●●●●● Season sixteen of Project Runway celebrated models of all sizes, and this fresh inclusivity inspired creative excellence among the sixteen chosen designers. The finale saw the remaining four competitors, Margarita Alvarez, Brandon Kee, Ayana Ife and Kentaro Kameyama showcase … Continue reading Make It Work: Project Runway Season 16 Finale The finale saw the remaining four competitors showcase their collections at New York Fashion Week, which succeeded in not only embracing plus-sized models, but also the culture and heritage of the diverse four.
“Stories” 12th May 2017 A pickled orange is not a fruit, unless you tell me so. These lines along the sky carve heavenly spheres into the backs of fallen titans, hollow and soft. Feeble blackbirds will arrange a noose for … Continue reading Poetry Corner: “Stories”
Red is the statement colour for autumn/winter this year, and English and History of Art Senior Freshman Anna Svalbe utilises bold, brash impact with a vintage wool coat. The pairing of red and pink this season forces us to deconstruct … Continue reading November’s Front Square Fashion Anna Svalbe talks to our Fashion Deputy Editor about her autumnal style choices.
Drag, horror, filth and glamour took to YouTube last night as the second season of ‘Boulet Brothers’ Dragula’ premiered on WOW Presents. Dragula encompasses everything socially unacceptable, celebrating an art form that is daring and unapologetic. Even in the world … Continue reading Boulet Brothers: Dragula Season 2 Premiere Drag, Horror, Filth and Glamour
●●●●○ Anthony Vaccarello presented his third collection for Yves Saint Laurent at Paris Fashion Week 2017, just weeks after the unfortunate passing of Pierre Burgé, co-founder of the iconic couture house. Delving into the archives of YSL, Vaccarello celebrated what … Continue reading Yves Saint Laurent Spring 2018 The Paris Fashion Week 2017 show held a few playful, enigmatic surprises.