On the Surface

On the Sur­face is a solo exhi­bi­tion of works by fash­ion illus­tra­tor and artist Joan­na Lay­la, explor­ing the beau­ti­ful ten­sion of sur­face and depth in fash­ion imagery.

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Adorning Film: How Fashion is its Own Character in Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands

Tim Burton’s Edward Scis­sorhands may not strike the read­er as a cook­ie-cut­ter Christ­mas clas­sic. Yet, its nar­ra­tive, which loose­ly fol­lows the idea of small-town sub­ur­bia – set amidst, in part, the back­drop of the fes­tive hol­i­day peri­od – sit­u­ates its spot, as far as I’m con­cerned, on the year­ly Decem­ber watchlist.

By Eloise Hallo.

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To Be An African Dreamer

BusuB­un­tu shares her inspir­ing jour­ney into her first mocku-series whilst break­ing down for­mi­da­ble doors in his­to­ry, prov­ing that African women can bring dreams to life. 

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