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 Print Editor Iona Tompkins interviews Leeds student Sarah Jun Ashford-Brown before she embarks on a five day shoot in Paris
showcasing local independent brands.
Jewellery designer and Leeds student Elizabeth Evans talks classical art, finding your style and taking pride in what you do.
Us Gryphon fashion writers, have a bit of a penchant for our tote bags. The beloved accessory is rarely far from site on the Leeds campus, so we decided we‘d talk you through our favourites and why we love them so much.
Anouk Sarfati studies the rise of the headband, tracing its loyalty to our heads from ancient Greece to Gossip Girl.
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.
Major sports brands are pledging their commitment to female empowerment. But is it just mere lip service? Iona Tompkins discusses.
Faye Clayton discusses the stand-out pieces within the Duchess of Cambridge‘s Pakistan tour wardrobe.
e fashion industry is notorious for unpaid internships – but is it as bad as all that? Returning from years in industry, Lydia Varney and Millie Cross discuss the pros and cons of working for free.
It’s that time of year again. This week Leeds RAG are holding their much anticipated model casting.