no planet, no school: we spoke to the students behind the school strike
On 15 February, thousands of school students around the UK went on strike for the climate, and demanded to be heard. Here are their voices.
Clementine de Pressigny
designer sinéad o’dwyer is critiquing the homogeneity of model's bodies
The next in a series of pieces profiling the young design talent presented in 1 Granary’s second VOID exhibition, we meet Sinéad O’Dwyer, a young designer queering fashion’s formal boundaries.
the sound and fury of a-cold-wall autumn/winter 19
Rottweilers, reflective monoliths and performers slithering through water dominated Samuel Ross’s LFWM show.
room for rebellion are the irish activists partying for abortion rights
Angry dancing, but for a good cause.
what happened at 032c’s debut catwalk show in london
The Berlin-based magazine-turned-brand showed their first womenswear collection last night.
the people fighting to end knife crime for good
Kids are dying, the violence is being normalised. Youth worker and writer Ciaran Thapar speaks to those working to end it now.
sex, death and david attenborough at christopher kane spring/summer 19
The national treasure narrated the Scottish designer’s exploration of sex, nature and death this season.
this film is a celebration of london’s diverse queer, drag culture
Visual artist Jess Kohl captures queer, POC performer Freida Slaves in all their glory, at this year’s sun-soaked Pride in London.
this photographer is celebrating london's queer nightlife in all its glory
Lukas Viar's intimate polaroids and Instagram account @queer_photo_archive capture London's constantly evolving LGBTQ scene — and show you where the best parties happen.
why is it still taboo for men to hold hands?
While male friends holding hands is stigmatised in the UK, in India it’s normal. Photographer Vincent Dolman captured men of every age on the streets of India, holding hands. It’s pretty sweet.
the grim fascination with ‘money diaries’
They say as much about society as they do about the participants.
lily allen’s new album signifies a millennial coming of age
The noughties icon represents a time of Skins, Kate Nash, youthful carelessness and no responsibilities. So does her new album, No Shame, mark the end of our innocence?
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