Tag : in the middle

Thinking Vintage: Our top picks for second hand clothing

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If you like quirky, retro garments, you’ve come to the right University. Leeds provides a hub of vintage clothing shops, ideal for those of us bored of the high street repeats, looking to shop more ethically or just trying to stretch that student loan. The real question is not whether … Read More

Too little, too late?

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Everyone’s talking about the ban on underweight models taken by major French fashion companies, but is it really worth all the attention? New Fashion editor, Lydia Varney, gives us her take on the latest change to the runway. With the news emerging that as of October 1st, two major French … Read More

Flux Opening Party – Review

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Already a well-established club night on the Beaver Works rota, Flux provides a haven of music variety. Despite its recognition for showcasing some of the biggest and best names in the house and techno music industries, Flux caters for all tastes, serving up no less than six rooms of music. … Read More

Could Tom Ford’s SS18 NYFW Collection signal the return of 90s fashion?

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Ford’s now well established label is expected to reach over $2 billion in retail sales this season. Attracting the likes of Kim Kardashian, Karlie Kloss and Cindy Crawford to the front row of Park Avenue Armoury for his New York Fashion Week collection, he certainly did not disappoint. The collection … Read More

Saving the World with Fashion

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Often unfairly criticised as being a culture built on excess, fashion can instead be  a liberating force for social good. Darla Dryland investigates the glamour behind Oxfam’s festival reselling. As the fabulous festival season draws to a close, many of us will be suffering from the unavoidable post-festival blues. Getting … Read More

What’s Your Flavour? Our Guide to Leeds’ Clubs

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In a city like Leeds, its easy to be bewildered by the sheer number of nights out available. With this in mind, Clubs Editors Dan King and Milly Whyman give you a crash course of the best the city has to offer. Cheap ‘n’ Cheesy Pryzm £1 entry? £1 drinks? … Read More

50 Years of Summer: the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love

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In San Francisco, 1967, a cultural revolution was taking place. Teenagers were questioning and challenging the values of the previous generation; conservatism, monogamy and tradition were rejected in favour of vibrant music, sexual liberation and psychedelia. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. In light of … Read More

Bestival 2017: the summer finale

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Ah, Bestival. The summer finale. The icing on the cake. The glistening cherry on top of the proverbial ice cream sundae. Only Bestival can truly mark the end of British summertime. As we unpack our towering, still slightly damp backpacks, we should probably put away the pink wigs and orange … Read More

High Street Dupes: Student Style Save

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It’s the beginning of term, the beginning of a new chapter and, for most of us, the beginning of the slippery slope into your overdraft! With all of this new found freedom, it can be hard to manage your pennies…especially when a night out in the city centre, followed by … Read More

‘Rainbow’ by Kesha

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The first line that Kesha sings on ‘Rainbow’ is “I got too many people I got left to prove wrong.” And yet, the album suggests that she knows she owes nothing to anyone – in ‘Hymn’ she asserts “don’t need no forgiveness”, and in ‘Let ‘Em Talk’ she cries out … Read More