When we hear about the negative impacts of fast fashion, it always seems like boycotting these brands is the best way to take a stand against environmental pollution and workers exploitation. I am here to tell you that we can, and should, do more.I myself boycott fast fashion brands, that said I know it’s unrealistic […]READ MORE
London fashion week is fast approaching, and soon we’ll be able to glimpse the biggest trends that everyone will be rocking this Autumn/Winter. We can expect luxe tailoring, with classic and clean silhouettes in luxurious jewel tones on contrasting silk and velvet materials, similar to Tom Ford’s latest offerings and at the other end of […]READ MORE
By Teena Francis Contouring – what does it do for you? As a makeup artist, I’ve never really bought into the trend as such as massively as expected. I think it’s a wonderful feature to create on the face but it caters to each individual and their face shape differently. For those that are new […]READ MORE
By Samaaya Louise Barrows Denim is a trend that never goes out of style and no fashion staple is as wearable, for so many, as denim jeans. During the last two decades, the skinny jean made a comeback. Other styles were tossed out and the popular 70’s tight figure hugging fit was adopted and enjoyed […]READ MORE
By Samaaya Louise Barrows London fashion week is fast approaching, and soon we’ll be able to glimpse the biggest trends that everyone will be rocking this Autumn/Winter. We can expect luxe tailoring, with classic and clean silhouettes in luxurious jewel tones on contrasting silk and velvet materials, similar to Tom Ford’s latest offerings and at […]READ MORE
by Hannah Karpel Combining the whimsical with the practical, this collection provides the perfect designs to prepare you for the storms ahead. For Molly Goddard, Autumn/ Winter 19 was all about bolstering her frothy, delicate dresses. These are now recognised globally thanks to their prime time exposure on BBC Drama, ‘Killing Eve’ seen on female […]READ MORE
By Hannah Karpel Second-hand shopping is on the rise and we are all for it. Young people are ditching fast fashion and choosing to shop second hand. Hannah Karpel finds out why. Investigations on TV, news reports and through social media have shone a light on poor practices and how damaging our throwaway society really […]READ MORE
Caramel Rock alternative provision offers expelled students or students on the verge of being expelled a second chance to gain accredited fashion courses in a creative and educative environment working with pupils from the age of 14 supporting the skills gaps in fashion starting from the schooling age group. We offer an alternative approach to […]READ MORE
In one of the many new developments popping up in Gallions Reach Caramel Rock is making a massive difference to youngsters with challenging backgrounds who may otherwise have “fallen through the cracks”. Caramel Rock was set up by Newham-based Faith Johnson Managing Director 10 years ago, starting out as a small sewing club for vulnerable […]READ MORE
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