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Saudi Style: How to Dress for a Festival in the Middle East

Our Fashion Contributor, Amira Arasteh, first visited Saudi Arabia in December for the MDL Beast festival. She returned earlier this month for another music festival and both times relished in festival fashion for the Middle East.

Style Cartel Loves: TDS

Style Cartel takes a closer look at a new brand we've discovered and fallen in love with: mother-and-daughter design duo from TDS (The Design Studio).

Self-Isolation Style: How to Look Good in Lockdown

Just because we're under self-isolation and social distancing is the new norm does not mean life has to be lived in sweatpants and PJs. We've got you covered on the best at-home looks to see you through this lockdown.

How fatphobia and thin privilege are embedded in street style

Street style is associated with youth culture and it is most often seen and pictured in major urban centres like London and New York. Street style connotes and individuality, as it began as a fashion that did not emerge from studios, but rather from grassroots and individuals. However, street style has become concerned with little more than upholding thin bodies exhibiting style that is incredibly bland.

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