Sarah discusses whether fashion is still important amid a global health crisis.
Sarah Mortimore reviews Northern Ballet’s new production Geisha.
Digital editor Sarah discusses one fashion brand’s hypocritical blunder on International Women’s Day.
LRFS showcased that Leeds University have some serious model talent. Online editor Sarah catches up with two of the models Aoife and Eleanor, getting the behind-the-scenes lowdown on preparing for the show and their outfits
Everyone deserves a better night’s sleep, though as all student’s know, getting our forty winks can be challenging. Digital editor Sarah reviews Neom’s new sleep range.
How to get tickets, how to get to the after-party, and all about the charities.
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Matt Haig’s Reasons to Stay Alive, part autobiography/part self-help book, discloses the author’s journey with depression and road towards recovery. Sarah Mortimore reviews the play and catches up with Janet Etuk, who plays Andrea, Matt’s […]
Online editor Sarah Mortimore collates some products to help your Movembers, and reflects on the wider lessons that the campaign offers to fashion’s future charity causes.
Fashion is not just for wearing but for admiring, and with the clocks now back and the extra hours of darkness creeping in, online editor Sarah Mortimore unpicks the optimism underlying some of the key AW19 trends. Think colour, shine, even pieces made from jelly. Whether you own these clothes or just appreciate them, they promise to make you smile, give you a lift, and warm you up from the inside out. More than just fleeting trends, autumn winter fashion can prescribe a whole wardrobe of positive uplift if you look for it.