Lifestyle



Scratching the travel-bragging itch

7th May 2022

Flora Gosling explains why scratch maps are just made for showing off. Showing off your travels has come a long way in the last 20 years. Social media has revolutionised the way we keep friends and family up-to-date about all the glamorous places we visit; we can share minute-by-minute updates about our wonderful experiences all ...


Trusty sources for online recipes

3rd May 2022

Writer Agnieszka Bąk shares her go-to online recipe sources that never fail to impress. It’s Wednesday afternoon and you get the sudden urge to try out a new dinner recipe, or maybe your friends are coming over and you want to throw the dinner party of the decade. There is only one small issue: you ...


Spice up your noodles

2nd May 2022

Writer Charlotte Scrivener shares three simple but game-changing recipes to elevate your instant noodles. Noodles are, I think, one of the finer joys in life. You could offer me noodles at pretty much any time and I would be happy to accept. Their versatility? Unmatched. Different shapes, sauces, sizes, and flavours, from hand stretched biang ...


A meditation on the fashion collaboration

28th April 2022

A look at the history of the fashion collaboration, and where we go from here. On 19 November 2021 Gucci and Balenciaga jointly released the “Hacker Project” and everything I thought I knew about fashion imploded. The “Hacker Project” collection is a collaboration between the two brands: Gucci x Balenciaga. Collaborations have been huge in ...


Should the world be our oyster?

17th April 2022

How to travel ethically without supporting governments that have bad human rights records.  When thinking of places to travel, chances are the type of government and the human rights policies within the country are low on your list of decision-factors. After all, when there’s a cheap flight available, why not take that trip to Turkey ...


Nottolgenhi? No worries!

6th April 2022

Five tips that make cooking less of a chore. I am rather lazy when it comes to cooking. I do really enjoy it, but all the prep work is tiring and after work or uni it’s easier to pop something in the microwave or have a sandwich. And don’t get me started on how much ...


What makes a muse?

6th April 2022

Julia Fox’s claim to the title has writer Caitlin Kilpatrick pondering the meaning of the muse in the fashion world today. Every so often we are met with a quote so perplexing it immediately enters pop culture history. While most of us know Julia Fox from her whirlwind romance with Kanye West post-divorce,  she recently ...


Is Wordle a form of Wellness?

4th April 2022

Far from being just a silly puzzle, Wordle is good for our cognitive health. Wordle is the latest online craze at the moment, having just been bought over by The New York Times after exploding in popularity at the beginning of the year. However, according to a study by neurologist Douglas Scharre, MD, director of ...


Could dress coding be a good thing?

25th March 2022

Marine Ourahli explains how the worlds of coding and fashion can combine to create a more sustainable design through wearable technology. Technology makes, it imagines and it can also be worn. The current situation between the pandemic and climate crisis has pushed the fashion industry to reinvent and rethink itself in order to remain relevant. ...


2022 fashion forecast

15th March 2022

This year’s fashion must-haves, as predicted by Sports Editor Gabriel Wheway. Denim revival  This season’s use of denim, particularly on the runway, has many critics predicting a rethink of the style completely. This has involved an adjustment of production techniques in order to evoke the structure of the denim on more comfortable fabrics. Diesel and ...