Tag : in the middle

Junior Doctors: Blood, Sweat and Tears

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BBC Three’s new documentary series, Junior Doctors: Blood, Sweat and Tears, was first broadcast on 25th October 2017. The series is set in New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, and follows the hospital’s newest recruits: the fresh-faced, newly qualified junior doctors who are just beginning their work placements. On top of being … Read More

Celeb Style File: Cressida Bonas

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Leeds alumna Cressida Bonas may be best known for being an ex of Prince Harry’s, but she’s also an actress, dancer, and model in her own right. Moreover – she’s also got one of the most eclectic yet classy styles I’ve come across. Quintessentially British with a unique blend of … Read More

Is High Street Fashion a Bore?

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It seems you can’t walk into any High Street store at the moment without having deja vu – you can walk into Topshop and see nearly an exact array of items a bit later in Zara, and then again in Primark. In recent years, High Street stores have less been … Read More

Window Shopping: Treat or Torture?

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There are two types of people in this world: those that shop for fun, and those that shop for necessity. If you’re the first, you may well be inclined to argue that window shopping is a joy; a leisurely activity that requires no expenditure, provides all the inspiration you need … Read More

The High Street’s Top Trios

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Our experience of the high street is ultimately the one thing that keeps drawing us back. It has become a weekly ritual to throw away our hard-earned cash in exchange for the clothes of our dreams (or the nearest alternative that won’t bankrupt us). So, to reflect on the stores … Read More

Vogue in politics: creating an impact through fashion

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We often associate the fashion industry with superficiality, a world where everything is based on appearance and following what we are told is ‘trendy’. Indya Harvey looks at a few of the most political moments in Vogue, proving that fashion can be both profound and impactful. The Women’s March One … Read More

Trend Alert: Corduroy!

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Bets are that you haven’t been able to walk into a shop, or have a scroll on Asos without coming across a jewel toned item of corduroy. Last winter my friends laughed at me as I text them raving about my brand-new purchase of some navy cord flares. Well who’s … Read More

Your wardrobe will be turning into the upside down with Topshop’s Stranger Things collection

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All recent evidence points to this: Guns N’ Roses t-shirts are no more. TV t-shirts are the new band t-shirts, and Netflix series Stranger Things has taken the stage. After its incredibly successful debut season last year, it has become pop culture’s new cult TV show. And the ultimate proof … Read More

In The Middle With Bad Sounds

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If any band knows how to throw a party, it’s Bath/Bristol band Bad Sounds. Composed of brothers Callum and Ewan Merrett and some of their mates, their indie-funk sensibilities are attracting the attention of audiences and music critics alike. I had a chat with singer Callum Merrett to talk musical … Read More

Fashion in Protest

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Often regarded as an industry that turns a blind eye to sustainability issues, in recent years the fashion world has begun to change. With an increasing demand for fast fashion, however, it’s no wonder the industry that’s responsible for over 50 million tonnes of polyester annually has a bad name. … Read More