Today marks the start of Black History Month 2020, a month committed to highlighting the influence of the Black British community in the UK. In the midst of racism and black trauma, BHM reminds us that it’s just as important to celebrate the beauty and creativity of the Black community.
With Black History Month right around the corner, initiatives are already taking place to celebrate the impact of Black people in the UK in all industries. Amongst them is #ShareTheMicUK, a campaign dedicated to “magnifying black women & their work to accelerate global change”.
Like most of us, the multi-hyphenate, ever name changing Diddy spent most of his lockdown locked into Instagram lives and on Zoom parties. But it seems like the music mogul has also been working on one special collaboration.
Started in 2017, the MATCHESFASHION Innovators program was created to support and shine a spotlight on emerging designers. Since its inception, the program has showcased young talent who are willing to have open dialogue and conversation, in a way more established brands fail to do; giving designers such as Matty Bovan & Claire Barrow the platform for their work to reach masses.
No better boot represents 2000 fashion than the UGG boot. Originally made to cater to surfers looking to stay warm and popularised by young socialites like Paris Hilton; the boot has shown itself to be flexible and adaptable to all sartorial circumstances.
Sayo is a fashion writer enthusiastic about sharing diverse and authentic stories. As well as fashion, she writes about culture and race, two things she is passionate about. She is currently studying BA (Hons) Fashion Journalism at London College of Fashion, UAL