Helen Macdonald and Kimberley Grahame met somewhere you’d least expect two fashionistas would – Angus, near Dundee, Scotland. Since joining forces and beginning Wardrobe Conversations three years ago, they’ve racked up an impressive following, with over 1000 followers on Twitter and nearly 2500 on Instagram. Their site is one of the biggest fashion blogs in… Read More In Conversation – With Wardrobe Conversations
Emma Bryceland is a student of music at the Academy of Music and Sound who has come up with an innovative and unique mix of mindfulness, therapy and music to improve mental health. Especially relevant during Depression Awareness Week, Emma’s inspiring but fairly new venture seeks to help people find their inner peace by using… Read More Soul Bubble: Interviewing The Woman Who Combines Mindfulness, Music and Wellbeing
25-year-old Jamie Mowat is a self described “illustrator-y art person” in her fourth year of animation at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee. She has worked as a freelance illustrator since the tender age of 17. When I asked for a brief description of who she is as a person, Jamie… Read More An Interview With Tidlin
When I interviewed Jemma Hatherill last week, one name kept coming up again and again throughout our conversation: Tara Masterson Hally. Jemma’s passion for Tara’s work in several creative industries in Scotland was clear, and from that, I decided to get in touch with the woman herself. 23-year-old Tara is Irish, via America, England, Germany… Read More Master Of All Trades: An Interview With Tara Masterson Hally
Since I moved to Glasgow last year I’ve been dying to go to the monthly club night Push It. I’d heard about it from friends and seen endless Facebook events set on nights that due to several reasons I couldn’t make. During a family crisis I saw Push It were hosting a Nicki Minaj vs… Read More Push It Real Good: An Interview With Glasgow’s All Female Club Night
Reegan Brown is a first year English student at Strathclyde. She has a red belt in tae kwon do and loves The Velvet Underground. This short story looks at female sexuality and it is a powerful account of gender roles and the affect they can have on our lives. Dark hair, blue eyes, satin sheets.… Read More Creative Writing: The Game by Reegan Brown
I first came across Jemma Hatherill on a spontaneous night out to The Art School during my fresher’s experience in Glasgow. Drunkenly, the first thing I said when walking into The Vic Cafe’s smoky room at 1AM on a Thursday was “Oh my god, she is so cool. She is just so cool.” She just… Read More Tiger Beat, DJ Femme Fresh, PVC: Who is Jemma Hatherill?