Strange sights: Humana Spain Exhibition

For this Fox, an unexpected finding in a busy shopping centre in Oviedo city brought a welcomed sense of familiarity to a rather alien environment. From September 2017 to January 2018, I spent my time studying Spanish in the Northern city of Oviedo as mentioned in a number of previous blog posts. Struggling to get... Continue Reading →


A brief history of the hat: Millinery styles then and now

In honor of Galway Races here is a short origin piece of how the infamous racing hat came to be. Originally published in the fashion/beauty section of the Galway Advertiser. You could tell a lot by a person's choice of headwear back in the day. Now, casual head pieces are quite uncommon in modern day... Continue Reading →

Lost Looks: ’90’s Grunge

Music and fashion have always been big influencers in our world. The way we dress, how we act, what we listen to, their reach is endless. But is there a connection between these two trendsetters? Can what we listen to stretch even further into our style and look? The purpose of this series is to... Continue Reading →

Lost Looks: 50’s Rock ‘n’ Roll

This article is a part of my Lost Looks series making the connection between musical genres and their impact on fashion. It was first published in my university newspaper SIN. Link can be found below. Rock and Roll was a phenomenon like no other. Loved by teenagers as the music of a generation and loathed... Continue Reading →

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