Conner Ives’ catwalk debut opened up a time capsule. Ives’ take on high-fashion wasn’t that unobtainable and opulent art form it usually is, he took us to a realm we could all achieve and threw us back to Y2K.
Musical theatre wasn’t always deemed as a particularly ‘cool’ part of popular culture. But, have we reached a turning point?
Milena Srandeva explores the rise in choice-driven game play and why consumers love being able to decide the story’s fate.
Emma Dixon explores the response to backlash against the announcement that influencer Molly Mae has written an autobiography.
The bold covers and big names entice us, but just how authentically impartial are the bookshop displays that influence our book buying habits?
Since lockdown began, there’s been emphasis upon improving oneself … to become a “better you”. But, what does this actually mean?
Cara Lee discusses the way in which publishing has become a problematic popularity and beauty contest.