Written by Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse Recently people have become aware that others can actually see them. Either thanks to the re-opening of the world, or the awfully humbling inverted filter on TikTok, we have realised that people don’t perceive us how we think, or hope, they do. All humans – even those who exude a… Read More Be Your Own Best Friend: The Importance of Self Image
Written by Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse It’s 2005 and Youtube has just hit the internet. You’re opened up to a world of classic viral content like ‘Charlie bit my finger’ and Liam Kyle Sullivan’s ‘Shoes’ – the world will never be the same. Luckily for us, the platform and its content has vastly evolved since its… Read More No Pressure Knowledge
Written by Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse The working class: to many, they represent anti-establishment, people who have not been sold or bought, unlike the jaded middle classes. They’re hardworking, purely authentic people. Especially for the young middle class generation, who rightfully want to rebel against the morals they’ve lived under so far, this ‘realness’ and ‘uncompromising’… Read More The Unpaid Muse: The Fashion Industry’s Contradicting Relationship With The Working Class
Written by Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse H&M’s 2021 sustainability concept, Innovation Stories, aims to ‘continue’ their journey towards sustainable fashion. The brand has dedicated themselves to championing cutting edge textiles developed by brilliant thinkers, researchers and scientists. The first collection of the project, ‘Science Story’, dropped on the 18th of March and utilizes environmentally conscious fabrics… Read More H&M Are Greenwashing Us Again: Can Fast Fashion Ever Be Ethical?