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F R E E S PI RI T I S SU E AW 18 TREND S IN T E RV IE W WIT H L E X S U S TA IN A B I L I T Y D ISCU SSI O N S TAYING SAFE ON S O C IA L ME D IA PO E T RY ......A N D MO R E
CO N T E N TS Editors Note .............................................................................................................................. 5 Exist to Resist ........................................................................................................................... 6 Fashion Editorial Being a Tween in Copenhagen .............................................................................................. 22 Feature Article Just Because ............................................................................................................................ 28 Fashion Editorial Tangereene x Zebedee Management Collaboration .......................................................... 40 Bullies ........................................................................................................................................ 44 Feature Article Guardian of the Earth .............................................................................................................. 46 Video Noailles Market Day ................................................................................................................ 48 Fashion Editorial Social Media Tips + Safety + What You Should Know ........................................................ 62 Feature Article Breaking Free ........................................................................................................................... 68 Fashion Editorial Interview with LEX ................................................................................................................... 80 Feature Article Poetry Corner ........................................................................................................................... 86 Smells Like Team Spirit ........................................................................................................... 92 Fashion Editorial Trends AW18 ............................................................................................................................. 108 Feature Article Giveaway ................................................................................................................................... 112 A-Z of Brands + Boutiques ..................................................................................................... 114 Get Involved .............................................................................................................................. 119 2
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ISS UE 1 bro u gh t to you by: Editor in Chief Romaine Coonghe Contributing Editors Dean Belcher Becky Seager Copy Editors Gemma D’Silva Jennifer Irizarry Contributors Gemma D’Silva Anya Jensen Kate Kuzminova Lauren Morrison Tze Ching Young Magazine Design + Layout Amee D’Souza Tangereene is brought to you by Junior Style Visit www.juniorstyle.net to view the latest posts on the fashion blog or follow us on Instagram @juniorstylelondon or FaceBook at JuniorStyleLondon. 4
E DITOR’ S NOT E
Welcome to the first issue of Tangereene.
Tangereene is passionately committed to inclusion, exploring fashion through the lens of multiple perspectives for youth aged 8-15 years. My vision is of every child looking through the pages and seeing themselves, their community, and their friends authentically reflected within the pages. For the inaugural issue we have partnered with Zebedee Management, UK’s first modelling agency for the differently-abled and who are trailblazers in the industry towards greater inclusion. While the heart of Tangereene is our love of kid’s fashion, the editorials featured I hope will inspire conversation and connection to the greater world and inspire kids to be the best version of themselves in their families and communities. For the début issue, the theme is Free Spirit, an exploration of how kids follow their heart, heed their intuition, set their goals, and achieve them, even in the face of adversity or doubt. I will leave you there to enjoy Tangereene.
Edi tor: ROM AI N E C OON GHE
P h ot o g r ap h er : D E AN B E LC HE R A rt D ir e c t o r + Sty ling: B EC KY SEAGER Ha i r + M ak e u p: SU B BY + VIORE LA @ WOW BEAUTY Re to u c h in g : Louie B elcher P h ot o g r ap h e r s Assistant: JADE SMITH M od els: C H E + JENNA @ KID S LONDON , MACK EN Z I E @ ZE B ED E E M ODE L MANAGEME NT, PA I G E @ MI N I MODELS AG E N CY, E T H A N @ LOOKS LIKE ME, MI S TY, AVERY + EUG ENE. .
M i s ty : W Y N KE N top + tr ouser s @ ALEXANDALEXA, BEBEBEBE s o cks . E th a n : ST E L L A MC C ARTNEY top. J e n na: v in t ag e GU C C I dr ess + socks , NO MOR E H ER OES s ho e s . Ch e : KAT H E R I NE HAMNE TT t- shir t, ED CR UTCH LEY tro us e rs , DR MARTEN S s h oe s . M a c ken z ie: R OKIT jumpsuit. Pa i ge : M OSC H I NO dr ess + RASP B ER RY PLUM j acke t @ ALEXAN DALEXA, BEBE BEBE s oc k s , D R M ARTENS shoes. Av e r y : B E BE BE B E top + skir t, DR MA RTEN S b o o ts .
