GIRLS THAT TRAVEL AS WORK

Travelling the world has always been a kind of gap year dream to me. So when I got to planning this post, I never thought I would find it so effortless to find three inspirational women to interview that travel as their work.  Things have changed – travelling as your job isn’t just restricted to highbrow hotel critics or ragged…
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WHY SLOGAN TEES MATTER, LIKE ACTUALLY

Last year, when Maria Grazia Chiuri made her debut at Dior with tees emblazoned with ‘Feminist’ and Prabal Gurung showcased similar t-shirts with political slogans, ‘I Am An Immigrant’ and ‘This Is What A Feminist Looks Like’, the online world was a-twitter with opinion. Although this development is important, I see that it was truly born with Chanel’s 2014 feminist…
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UBER’S FEMINIST PROBLEM

In spite of multiple people – close friends and Instagrammers alike – encouraging me to write about this issue, I was a little unsure. I don’t like acting out of anger, I think that when you put that energy out into the world nothing good can come back from it, especially on a public platform like a blog. However, I…
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A WEEK IN THE LIFE

It’s really hard to talk about being busy as a blogger without coming across as incredibly self indulgent. Conventionally, a demanding job and equally active social life suggests a degree of popularity and especially in this industry, where this is currency, there is a real problem with ‘boast-plaining’. It’s a term I like to think I’ve coined where you complain…
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REVIEW: PASTA MASTERCLASS AT FRESCOBALDI

As a blogger, it’s very easy to be pigeon-holed when you’re in fashion or beauty – if you have long hair it equates to shampoos and blow-dries, and a clear complexion points to straight to sponsored skincare. I’m definitely not complaining but one of the reasons I enjoyed writing for magazines was the breadth of topics I was assigned. So…
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