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Rhetoric Magazine Edinburgh Launch!

Rhetoric Magazine Edinburgh Launch!

Come and revel in a free evening of mixed artsy goodness with Rhetoric Magazine in Edinburgh! (Facebook event here) To celebrate the launch of Rhetoric into the Edinburgh arts scene, we will be hosting a chilled ‘coffee-house’ style evening at the wonderful Forest Cafe, bang in the centre of the city. Expect a mixture of short performances...
Back to Black

Back to Black

While you read this article, you may want to play this: Cooler weather always brings darker colours back into the fashion mainstream, but this season’s blacks make a bigger statement. This past year has been about prints, colours, textures and lush details, balanced by minimalist accents. But fall will be all about classic for women:...
Punk's Not Dead

Punk’s Not Dead

One of the most defining youth movements of the past century has been the punk scene. The punk subculture began in the 1970s as a rebellion against establishmentarianism and for personal freedom. Since it first flourished forty years ago, punk elements have occasionally re-emerged in fashion. Most recently, punk looks popped up on a few...
Playing the Washing Machine and Hitting the Mic

Playing the Washing Machine and Hitting the Mic

When Mike Hamel appeared on my laptop screen for our interview, I could tell he was tired. “Sorry I look a little ragged,” he began, “I had a late night.” This late night was courtesy of Hamel’s performance at The Back Fence in New York City – a gig that kept him out until 3:00...