World Refugee Day: Reflections from Za’atari

As the project evolved I became increasingly fascinated with where the tent had come from, unanswerable questions I received from children, took me to Za’atari – where the tent had once been home to a fleeing Syrian family. I learned fast, that the first person you meet in camp is yourself, your beliefs, your defences, ultimately, whether you like it or not, your purpose in life. … View Full Post

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Fashion Revolution Week: An Interview with Orsola de Castro of Fashion Revolution

“On a personal level, we at Fashion Revolution advocate very much for the caring of clothes as well as the respecting the people that made them, the two things go hand in hand. We’ve got a bit of a catchphrase this year, which is ‘it’s just as important to ask who made my clothes as it is to remember that loved clothes last’.”… View Full Post

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Musée Yves Saint Laurent, Paris

One section of the museum, brings together the designs that have come to define YSL’s signature style. Most of the collection borrows designs from menswear, retaining the same cut, comfort and practical aspects in a way that combined simplicity and elegance. … View Full Post

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