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Men’s Health Week; Redefining ‘Man Up’

Man up: phrasal verb of man: INFORMAL: be brave enough to deal with a difficult or unpleasant situation. ‘’You just have to man up and take it.’’ (English Dictionary).   We all have mental health, and it’s highly likely that we have all been touched by mental health conditions in one way or another, whether

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Celebrating 30 Years of Graduate Fashion Week

This year marks the 30th anniversary of one of the most important events in the fashion industry; Graduate Fashion Week. GFW is run by the charitable organisation, the Graduate Fashion Foundation, who work to unite international and UK universities and put emerging talent from across the globe under the spotlight. As well as providing a

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The 21st Century Bike Boom

We live in a world where everything is instant, fast-paced, and constantly moving forwards. A world where car manufacturers are constantly competing to produce the quickest, sleekest product. But during the lockdown, as the world slowed to a halt, the humble bicycle, that was once our standard form of transport, made a comeback. Last year,

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Back to Work! (in real life).

With restrictions easing across the globe, many of us are mentally preparing ourselves for the return to work in ‘real’ life. After a year spent surrounded by the same four walls, most of us are understandably keen to get back to the workplace and bring back ‘normality.’ If you’ve popped into town lately, you’ll have

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Sustainable Fashion; Trendy or Timeless?

In light of Earth day last week, we thought we’d put the spotlight on one of the world’s largest polluters; the fashion industry. Many of us have heard the facts. According to the UN Environment Programme, it would take thirteen years to drink the water used to make one pair of jeans and a T-shirt.

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What we can learn from Shanghai Fashion Week

It is no secret that the pandemic has had a significant impact on all businesses, and the fashion industry is no exception; major shows have been postponed and millions of designers, seamstresses and factory workers have been furloughed or made redundant across the globe. The effects of this devastation can be felt across the entire

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The 4-day work week?

Can reducing everyone’s working week help save economies?

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