Avery: S T E L L A M C C ARTNEY jumpsuit. E th a n : s ty list â€™s o w n jacket.
J enna: GANT jumper, K R AS I MI R A S TOYNEVA s ki rt. M ac Kenzie: AMERIC AN APPAR EL to p, PAR ADI S tro us e rs .
JENNA: “HAVING A CHOICE AND A SAY IN EVERYTHING. FOR ALL KIDS TO LIVE IN A WORLD WHERE THEIR DECISIONS AND CHOICES ARE RESPECTED. NOT ALL CHOICES DESERVE TO BELONG TO ADULTS FOR KIDS TO FOLLOW NOR BELIEVING IN WHAT THEY THINK IS RIGHT FOR US. ALL KIDS SHOULD HAVE A SAY IN DECISION MAKING.”
ETHAN: “I AM CONCERNED ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF HOMELESS PEOPLE. WHEN I SEE A HOMELESS PERSON I FEEL I SHOULD HELP THEM AS IT MAKES ME FEEL SAD AND I WONDER WHY THEY ARE HOMELESS. I GIVE FOOD AND MY POCKET MONEY TO HELP OUT. I HAVE MET SOME REALLY NICE HOMELESS PEOPLE AS MUM AND I OFTEN SPEAK AND TAKE TIME OUT TO LISTEN TO THEM. I ALSO DO NOT AGREE IN WARS AS THEY HARM INNOCENT PEOPLE AND I THINK NUCLEAR WEAPONS SHOULD BE BANNED. WE NEED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS BY TALKING AND NOT FIGHTING.”
J en n a : N O M OR E HEROES top, STE LLA MCCARTNEY d ung are e s , vi n ta ge G U CC I lo a fer s @ NO MORE HER OES . C h e : B U R BE R RY ar chiv e shir t, sty list’s ow n tro us e rs , vi n ta ge G U CC I lo a fer s @ NO MORE HER OES .
Ch e : s tylist ’s o w n top, LANE Y C LOTHING j acke t, GEYM tro u ser s , YOHJI x D R MARTENS s ho e s . Jen n a : s t y list ’s o w n t- shir t, WAVEN jacke t, ST E L L A M CC ART N E Y jeans, NIKE tr ainers .
EUGENE: “I AM CONCERNED ABOUT POLLUTION. WE NEED TO LOOK AFTER OUR OCEAN AND THE PLANET AND STOP PLASTIC POLLUTION AS THE DAMAGE IT IS CAUSING TO THE OCEAN AND SEA LIFE IS UPSETTING. WE ONLY HAVE ONE PLANET SO WE NEED TO PROTECT IT IN WHATEVER WAY WE CAN.”
E u g e n e: M I SAHARADA hat, modelâ€™s o w n t-s hi rt, CDG tro us e rs . E th an : N O M ORE HEROES shir t, STELLA MCCARTNEY j e ans . C h e : PAR AD I S jacket, B ERTHOLD tro us e rs .
Ch e : t-sh ir t st y lis t â€™s own, 1X1 Shir t, B E RTH OLD tro us e rs , DR MARTENS s ho e s
Av er y : LANEY CLOTH I N G j acke t, AR CH I VE s ki rt. Paige: STE LLA MCCARTN EY j acke t, BEBEBEBE s ki rt + s o ck s . Misty : B EB EB EBE j umpe r, S TELLA MCCARTNEY j e ans .
CHE: “STOP YOUNG CRIMES AND VIOLENCE. LET’S ALL BE AT PEACE! LETS ALL BE ONE AND SUPPORT EACH OTHER!”
MISTY: “I WANT TO BE ABLE TO LIVE FOREVER AND I AM CONCERNED ABOUT THE POLLUTION OF THE SEA.”
C h e : s ty lis t ’s o w n top, LANE Y C LOTHING j acke t, G EY M tro u s e r s . J en n a : s t y list ’s o w n t- shir t, WAVE N jacke t, S T E L L A M CC ART N EY jeans, NIKE tr ainers .
