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AuthorTe Paea Hoori

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May 28, 2018

The last time there was a royal wedding I could not have cared less. You knew the gown was going to be lacy and conservative; you knew the church was going to be Westminster Abbey; you knew the ceremony was going to be riddled with polite nods to archaic traditions. However, when I found out […]

May 21, 2018

In typical Met Gala fashion (pun intended), I woke on Wednesday to find that “cultural appropriation” and “Rihanna” were once again atop the suggestions list when I hit up Google for my annual couture fix. These two searches haven’t historically lead me to the same image, but as it turns out our favourite bad girl […]

April 30, 2018

In case you recently self-enforced a social media ban in the name of cram-writing essays and somehow missed this story: last week our Prime Minister visited Buckingham Palace. There, she greeted the Queen (for the second time) and mingled with dignitaries. She gave the official toast to the Commonwealth and classily rounded it off with […]