Confessions of an unemployed fashion student: Molly Goddard Tulle and other illusions

I always wanted to be a columnist. Like Carrie Bradshaw. Wearing Molly Goddard Tutu dresses, writing about everything that comes to my mind whilst residing in a trendy New York City neighbourhood. In my dreams,…

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Cottagecore, but make it goth.

How the pandemic managed to create a new subculture- entirely online, dreaming of where the grass is evergreen.

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Fantasies and illusions over reality- a tale of inaccessibility in fashion

Fashion fluctuates between two images in mainstream society: firstly, there is the more common one, which is represented by a golden door locked with a million security codes, only accessible to a certain exclusive group…

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A victorian child meets glitter- an outfit roundup

They say creative blocks don’t exist. What might feel like a rustic brick wall, ripped out of a trendy New York loft and planted right in the middle of your creative brain, is nothing but…

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The lonesome hood of the travelling jeans

Yesterday, my favourite pair of jeans declared their dramatic end by ripping between the thighs. I connect clothing to certain moments in my life, whether it is that unflattering mini dress that my chaotic mind…

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