J e nn a: KR AS I MIRA STOY NEVA jacke t, JAYN E PI ER S ON tro us e rs , TO P S H O P t o p, AD IDAS tr ainer s. Ch e : 1 X1 sh ir t , sty listâ€™s own t- shir t, BERTH OLD tro us e rs , D R M ART E N S shoes. M a ck e n z ie: AS HLEY ISHAM jumpsui t.
PAIGE: “I WOULD LIKE THE WORLD TO BE A BETTER PLACE – NO WAR, PEACE AND MORE LOVE. I AM ALSO PASSIONATE ABOUT ANIMALS AND WANT PEOPLE TO BE KINDER TO THEM, STOP TESTING ON ANIMALS. WE SHOULD ALL BE KINDER AND MAKE SURE EVERYONE HAS ENOUGH TO EAT TO SURVIVE.”
C he : s tyl i s t’s o w n t-s hi rt, 1X1 s hi rt. E ug e ne : NO MOR E H ER OES j acke t, mo d e l ’s ow n t -s hi rt .
MAC: “IN 2050 THE OCEANS WILL HAVE MORE PLASTIC THAN FISH IF WE CARRY ON DISPOSING OF IT THE WAY WE DO NOW. THIS WILL HAVE A DIRECT IMPACT ON MY CHILDREN WHO MAY NEVER HAVE THE PLEASURE OF WATCHING FISH IN THE SEA.”
E u g en e: N O M ORE HEROES jacket, DANS LA VI E tro us e rs , mo d e l ’s o w n t-s hi r t . Ch e : 1 X1 sh ir t , B E RTHOLD tr ouser s, mo d e l ’s o w n t-s hi rt.
Eth a n : s t y lis t â€™s o w n top, STE LLA MC C ARTNEY tro us e rs . Pai ge : WO L F & R I TA jumpsuit @ ALE XAN DALEXA. Ma c k e n z ie: DAN I E L W F LE TC HE R shir t, CH I LD OF JAG O tro us e rs . Eu g e n e : N O M OR E HEROES shir t, DANIEL W FLETCH ER tro us e rs . Ave ry: S T E L L A M C C ARTNEY jumpsuit. Mi s ty: K AT H E R I N E HAMNE TT t- shir t, LANEY CLOTH I NG tro us e rs . Jen n a : JAY N E P I E R SON top + skir t. Ch e : LOV E S I C K LOND ON shir t, C HILD OF JAG O tro us e rs .
M i s ty: W Y N KE N t o p + tr ouser s @ ALE XAN DALEXA, BEBEBEBE s o cks . Et h a n : ST E L L A M C C ARTNEY top. Jen n a : v in t ag e G U C C I dr ess + socks, NO MOR E H ER OES s ho e s . Che : K AT H E R I N E HAMNE TT t- shir t, ED CR UTCH LEY tro us e rs , DR MARTENS s ho e s . M a c k e n z ie: R OKI T jumpsuit. Pa i ge : M O S C H I N O dr ess + RASP B ERRY PLUM j acke t @ ALEXAN DALEXA, BEBEBBEE s ock s , D R MA RT E N S sh oes. Av e ry: B E BE BE BE top + skir t, DR MARTENS b o o ts .
BEING A TWEEN So, is growing up in Copenhagen, the country that invented HYGGE, all about being cozy inside with cups of tea and cinnamon rolls? Perhaps dressing up warm and running around outside in the blistering cold wearing scarves and hats? Or even making homebaked bonfire bread on a stick outside - or what is it really like? We decided to ask a few tween’agers from Copenhagen what they do for fun, what is their school life like, what do they eat, any chores at home, do they play sports and what are their interests and much more. Have a look here:
So tell us a little bit about you? A: Well, my name is Audrey, I am 12 years old, and I live in the Northern part of Copenhagen. My dad is from England - Kent, and my mum is Danish from Copenhagen. We have always lived here, but visit our relatives in the UK at least twice a year. We speak both English and Danish fluently. I love making creative things - like bracelets, and then I like to be nice to other people that makes me feel good. I also like animals I wish for a Yorkie. My favourite food is sushi and spaghetti bolognese - and then I love carrot cake. H: I’m Holly, I’m 9 almost 10, I play football. I have 4 guinea pigs. I like animals - almost all animals. I love to visit new places and see new stuff. I love food, especially sushi, but also mussels and eggs. My favourite things to do is play Moviestarplanet, run around and play outside, roller skate and eat good food.
