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Why We Need Women’s Co-Working Spaces

In the past few years co-working spaces have become a big hit, especially for small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Any creative working in the UK will know that hiring private space can be expensive, working from home can be isolating and that planting yourself in an environment where there isn’t room to grow, or at the very least be yourself, can undermine your process and your goals. Now, in 2017, co-working spaces are a normal and viable option for many people and are talked up by single workers and business owners all over the world due to the supportive,…

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Get To Know Designer, Mentor and Founder of One Girl Band Lola Hoad

Lola Hoad is a letterer, designer and small business coach based in Brighton, and one of my favourite people. Not only has she successfully honed an aesthetic and strong message that’s rapidly become synonymous with supporting independent brands and creatives, she has also developed a beautiful brand and powerful entrepreneurial ethos that propels her work and inspires others. Her ‘Shop Independent’ illustration has become the face of an online revolution and influenced a shift in the way we all think about what and how we shop and consume. In the last few years, Lola has founded LH design, a paper goods company,…

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INTERVIEW: Jonathan Mitchell of Brothers We Stand

I met up with a game-changing 25 year old from east London named Jonathan Mitchell to talk menswear, sustainability and the future of fashion… Jonathan is the founder of Brothers We Stand, a new menswear retailer unlike any other. Supported by brands, creatives, entrepreneurs, designers and taste-makers who believe in turning the fashion industry around, the platform aims to put an end to unethical fast-fashion, changing the way we think, shop and live. By curating a selection of ethical brands that champion seriously good-looking design and fair, responsible practices, Brothers We Stand presents an alternative to throw-away fashion and encourage us to think…

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Why You Should Visit We Built This City

  A walk through central London usually proffers sightings of tourists, loads of them, walking gaily along in droves. While we jet down Oxford Street at light-speed or hare past our iconic department stores there are hordes of people who’ve come out especially to see these places and take away a few special memories. Usually, tourists pick up a little something to remind them of a trip to London, and usually these keepsakes are pure tat; see London bus fridge magnets and Union Jack selfie sticks. We’ve all seen our share of terrible souvenirs and generally, we tend to accept their…