Is This the Key to Achieving Your 2020 Resolutions?

As gym offers and diet subscriptions fill your inbox, there is a kinder way to kick start positive change this year Continue reading Is This the Key to Achieving Your 2020 Resolutions?

Selling an Illusion: why ‘women’s magazine feminism’ is a tool for neoliberalism

Originally published as an iteration of my MA thesis by Artefact in 2018 for its Stack Award-nominated issue. View digitally here (page 22). “ACTION! HOW YOU CAN TAKE DOWN HOLLYWOOD’S ABUSERS… 100% Made By Women… BADASS FEMALES…FOLLOW TRENDS? I MAKE MY OWN” Women’s magazine headlines are shouting one thing loud and clear. Female empowerment is in. A feminism phenomenon is sweeping the mainstream like never … Continue reading Selling an Illusion: why ‘women’s magazine feminism’ is a tool for neoliberalism

Mods in Margate: ‘Seaside, Sisterhood & Scooters’

In a four-part photo series, The Meyer Dancers take Margate with photographer Rob Duncan. In Part 1: ‘Seaside, Sisterhood & Scooters’ the 60s girl gang channel self-assured womanhood and sharp mod confidence. Creative direction and styling by Holly Charlotte Campbell. Continue reading Mods in Margate: ‘Seaside, Sisterhood & Scooters’

Bursting the Instagram-Fast Fashion Bubble with a #Thrift Revolution

Is there anything more thrilling than rummaging through a second-hand store? The excitement of possibility in the vintage treasure you might uncover. The satisfaction of sustainability and knowing your money is investing in a positive cause. The bargain hiding under a dusty old scarf or a dead person’s jacket, just waiting for you to claim it. Ahhh! Nope. There is literally nothing more thrilling than getting your thrift on! Continue reading Bursting the Instagram-Fast Fashion Bubble with a #Thrift Revolution