Author: Hannah Youd

Fashion Editor 2015/16

BIKER BOOTS  Valentino, £880 Office, £115 SKATE SHOES Chloe, £340  Vans, £26.99 COURT SHOES Gianvito Rossi, £470 Topshop, £59 SKATE SHOES Lanvin, £305 Nike/Stefan Janoski, £64.99 LOAFERS Gucci, £410 River Island, £55 BOAT SHOES Timberland, £105 River Island, £45 CHUKKA BOOTS John Lobb, £875 Topman, £35 WEDGES Kurt Geiger, £89 New Look, £22.99

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Frills Frills were everywhere in the collections for Summer 2016. Frills add interest to summer dresses, and are perfect for making casual outfits look feminine. Shoulder baring This year is all about showing off your shoulders – perfect if you don’t like showing too much skin. Keep the rest of the outfit simple, and team with heels so your legs look as long as your arms. Colour If you fancy brightening up your wardrobe, now is the time to do it. Ladies, clash two bright colours if you feel confident, or look out for bold stripes and patterns. All shades…

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YES By Katherine Babbs I would argue that celebrities have had a continuously shifting place in fashion, with major fashion houses using celebrities to showcase new designs on red carpets across the globe. In recent years that position has often shifted to behind the camera – figureheads such as Kanye West now designing, manufacturing, and presenting their own collections, gaining critical acclaim as they do so. West’s sleek lines and dystopian tones in Yeezy seasons one and two have created a style unseen before at leading fashion weeks. In doing so, he has caught the attention of both respected fashion…

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Bangor University’s recent success has continued by receiving the award for Best University Clubs and Societies in the 2015 WhatUni Student Choice Awards. Over twenty thousand students from Universities across the UK were able to post their views on the WhatUni Student Rankings website, and the views from Bangor students reflected their experience so positively that the University was nominated for six awards. The nominations Bangor received were University of the Year, Awards for Accommodation, Courses, University Facilities, Student Support and Clubs & Societies. Aside from winning the award for Clubs and Societies, Bangor was also placed third in the…

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