Opinion

By Eve Upton-Clark

The rise of femtech in 2020: how startups are breaking taboos

The femtech industry has been under-prioritised for too long. Could 2020 be the year femtech startups finally break taboos surrounding women’s health?

Opinion

By Tommy Hodgson

Why tearing down statues is tackling Britain’s racist history

When Black Lives Matter protesters started tearing down statues of slave owners in the UK, Boris Johnson defiantly said: “We can’t photoshop our history,” which is exactly what Britain did.

By Harriet Piercy

Kelly Preston, John Travolta’s wife dies at 57 of breast cancer

Kelly Preston, who had been married to John Travolta for 28 years, died yesterday of breast cancer. Here's everything you need to know.

By Harriet Piercy

How would language change if some of us moved into the interstellar?

Ever wondered how a potential move to space could alter the way we speak? Well, we've got some answers for you either way!

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Leah Abbott, the creative mind behind Jorja Smith’s style talks about capturing inspiration and taking risks

Rising stylist Leah Abbott shared with us that for her, creativity means knowing that everyone is different and has many ways of seeing beauty. For her participation in the category ‘Hello, Life!’ for the Huawei Next-Image awards 2020, the stylist showed us it’s all about capturing the little details in your everyday.

By Alma Fabiani

Why TikTok influencers are the new generation of reality TV stars

Over the last few months, all the major TikTok collectives have been working on creating their own reality shows. Will TikTokers become the new Kardashians of reality TV?


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Choreographer Windy Tsoi shares her best creative tips on how to capture a viral dance video

Capturing a captivating Live Moment is all about being absolutely yourself and enjoying the process. Dancer Windy Tsoi shares which steps you (literally) need to take as she takes on the Live Moments category in Huawei’s smartphone photography competition the Next-Image awards 2020.

By Yair Oded

US to force foreign students out of the country if classes are moved fully online

The US just announced that visas originally given to international students will not be valid anymore if universities are transitioning to online-only learning due to COVID-19.

By Alma Fabiani

Why is #LLJW trending on Twitter?

#LLJW stands for Long Live Juice WRLD, an abbreviation that shows respect to the American rapper who died in December 2019 from a painkillers overdose.

By Yair Oded

New petition exposes Pornhub as sex trafficking hub

Pornhub is making headlines again as it faces accusations of promoting violence against women and sex trafficking on its platform. The petition has already received over one million signatures.


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New gen bosses: Sarah Johnson, co-founder of The Akin on how spending money on paying people fairly should be a priority

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New gen bosses: Jessica Pettway on leaving her dream job to become a successful freelance photographer

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New gen bosses: Navi Ahluwalia, co-founder of PlatformLDN on going from an internship project to a youth creative collective

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New gen bosses: Emily Chappell, marketing strategist and creative producer on how being nice will take you places

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New gen bosses: Helena Whittingham on how she founded Lover Management, a bespoke management company that works with London’s coolest talents

By Harriet Piercy

Glee star Naya Rivera is missing after going on a boat trip with her son

Glee star Naya Rivera is missing after her son was found alone on a boat on Lake Piru in California. Many worry the actress could have drowned.

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Professional photographer Anok Deb shares his tips on mastering low light photography

Low light photography is too often considered too technical to tackle, which is precisely why we asked London-based professional photographer Anok Deb to share his best tips for capturing low light images. Spoiler, the key is creativity.

By Alma Fabiani

The US might ban TikTok because of its ties to China

Following months of rising tensions over China, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo just announced that the US is considering a ban on Chinese social media apps like TikTok.

By Harriet Piercy

Why socially distant parties during lockdown are not that fun

As the UK slowly lifts its lockdown, many party seekers are attending different types of parties. From illegal raves to socially distant parties, here’s why they’re not that fun.


 

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