Victor Schagerlund takes us into the private abode of one of history’s most reputable- and stylish- figures Marie-Antoinette, to explore what was to become a fatal fashion flop.
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"The block colour swimming costumes rivalled those from the much larger budgeted DUCFS, and the lacy underwear sets were exquisite."
"This year, Palatinate will have been around for 70 years. When it first went to print in 1948, formal attire wasn’t quite the same as it is now, but in many ways, things haven’t changed at all."
Imogen De Souza shares her admiration for one of the most interesting, eye-catching influencers of the moment, Lyn Slater
“Something for everyone” – Fashion Editor Anna Gibbs gives her take on the largest student-led charitable event in the United Kingdom, the various designers showcased and the overall atmosphere of the night
Anna Gibbs talks to the Creative and Fashion teams of DUCFS about Instagram talent spotting, the link between Fashion and Politics, and potential pyrotechnics.