Sam Wolfson gets deep on degrees
This year, the number of young Brits applying to university has reached a record high. In fact, it's reached its highest level ever, but what are the options if you want to go off-piste? A-level student Lula Ososki investigates...
We're all guilty of it; enhancing photographs of ourselves, our friends and our surroundings before posting them on Instagram/ Twitter/ Tinder (delete as appropriate). But how do these tampered versions of beauty affect our perception of self? Especially
What you can do with your body can be a revelation. Dancing is sensual, releasing and bonding and it's something we can all do in varying degrees so lets go and 'cut a rug' as they say... we dare you!
In the future you’ll be able to print your party dress at home, your T-shirt will be able to hug you, your clothes will clean themselves and models will just be holograms on the catwalk!
Digital dependency has pulled in a generation. We're not addicted to drugs or sex anymore, it's wifi connection that gets us high. Oscar Quine considers Generation Now, the twenty-somethings who grew up with technology and start to combust without it
If Alex Proud's article on the Telegraph is right, "cool London is dead and the rich kids are to blame," then we need to assert ourselves differently and Bertie Brandes has found a way...
With today's league of pop stars resorting to shock tactics to get hits - Lady Gaga spewing paint, Miley Cyrus fingering Robin Thicke and even Madonna reduced to wacky grill wearing - is body shock the last hurrah for the modern female pop star?
The anticipation for Outkast’s Coachella reunion was at fever pitch; but did the duo disappoint with a performance that was heavy on the album tracks and light on the hits? Ayla Mooro finds herself frustrated by a set that ignored the audience.
For years the fashion and porn industries have been responsible for perpetuating unrealistic ideals of female beauty and we’ve been complaining about it ever since. So why, when confronted with alternate examples of quicheness, are some people shocked?