Amplifying underrepresented voices


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In this fashion editorial the trope of a flower, becomes a symbol for expressing the beauty of simply being a black woman. Photographer - Chantelle Gomez Stylist-  Irini Mpantis Make Up Artist Anri Omori Hair

Journalists Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff and Timi Sotire unpack why we need narratives that share delight in being Black in Black Joy, an anthology sparking light from twenty-nine Black British writers. Interview by

Christmas is fast approaching, and this year we all know how important it is to be mindful about where we put our money, in order to help small businesses after

MCQ's debut collection, Genesis II, emphasises accreditation and collaboration with a new platform led by emergent global creatives, and fuelled by creativity and a ‘test and thrive, test and learn’

In comparison to its neighbouring regions, Iran not only permits gender confirmation surgery, but subsidises it. On the surface, in ‘putting their money where their mouth is,’ Iran’s support and advocacy

Meet the radical all-womxn collective with a community-first approach fighting against domestic violence and austerity while campaigning for the rights of women and non-binary people.  Interview by Michele Maria Serrapica   This interview

Channeling the power of empathy, Munroe Bergdorf talks activism, being an ally and how important it is for future generations of queer youth to have somebody speak up for them. Interview

17-year-old singer and actress Olivia Rodrigo proudly breathes her Filipino heritage into her latest role in the recent Disney+ High School Musical re-adaptation. With a diverse cast and openly gay

The Exhibitions Mapping the Artforms of Black Britain From Post-World War II to the Present Day and Celebrating the Multiplicity of the Black British Diaspora. Written by Suhara Jayasena   This summer Somerset