The biggest event for any Fashionista, London Fashion Week has been and gone for 2013. I was lucky enough to land a social media internship position for an online magazine, where I received free tickets to see the SS14 shows in return for blogging, tweeting and reviewing shows that I had seen. However, not everyone I told was as excited as I was. A common response from people when I told that I was going to London Fashion Week was ‘Oh, well, try to have fun even if the people aren’t that nice…’ with their voice trailing off into an incomprehensible blur.» >Read More »
Here are some fashion essentials that will definitely come in handy during your first year, and possibly the whole of your Uni life. Freshers, take note!
A stylish yet sturdy bag – You may think that a good looking, cheap bag is the way forward, however you will often find that you’re taking chunky books to lectures or frequently stocking up in the library. A bag that is both stylish and sturdy is definitely advisable, as a student budget means you will want something that will last!» >Read More »
As much as the fashion department strives to adhere to a student budget, we often struggle. We’re often left a little bit more broke than we’d like, and we’re still dying to get our hands on a new outfit for a night out. When the purse strings won’t stretch, maybe it’s time to turn to technology.
Fashionably Skint is a brand new app to get you clothes for free. The innovative design lets students borrow clothes at the new dedicated swap spots on campus.» >Read More »
We all know what it’s like, being a student. So many beautiful clothes, so many wonderful events to wear them to but we have no money to buy them with! So, I’ve scoured the shops for bargains and have come up with a few staple items that you can use consistently throughout the term.
1. Thick Jumpers –Many of these are needed to make up for the lack of heating within the accommodation.» >Read More »
It may be winter but that means the fashion forward are already a step ahead, considering what to wear next year for spring/summer 2014.
Ladylike tailoring & pastel hues, neat skirts and 50s dresses in powder pinks and buttercup yellow featured heavily at Samantha Cameron’s favourite. Bold stripes, ladylike pointy shoes and trapeze dresses made a hit on the catwalk at the stylish location of New Bond Street’s Halcyon Gallery. » >Read More »
Winter calls for cold weather and therefore, warm clothes. Do not despair! You may be colder than usual waiting in the club queue line or walking to campus and wondering why you did not wear those thicker socks. However, what is better than snuggling in that comfy winter coat or onesie? This article will take you through essential winter clothing and show what is popular right now.
Not surprisingly, the onesie, perfect for students who cannot afford huge amounts of heating, will head this selection of essential winter clothing for lounging and night-time.» >Read More »
This September, the eyes of the world turned to New York, as NY Fashion Week kicked off once more. As per usual, they predicted and dictated the trends we will be wearing when the sun finally emerges again in spring 2014.
The style sticking around for another season seems to be the highly popular monochrome look, with black and white as permanent a fixture on the runways as it was at NY’s last fashion week.» >Read More »
The Fresher’s Ball. What to wear to the biggest event of first term? It’s tricky to decide on that perfect outfit, you’ve spent most of your week in an impressive array of fancy dress: neon, plastered with face paint, sheets fashioned into togas, geek glasses, etc. So the fashion department at Spark* have asked some third years that have previously attended for some advice, and here’s what they said…
Anna Jones, Third Year Archaeology student.» >Read More »