By Rachel Garvey Netflix’s new original series You has recently caught the attention of many viewers worldwide with its suspense-filled storyline of an unhealthy obsession gone wrong. However, although some viewers have their attention focused on where the plot is heading, my focus is on the simple fashion of the main protagonist, Guinevere … [Read more...] about Styled by the show: You
By Michelle McClair Do you like super powers? Epic fight scenes? Highly dysfunctional families? Catchy 80s soundtracks? Well boy do I have a show for you. Netflix’s Umbrella Academy has it all. Umbrella Academy follows the lives of seven adopted siblings, who were all born on the same day to mothers who were not pregnant the morning before they gave birth, as they try to … [Read more...] about Netflix’s Umbrella Academy: the perfect excuse to procrastinate those essays
By Sarah Gill “If they want to call you crazy, fine. Show them what crazy can do.” In the past, ladies’ sportswear advertisements have featured women engaging in some yoga or maybe a light jog. We never get to see sweat. We never get to see true, unrestrained emotion. Nike’s new Dream Crazier advertisement is 90-seconds of raw determination and empowerment. … [Read more...] about Nike just did that
By Amy McMahon Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner first took to our screens as Sansa Stark in 2011. Since her debut she has been a fashion force to be reckoned with, covering Marie Claire, Nylon and many more major magazines. This month Glamour have announced Turner will join her GOT co-star Maisie Williams as the cover stars of their SS19 Beauty & Style … [Read more...] about Living Her Best Life: Sophie Turner
By Daniel Brennan The idea of “cancelling” celebrities for holding certain opinions, or after finding out something awful they did in their past, has been about for the past few years now. This has only expanded via internet culture jumping on anything and everything as soon as it can. Switching from one controversy to another, as the never-ending news cycle continues on and … [Read more...] about Cancelled culture and judging celebrities on their past: when is it justified?