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Friday, April 19, 2019

Farewell to Givenchy

I love Audrey Hepburn. I love Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I love Cat. But even more than Tiffany’s, I fell in love with Hepburn’s fashion...

Don’t Walk 2017 Fashion review

The evening was a spectacular display of fashion, appealing to all the senses. In a sea of surprising stylistic monotony, Don’t Walk Charity Fashion Show 2017 was a fashionable success.

HS by Hayley Scanlan: ‘Velvet Venom’ Launch

Last Saturday I trotted over to the McManus gallery and museum in Dundee, where the Scottish Fashion Award’s Young Scottish Designer of the Year...

Saints on the street: spring St Andrews girls

As winter comes to a close, St Andrews faces two differing types of weather: biting wind, or springtime sun. Although sunshine is a welcome...

Milan Fashion Week Fall 2018: A story of Heritage, Symbolism and...

Da Vinci referred to Milan as the ‘Capital of Fashion Capitals’, and the last week of February once again saw the city turn into...

Fashion fur pas?

The global fur industry is booming: during the first decade of this millennium sales increased by 70%. Mark Oaten, executive of the International Fur...

What to wear in spring

Roughly a month and a half after it was expected spring is finally here, and St Andrew’s students are fully embracing the warmer weather....

St Andrews fashion shows reveal their themes

A rundown of this year's fashion shows reveals that each have opted for far more meaningful themes, than previous years.

Festival Fashion: brands that will enhance your summer

Spring is here in full force and as summer approaches, shorts, tank tops, and sandals all start moving towards the front of our closets. Along with warmer weather and sunnier skies, this transition also brings about music festivals all across the globe. The main festivals around the world that most people flock to are: Coachella, Burning Man, Ultra, Bonnaroo, Tomorrowland, and Amsterdam Open Air Festival. A key component in all of these festivals is the fashion. Over the past few years festival fashion has grown into a staple in most women wardrobes, as not all pieces are covered in sequins and ribbons. Many pieces by themselves are easy to get away with in an everyday outfit or for just going out, while others would make you stand out in the crowd. As the demand for festival fashion has grown, many brands have surfaced, each with its own unique style and flair.

Bubble breakers: Erika Naegeli

Stephanie Irwin chats to Erika Naegeli about her atypical St Andrews style