Vogue criticised for unpaid internships | Fashion

Vogue has been criticised for using unpaid interns in month-long placements despite the new editor Edward Enninful’s commitment to increasing diversity at the fashion journal. The Condé Nast title told one potential applicant that the “workplace shadowing” role would involve… Read More

How Oxfam became the rising star of UK’s online fashion industry | Business

Trade director hopes to double size of web operation after it reported 33% sales growth over Christmas Oxfam’s online shop manager, Holly Bentley (left) and e-commerce and festivals manager, Holly Rothwell. Photograph: Lorne Campbell/Guzelian It’s one of fashion’s best kept… Read More

Clothes relevant to modern daytime living needed, not neo-Renaissance dresses – archive, 12 January 1971 | Fashion

Droopy, languid, romantically pensive, the poses of Barway’s Renaissance mannequins are in complete contrast to the aggressive stances of models sculptured in the unisexual sixties. These pensive girls, who can be arranged in poetic pairs with male figures, provide the… Read More

Plus-size reinvented: ‘We were told to hide, wear a sack – now we want equality’ | Fashion

Danielle Vanier is a fashion blogger. A recent post sees her in a keyhole-front leather-look jumpsuit teamed with red lipstick and matching ankle boots; on her Instagram feed she is captured in modern faux-candid selfie style, gazing out of a… Read More