Google feminist influencers and you are met with listicles from the likes of Global Citizen, The Culture Trip, Evening Standard and Elle – but who decides what criteria makes for a feminist influencer?
Last month I learned all about Smooci, an app for escorts that has been referred to in the media as the ‘uber for escorts’. It started with a tweet. A PR was calling for bloggers/influencers who would be interested in attending a ‘sex-positive’ event.
I am a liberal, free-thinking and young(ish) woman and I wanted to know more, so I dropped her an email introducing myself. The first line of her reply made me instinctively think ‘NOPE’.
News hit the stands last week that Instagram updates for 2019 and 2020 will be trialled in Canada, which will see the app hiding the photos likes and video views of other users.
Everyone has been talking about it (by everyone I mean every Influencer I follow). What people might have not heard, is that this is just one of three Instagram updates that are possibly on their way to the social media app in 2019 and 2020.
There is nothing like staying in a chic or trendy hotel to give you some #interiorinspo for your dream home – and how to make bathrooms look bigger is a big part of this.
One thing they all have in common is the need to fit a bathroom into every room and, of course, fancy hotels have a way of doing this and making the space feel huge.
After spending hours searching Instagram for artists and thinking of ideas for both tattoos and art for the home, I started to do some research on how to buy the perfect piece of art for the home…
Buying art for the home, as it turns out, isn’t quite as simple as seeing something and thinking: “I’ll have that.” Here’s the 10 steps I’ve put together to make the process easy and inspiring…
As I approach one month away from my home, I wanted to share a few of my favourite things about it with you all to add to your list of things to do in London .
This week I gave notice at my flat and at the end of the month I will be moving home, back in with my parents.
Considering I am closer to 30 than 25, and currently living with my boyfriend (P), this was not an easy decision to make. Even as I sent the email P asked me: “Are we crazy?”
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Whenever people judge me for watching Love Island, which most do very openly, I tell them that they are missing out on a fascinating microcosm of modern day society and dating.
I honestly think what we see on Love Island – how men and women interact with each other as well as one another – represents how people interact in real life.
Artists from all around the world could have the opportunity to create an installation in a brand new hotel set to open in Crete, Greece.
Three artists will be given £5,000 to cover productions costs and another £5,000 to keep. The seven day installation process will also be documented across social media and marketing channels, giving way to high levels of professional exposure.