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“Florals, for spring? Ground breaking.” We’ve heard it all before, but perhaps we haven’t thought to turn to florals for autumn and winter. This season, think dark and moody trimmed with lace and you’re well on your way to nailing the first major autumn 2019 trend. Another perfect way to channel this trend is to…


Live life a little greener

Many of us has seen the massive increase in awareness around climate issues in recent months. With Extinction Rebellion taking Norwich by storm, and students planning to walk out on 15 March for #youthstrike4climate, it is clear massive action needs to be taken. But all that is futile if we don’t all do our part….


Highlights of 2017

Fashion In fashion, we have seen the return of big sleeves – bell sleeves, flared sleeves, whatever you want to call them- which have been everywhere this year, and offer an easy way to inject some 70s flair into your everyday wardrobe. (That is, if you can look past how impractical they are for doing…


Zara’s financial faux pas

Despite a year of record sales for Spanish fashion giant Zara, in which they saw sales break the £600 million mark for the first time ever, they reported a steep loss in profit following a move in head office location and mass reinvestment back into stores. Pre-tax profits reportedly dropped from £58.3m to £39.2m in…


Boots for Autumn

Hearing leaves crunch under your feet in the autumn is arguably one of the best sounds of the year. There’s something immensely satisfying about the sound, and unlike the debates about pumpkin spice, you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone who disagrees with the appeal of marching across a spread of orange leaves in a…

August 2022
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    Decolonising English in Argentina
    We are facing a climate catastrophy, the translation or proofreading could have been done online. Decolonising seems to be used to justify all sorts of things, including bad ones like…
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    Decolonising English in Argentina
    New forms of saviourism -it never ends this perpetuating of the Global South being something that needs visits from those good-willed who want to "help" from the Global North. It…
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