polyester zine’s third anniversary issue explores the dark side of femininity and birthdays
It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to, okay?
ashley armitage’s summer diary will leave you feeling nostalgic
This autumn, photographer and Girls by Girls founder Ashley Armitage is moving away from home. Before she sets off, the 23-year-old spent a final summer with the most important people in her life, documenting each moment. Here she shares her story.
ashley armitage wants to reclaim bums
An intimate study of bottoms, Taking Back What’s Ours is a love letter to our gender-free body part.
an intimate portrait of the women in ashley armitage's life
In a new series of portraits, the Seattle-born photographer and Girls by Girls Agency founder tackles existing standards of beauty and the lack of diversity within our visual culture.
exclusive preview: the new polyester zine is the best issue yet
With a 14 page editorial by Edward Meadham, an interview with JD Samson and shoots from Maisie Cousins, Parker Day, Ashley Armitage and more, Issue Five is the perfect antidote to post-Brexit blues.
this feminist photo gallery is reclaiming cute
Ashley Armitage, the photographer behind the Instagram account @ladyist, discusses her next project, an intersectional online space showcasing the work of her friends.
ashley armitage is a chronicler of all things girl
The Seattle-born photographer is intent on changing the image of female representation.