Nathalie Olah

mental health

​why friendship is so important in managing depression and anxiety

There are friends who exist in your life solely as disembodied, Snapchat filtered heads, and those who will help you through crisis after crisis.
Nathalie Olah

​what could brexit mean for generation z?

With the EU referendum getting closer and closer, we look into the potential impact it will have on our lives.
Nathalie Olah

estate: post-industrial ruin at the end of thatcher's britain

Robert Clayton's images of a council estate in Birmingham in 1991 visually crystallises the legacy of Tory government.
Nathalie Olah

does ed miliband's fandom tell us more about the media than politics?

He became a meme last week as teenage girls rushed to tell Twitter of their undying love for Ed Miliband, but the media's reaction show us how little they know about teenage girls.
Nathalie Olah
Social Media

why #blacklivesmatter is the most important cause to come out of our social media driven world

The deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown might've focused attention on racism in the US, but we shouldn't ignore the problems we face here too.
Nathalie Olah

what's the future for london-based designers working in a globalized fashion industry?

Get off the internet and travel, explore the world and speak to people; in an increasingly global fashion world, young designers need to expand their horizons.
Nathalie Olah
international women's day

how we can make ​#IWD2015 work

International Women's Day should be a reminder of gender inequality rather than a chance to post trite motivational slogans.
Nathalie Olah

​take back the vote: why young people need to push their way back into politics

With a general election to come this year, Nathalie Olah examines the political landscape for young people in 2015.
Nathalie Olah
Think Pieces

on the joy of joan didion as the new face of céline

Exploring what makes Céline's Juergen Teller shot images of Joan Didion stand out.
Nathalie Olah

what is beauty in the age of technology?

It was easy to vilify the first wave of web vanity: the downward camera angles, the pouts, the filters. Yet this was little more than a free enterprising forerunner to Instagram’s full-blown Reaganism. A complex economy of concealed vanity, faux self...
Nathalie Olah

​MAXXI gallery and the future of contemporary art in rome

What is the purpose of an art gallery in 2014? That is the question being asked by Hou Hanru, the man tasked with reinventing Rome’s first contemporary art gallery.
Nathalie Olah

evaluating the middle east art scene

The Middle East has always produced seminal artists, but with the magical combination of a few key players, the scene is about to go interstellar.
Nathalie Olah
Adam Fletcher