By Rebecca Marjoribanks, BA Social Anthropology and East Asian Studies Charity shops, Ebay, Depop, and Vinted are among some of the ways you can buy clothing second-hand. Most people are influenced by the low prices,… Read More »Who Gets to Be Sustainable? Exploring Second-Hand Fashion and its Ever-Increasing Prices
Raffia bows, 3D guipure flowers and gold plated embroidery: African and Asian designers’ take on Haute Couture
Despite high fashion’s apparent rebirth, there is still one aspect that needs to be worked on: media coverage of African and Asian designers.
“(…)supplying London’s underground sexually deviant punk scene with provocative pieces meant to make the conformist masses shudder”
By: Carlotta Rose Busetto, BA International Relations and Chinese More and more Korean designers have been showing at the major fashion weeks and many celebrities, like Rihanna, have been seen sporting their pieces. It’s fair… Read More »5 Korean designers you must know about
Hyunkyung Lee, BA International Studies The Dior Exhibition at London’s V&A Museum is the largest Dior exhibition to hit the UK. Titled “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams”, it begins with the personal history of Christian… Read More »Dior Exhibition: Deification of a Luxury Fashion Brand