What does a week look like for you? A: Well, I have football twice a week after school for 1-2 hours. We start school at 8.15 - and finish at either 2 or 3 pm. My subjects are Danish, Maths, English, French, History, Religion, Geography, P.E, Food Preparation, woodshop and that’s about it. My favourite subjects are French and Food Prep, sometimes Danish. H: I play footie too - same time, different coach - we are juniors. My days are like Audrey’s but shorter. I have Danish, Maths, English, Religion, History, Swimming, P.E, Crafting, Music and Art. I love Swimming and Maths, but my favourite thing is the Autumn Fair we have at the school every year. A & H: We have a villa next to our school where the bigger kids go after school. It’s like a club with a few adults in charge. We do crafts, play playstation, or go outside and hang out, play soccer, play catch and so on. Sometimes we have late nights and hang out. Every Friday we get popcorn - sometimes cooked on the open fire. Younger kids also have a place to hang out, they do the same things but there are more children there. After school clubs are usually open until around 5 o’clock. What do you do when you have a break at school? A&H: Usually we have to go outside, even if it rains. Sometimes we go outside, other times we hide and look at our phones (sometimes we get caught, and get told off). In our lunch break, we all eat our lunches in the classroom. Most kids bring a packed lunch, prepared at home, usually by yourself. Others buy something in the canteen. We do that too sometimes, but the food isn’t particularly healthy.
I N COP E N H AG E N P h o t o gap hy + Wo rds: Anya N Ã¸ ddebo J ensen
Do you have a smartphone? A&H: Most kids have a smartphone from when they’re 8 or 9 here. Some also have Ipads. We aren’t supposed to use our phones at school, so they get collected by our teachers. Sometimes we leave them in our pockets. On Fridays you are allowed to play on your phones in the lunch break and after school. Do you know how to use a computer? A: When you start the 5th grade you have to have your own computer so my parents got me one. We use it everyday and most of our schoolwork is done on it. I also browse for stuff on it, look at Netflix and play certain games. H: I am in the 4th grade, so I don’t have my own yet. But I know how it works. We do our maths on it and some assignments. I might not be so fast at typing, but ok I guess. Have you ever helped cook in the kitchen? A: We do that all the time. Now I have Food Preparation in school, I learn about cooking and prepping food, but we have helped since we were small. Our fave thing to make is Cinnamon rolls, waffles and pancakes. I also know how to make spaghetti bolognese. My mum also tells us to help prepare our lunchbox. We usually have a cold pasta salad, with peas, sweetcorn, peppers, ham or chicken and a curry dressing or a sandwich - almost always on rye bread with a topping like salami, or ham, a piece of fruit (apple, pear, plum, pineapple, mango) and a treat - like a muesli bar or a smoothie. We drink water or milk. H: I like to help, stirring in a pot, cutting veg and fruits, and making bread. It is fun to put the ingredients in the bowl and see that it becomes something yummy. It’s boring cleaning up though and my mum says it’s part of the job, so I sometimes say no thanks to helping.
