Some had borrowed from girlfriends, others from sisters. A few had gone the extra mile and shaved their legs.
When the Isca academy in Devon opened on Thursday morning an estimated 30 boys arrived for lessons, heads held high, in fetching tartan-patterned skirts.
The hottest June days since 1976 had led to a bare-legged revolution at the secondary school in Exeter.
As the temperature soared past 30 degrees earlier this week, teenage boys had asked their teachers if they…Continue
Barbie's boyfriend gets a new look – and a new body – for 2017
With his perma-tan, perfect teeth and sculpted body, Ken dolls always seemed a world away from real men. But now, in his biggest aesthetic update since 1961, he finally looks like one of us – sort of – as a new Ken is launched with three body shapes and eight new skin tones. Meet 2017’s Ken, in his most diverse incarnation yet.
Issues around body inclusivity are something Ken might have discussed on date nights with…Continue
it’s about survival
I love this question, David, for the entirely narcissistic reason that it captures so much about my own teenage years. On the one hand, your daughter is probably fit to burst about her incipient weekend of wild adult independence. On the other, she is panicking about her wardrobe to such an extent that her father is stepping up to the bat, ready to brave the terror that is River Island in the middle of festival season, just to make his darling little girl…Continue
Brit Marling and Zoë Kravitz Embrace the Crazy Colors of Sies Marjan
At New York Fashion Week in February 2015, Sies Marjan was the brand on every editor’s lips. It was the newbie that had great promise. A whole new label, helmed by Dries Van Noten alum, Sander Lak, aided by the business smarts of CEO Joey Laurenti, the founder and president of Goods and Services. The brand’s debut definitely met expectations, with fluid silk silhouettes that were saturated in deep hues of dusty pink,…Continue