LESS The name suggests a certain relationship between the ‘iconic’ within fashion and the concept of time itself. We can expect to encounter time as an experience, time as a way … Read More

2017’s top 5 trends that are here to stay

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This year has been a difficult one on most accounts. The political world is basically on flames in most countries, with the exception of maybe the likes of Canada and France. Public health, women’s rights, and even the Internet have been in danger this year. 2017, in a word, was … Read More

Grammys 2018: The year white men stand back

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Year after year, the Grammys epitomise the whitewashed music industry, particularly within the Album of the Year category. In 2015, Mumford & Sons took Best Album over Frank Ocean’s seminal Channel Orange; A year later, Taylor Swift’s 1989 was considered more culturally important than Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly and, similarly this year, … Read More

Controversy over announcement of 2018’s Met Gala theme

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Although it feels as though the 2017 Met Gala has barely been and gone, the Costume Institute have recently announced the event’s 2018 theme as Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Unsurprisingly, the religious direction of the theme generated headlines that immediately commented on how controversial it is. And, … Read More