Do you have chores at home? A: I always make my bed, every morning. My mum gives me pocket money for doing chores around the house like emptying the dishwasher, tidying up, sometimes hoovering. I also like organising my wardrobe and shoes. H: I have to make my bed. And then I help do my packed lunch. I sometimes take out the trash. That’s about it. Oh, and sometimes I do the hoovering. We also help clean the guinea pigs. Sometimes! Do you ever eat candy? A: Of course - we love candy. We always buy candy on a Friday. It’s a Danish tradition to watch the Disney show when you’re small and get sweets. We love pick’n mix and we call it ‘Fredagsslik’ which means Friday candy. We also get popcorn and crisps. Now we watch cooler films on Nexflix or even series. H: YES, Fridays are great. Candy in my own bowl, and we sit and watch the telly - all of us in the lounge - usually a family film, or series. It is HYGGE. We love it. Do you only eat candy on the weekend? A: Sometimes, when we have a few coins, we buy candy or donuts on our way home from school. H: No, sometimes sweet donuts or marshmallows. Or a slush ice. Do you ever go home yourself? A: Lots of kids in my class cycle to school. My mum usually drives us, but sometimes she is late at work so we take the bus home. It is in fact 2 buses. We always stop at the shop for a treat. H: Yes, I only travel with Audrey - I am too small on my own. It is really heavy carrying my stuff, my bag weighs a lot I think. But it’s ok. We are getting bigger. In the winter I think we won’t be travelling too much alone - it is dark at 3PM. My Granddad picks us up then. 25
What do you do in your spare time? A: I alway check the computer to see if I have any homework - but we usually do it on the weekend for the week. I love crafting and making jewellery for my family and friends. I also check stuff out on my computer, play on my phone, make musical. ly videos and stuff. H: I love Moviestar planet - it is a fun world in there. My mum tells me I am allowed a certain time on screens, I usually try an keep to it - but sometimes I am a bit sneaky. We also play outside a lot. Rollerskating, cycling and running around. Or I play with my guinea pigs. Some days I read. Do you think growing up in the UK is different than in Denmark? A: Yes, I think it is different. I think I like the idea of a school uniform where everybody dresses the same, but then on the other hand I like that people here have their signature own style. I think it is safer in Denmark maybe. Here we have a lot of freedom, we have safe cycle paths and I run around outside and play with my sister without any adults hovering over us. We are in nature a lot. We are close to nature. H: Yes, I always run around outside on my own and with friends. When we visit my nan in England, there is always an adult with us at the playground. Maybe it is because we are not that familiar with the area. My UK cousins are allowed to go home from school now theyâ€™re older than me. A&H: We love coming to England - we see so many things, and go shopping, and hang out. We are lucky to see both worlds. Every other year we celebrate Christmas in the UK - it is so different from our Christmas here, but we think it is fab being able to try both. In Denmark we celebrate it on Christmas evening and have all day to wait. We love getting our gifts in the morning in England. But both are fun. Christmas is always fun.
We also think that we are brought up slightly differently - and perhaps we are allowed to do more things alone in an earlier age than in Britain. Maybe it is because Denmark is so small and England is a lot bigger. One day we would like to try and go to school in England - just to see what we liked best. Or even live there - shopping is great and the weather a lot warmer! Maybe one day!!!
BECAUSE P h oto g r ap h y : ROSS B OLGER Ha i r & M ak e u p : C LAIRE P ORTMAN @ UNTI TLED ARTI S TS LONDON Styl i n g : Y VAD N EY DAVIS @ ROXY & JACK R EPR ES ENTS M ode ls: KI RY N , F RE YA & SARA @ ZEBEDEE MAN AG EMENT
K i ryn: TOPS H OP s w e a t e r, H UNDR ED PI ECES s hi rt @ S MAL LA BL E, ALPH A I NDUS TR I ES j a ck e t .
K ir y n : G U CC I Sweatshir t @ ALEXANDALEXA, M S G M J ac ket @ C HILD RENSALO N , WI L D & G ORGEOU S skir t, Z A R A sh o e s.
K i ryn: BON POI NT j acke t + TOMMY H I LFI G ER dre s s + BEAU LOVES s o cks @ ALEXA N DA LEX A .
JUST BECAUSE I HAVE ALOPECIA, DOESN’T MEAN I CAN’T BE LIKE EVERYONE ELSE F re ya: Z AR A C oat + THE ANIMALS O BS ERVATORY j umpe r @ A L E XA N DA L EXA, B EAU LOVES ha t.
