To wear vintage is to stand out from the crowd and develop a unique sartorial style. By shopping for vintage, we are buying out of the disposable fast fashion economy. Buying and dressing in vintage are fast becoming popular as an ethical, fashionable and stylish choice. Buying vintage is also an inexpensive way to acquire […]
Instagram can be a very useful tool for public engagement. Here are my ideas on how to use Instagram as an academic researcher, effectively.
No, you mustn’t wear a suit to be taken seriously as an academic.
Can I wear Polka Dots to work? The answer is yes, you can! Polka Dots has a playful and cheerful vibe, thanks to Minnie Mouse. This sometimes makes it a workplace pariah.
Have you considered how your fashion and identity as an academic might intersect? Here, Dr. Kavita Mudan Finn reflects on the subject from a personal standpoint, but her essay is rich in insight into how we may do the same.
If you struggle with how to wear colour and brighten your academic wardrobe, this article by Morolake Dairo is for you.
Impostor syndrome affects everyone in some way, and it’s important to remember that it’s common but not an indication of reality.
More and more brands are becoming conscious of the need to change the way the fashion industry operates. The current rate of consumption and speed of fast fashion is untenable. We need ethical fashion brands.
Dr. Mike Irene reviews 5 tools you need on your PhD that would greatly improve your experience on the journey.
Stylish Academic Fashion Editor, Madeleine Seys, passionate ethical shopper and thoughtful dresser, provides her advice for thinking outside the box and finding unique pieces in charity shops.