Sara Shamsavari’s LONDON VEIL\PARIS VEIL\NYC VEIL series, which first premiered at Southbank Centre’s WOW – Women of the World Festival, has gone onto receiving international acclaim. The Veil series highlights young muslim women in major urban cities by documenting and celebrating the expression of their individual identities through their vibrant hijab styles. Continue reading
When breakfast is literally “food for thought“… Continue reading
Earlier this month I posted these pics on the Let’s do Lunch Facebook page, marking my evolution into an “urban practical fashionista” by matching pink trainers with a pink blazer. Now, this is not something I’ve ever had to consider doing – my trainers are strictly for the gym. However I was off to a meeting, yet I knew I wouldn’t have time to head back home before going to the gym (I can’t be missing my appointment with yoga), so I ditched my signature bootsies in exchange for trainers, which added practicality to the look… Typical urban girl in a rush – but we make it work right? Continue reading
Around one in eight young people in the UK are not in work, education or training. That’s deep right?
The Princes Trust helps 13-30 year olds by offering programmes that give young people an opportunity to better their lives. The Enterprise programme provides training, loans and support to help young people start-up in business. Continue reading
Drinks and networking have long been a notorious duo, forget Bonnie and Clyde! Continue reading