Writing by Elissa Michell // Elissa Michell reviews songstress Julia Jacklin’s spectacular new album, Crushing. “Crushing is hopeful and reassuring at the same time; the breakup album I wish I had owned years ago.”Read More
Review of Nico by Molly McKew // The best thing about NICO is their commitment to ethical production. Their processes are environmentally friendly and they are passionate about creating ethical working conditions.Read More
Review of BoPo Women by Freya Bennett // I won’t go into the difference in appearance because that is not what this is about (although my skin was way less dry and felt pretty damn soft) but the difference in how I felt and acted towards myself was pretty beautiful.
Review by Freya Bennett // The lush fabric and stretchy waist means I can chuck on some trackies and feel ultra comfy and low key but the cute lace and velvet front means they are also super beautiful so I feel like a bit of a goddess.Read More
Review of Lavender and Other Field Flowers by Mhari Grace by Hannah Forsdike // Her poetry is rich with nature themed metaphors and floral imagery, like the delicate petals of a flower and the life giving sunlight.Read More
Review by Freya Bennett // The thing that really sold me to Marvell Lane is this is a bikini for big boobs that’s actually youthful! At age 31 I’d given in to a lifetime of wearing old lady bathers (not that there’s anything wrong with old lady bathers but I just really want to feel youthful for once!)
Review of Meloncup Swimwear by Freya Bennett // Meloncup have the cutest labels for each cup size and when I received my size ‘gorgeous’ bikini it actually made me smile and feel confident even before I put it on.Read More
Review by Toni Stanger // Whilst it was initially disappointing to see the story take head in a different direction to the game, the modifications make sense considering the transition into film. As much as it would’ve been incredible to see Lara plough through loads of Trinity guards, it’s not very plausible for a two-hour film.Read More