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Sunday, April 11, 2021
It's colourful. It's quirky. It's god damn LIBERATING! Without further or do, I present to you, my lovelies, more fabulous street looks I came across in Brighton. ENJOY! Connie, 23,  moved over to Brighton from Lemington 5/6 weeks ago and is loving it! She works for Red 7 "a hen...
Brighton residents started queuing early this morning as non-essential shops re-opened after having been closed for nearly 3 months. All shops in England are now permitted to open, provided they take extra precautions to ensure social distancing regulations can be adhered to. Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged people to "shop,...
Did you know that the Sea Life Centre in Brighton is the world’s oldest operating aquarium? The Sea Life Centre has always been a top attraction for visitors and residents alike, and this year they are pulling out all the stops to make it bigger and better than ever...
There is no aspect of life the COVID-19 pandemic has not affected – and many of us are finding that cultural events and art online are lacking something vibrant and “real”. One notable exception is street artists and graffiti artists, who have been busy incorporating COVID-19 into their work. The...
It was a chilly day in Brighton today, the Christmas lights are all up and we were back out in town to find out what your wearing and loving!     First up we got to chat with Maia, who looked lovely in her faux fur coat from the Outnet 'It's like...
It’s almost wedding season which means we are seeing the new trends for this year. In recent years we’ve seen an increase in more affordable bridal ranges, with the likes of ASOS announcing they were branching out into affordable bridal wear and just recently, Self-Portrait released their own bridal...
‘Tis the season, and in shopping centres everywhere a jolly Santa in a red suit with a large belly will be asking children what they want for Christmas and occasionally posting for the odd photo for the parents to put on Facebook, and it has been that way for...
We are all occasionally fashion felons - buying things to only wear them once, splurging in the sales on things we know don't suit us, and choosing high-price, low-quality clothes. Shockingly, the average Brit will leave a third of the garments they buy hanging in their wardrobe - despite spending...
A new local festival, Design Brighton, launched its membership scheme on the 3rd of April with a full house at Platf9rm's new venue, located in Hove Town Hall. The event attracted 130 people with a shared interest in the future of Brighton's built environment and who wanted to learn more...
When we think of power dressing, we think of sharp, fitting skirt suits, towering high heels and perfectly styled hair, hairspray-ed within an inch of its life. Power dressing meant maintaining femininity whilst also exerting the same power as their male counterparts. Whilst power dressing is still a thing,...