Naomi Sambhi rounds off her discography deep-dive series by looking at her favourite Harry Styles lyrics.
Rabani Kaur sheds light on the detrimental impact social media influencers can have on our mental and environmental health.
“Whilst the boys don’t usually have to give their outfit a second thought, girls are left in state of panic” – Josie Sherman finds the solution.
This week in the run up to the show, Thread interviews three DUCFS Exec members to see what really goes on behind the stage.
Fleur De Bono returns with her favourite sustainable fashion picks.
Naomi Sambhi continues her series of discography deep dives. This week, The 1975.
The first part of a Thread mini-series where Meenaskhi Nambiar interviews university students and shares what their day to day life really looks like.
Ellie Miller shares her top tips for making your beauty routine more sustainable.
The rise of inflation has significantly impacted fashion consumers and suppliers alike. Rabani Kaur puts these effects under the microscope.
Esmée Pham discusses the progress of inclusivity in fashion, and the societal changes driving it.
Fleur de Bono gives the inside scoop from her visit to the British Fashion Awards this December.
Lily Jevons shares her picks for movies which she considers masterpieces in film fashion.
A lot of expectation is placed on the future of sustainable fashion. Izzi Lovatt investigates how accessible the new materials driving this expectation are, and discusses how far we actually are from wide-spread commercially sustainable fashion.
From Pharaoh’s to Y2K, Emma Davis looks at the history of embroidery through the ages.
DUCFS were lucky enough to have Rainbow Trust visit Durham in November to speak about their vital work.
Naomi Sambhi breaks down some of Taylor Swift’s most iconic lyrics.
If the idea of homelessness makes us uncomfortable, why are we not doing more as a collective to change the narrative? By Bel Macginnis
Ailis Osobase takes a deep dive into the troubling concept of the female body following trends.
Welcome to Thread 2022/23
Callum Boyd (24), from Chester, was 21 when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. He was helped by Teenage Cancer Trust. Callum now lives in London where he is on a graduate scheme.
A sit-down with TCT- DUCFS 2022’s chosen charity.
A deep dive into the 2022 Creative Vision before the show.
Interview with Editor-in-Chief of Tatler Hong Kong
Designer dupes – a clever money-making scheme or a gap in the creativity of the fashion industry?
Exploring the convoluted relationship between sustainability and high-end fashion.
Ahead of our clothes swap in collaboration with Scoop, we asked the DUCFS and Scoop exec’s for their favourite sustainable finds.
A personal ‘how to’ ensuring your wardrobe is sustainable.
In the peak of the UK’s second lockdown, Josephine Philips, a 24 year old entrepreneur from London, launched Sojo, the very first app for clothing alterations and repair.
“Appreciation will only be restored if our perspective on our clothing changes. “
We speak with Kieran Kelly to discuss his work at OddBalls and the Oddballs Foundation
“These events are shocking and damaging, but hold the potential to unlock new and improved beginnings.”
Hugo Empson is the founder of Generous APE, an online marketplace dedicated to sustainable fashion and being the “counterculture to fast fashion”.
“The intoxicating endless scroll and freakishly precise algorithm that Tiktok provides takes no prisoners.”
Thread sits down with Kassandra Goad, the founder and CEO of her eponymous jewellery brand.