Cheap closet organisation tips

Whilst spring has often been associated as the traditional time for a closet clean out, we think making a little time before the end of the year can actually be the perfect opportunity for a wardrobe rethink. As summer is truly over along with the warmer autumn days, now is…

2020 – The Year of TikTok?

2020 has been a stressful year for most, with much upheaval and bereavement caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, but TiktTok was one social media giant who had more of its fair share of ups and downs. Whilst the US spent much of the beginning of the year threatening to…

Keeping Up With The Kardashians to end after 20 seasons

In a shocking announcement to fans this month via Kim Kardashian’s Instagram page, the family has shared the news the show will end shortly in 2020. The post came in tandem with an announcement by E!, the Hollywood entertainment news channel on Tuesday, September 8th, 2020. The news came just…

Fashion’s tech-positive COVID trend

The coronavirus has brought us what many have called ‘strange and uncertain times’. The world has become unknowable and surreal, and we are left dealing with that shift in the immediacy of our reality. What once stood solid is now adrift. They also say that in art, form follows function,…

Facebook cracking down on ‘implicit hate speech’ in the wake of ad boycott

Facebook has published the sixth edition of its “community standards enforcement report,” and with it some new no-nos as regards content posted by users. Going forward it will be against the rules to post “content depicting blackface, or stereotypes about Jewish people controlling the world.” These, Facebook states, are forms…

The city of Chicago is watching you

The US city of Chicago is raising eyebrows after it was reported that city officials will be spying on people’s social media profiles in order to enforce a new emergency travel order. The order, announced in July, is meant to prevent the rampaging COVID-19 crisis from getting even worse. It…