The only reason I’m in fashion is to destroy the word conformity.
Vivienne Westwood Isn’t it strange how we’re always told to “just be ourselves”, yet we often end up being succumbed to fitting in with the crowd? Well, it turns out that this can actually have a negative impact on the way that we show up in the world. It all comes down to lack of individuality, which in turn can interfere with our levels of confidence and even self-worth. Clothing should be worn to empower us,
My shopaholic realisation: Forty-three days ago, when all of this madness began, I, like most girls my age, was a self-confessed shopaholic. My daily hobbies consisted of scrolling through online shops for hours at a time and eagerly waiting for those glorious parcels to arrive at my door. So, as you can imagine, when news of lockdown broke out, I was delighted to have all the time in the world to be doing my favourite pastime completely guilt-free. Before long, I had overloa
On the 23rd of March, Boris Johnson ordered a nationwide lockdown due to the growing rate of coronavirus cases in the UK. This lockdown demanded that for the foreseeable future, any non-essential businesses were to be closed to the public, and any non-essential workers now needed to work from home. While supermarkets have continued to serve the public and are struggling to keep up with panic buying demand, other businesses such as those in the fashion industry are struggling