JUST BECAUSE MY DAUGHTER HAS DOWN’S SYNDROME DOESN’T MEAN SHE SHOULD BE SEEN D I F F E R E N T LY TO ANYONE ELSE Sar a: B EAU LOVES co at @ ALEXAN DALEXA, UUN AUTH OR I Z E D s hi rt .
Sara : S OF T G AL L ERY hoodie + B U RB ER RY g i l e t @ ALEXANDALEXA.
Sar a: B E AU LOVES c oat @ ALEXANDALEXA, UUNAUTH OR I Z ED s hi rt.
JUST BECAUSE I LOOK DIFFERENT I DONâ€™T HAVE TO FEEL D I F F E R E N T. I CAN STILL BE ME.
F r ey a: DI S KO K I DS s w e ats hi rt, ALPH A I NDUS TR I E S j a ck e t , WI LD & G OR G EOUS tro us e rs , TOPSHO P ha t . K i ryn: BON POI NT j acke t + TOMMY H I LFI GER dre s s + BEAU LOVES s o cks @ ALEXAN DA L EX A .
C ollaboration Tangereene is passionately committed to inclusion and for our inaugural issue, we have partnered with Zebedee Management who are striving hard to make a change with regards to the way the differently-abled are represented in the media as well as helping to bring attention on other levels too, for example getting involved in international awareness days. Zebedee Management is a talent agency and was set up by Zoe Proctor and Laura Johnson who believe that people who have disabilities, additional needs and differences have every right to be fairly represented in the media and fashion worlds, with the ongoing hope that this will lead to a more accepting society. Zebedee Management is also a community organisation and arranges social events, fashion shows and photo shoots for the talent on their books, as well as developing visual awareness campaigns and getting involved
in international awareness raising days. HERE is an example of one of their successful awareness campaign for World Cerebral Palsy Day. This year has seen many amazing achievements for the agency with Zebedee Management having been shortlisted for a National Diversity Award. Models represented by the agency have worked on some exciting high profile jobs including the River Island campaign - Labels Are For Clothes. Model Jack Brumpton had the opportunity to work with renowned photographer Rankin for Hunger magazine (with over 15 million views online!) and models Nancy and Monique graced the front cover of Grazia magazine. Zebedee Managementâ€™s recent awareness campaign which was organised around the Japanese art of Kintstugi made in into Italian Vanity Fair! www.zebedeemanagement.co.uk @zebedee_management
Working with people with disabilities means we have a responsibility to them beyond their bookings, we take extra time to work closely with artists, clients and parents, carers and service providers to build a transparent and trusting relationship and manage expectations of those involved. Zebedee Management is here to stay and we are more passionate and driven as we ever have been, to make a change for the better.
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Z ebedee M anagement
We asked three Zebedee Management models Kiryn, Freya and Sara, who feature in the editorial ‘Just Because…’ to share a snippet of their story with us.
KIRYN: Hi! I’m Kiryn and I am 13 years old. I have an atypical cleft hand, which makes me look a little different. I may look different but I don’t act differently to anyone else my age! I like the way I look. It makes me unique. It has given me opportunities to show that I’m just like any other kid. We are all unique in our own ways and we are all different. Even if those differences are not obvious. The cool thing is that we get to learn about each other to find out these differences including those that aren’t always obvious. It’s how we make friends. The best thing about being different is that it makes me stronger and work harder to show that I’m just like you. Just because I look different I don’t have to feel different. I can still be me.
JEN ZEB - SARAâ€™S MUM: I feel it is so important for all my children, not just Sara, to grow up seeing people of all abilities in the fashion industry representing and showcasing who they are, the fashion they love and more importantly the love and acceptance they have for themselves. It is important for their confidence and self-esteem to be able to relate to people in advertising and in the wider fashion world. It gives them a sense of acceptance in a world that can make every other part of their life seem like a battle just because of their additional needs/disabilities. Just because my daughter has Downâ€™s Syndrome does not mean she should be seen differently to anyone else. My daughter is Sara Zeb. She is a person, not a syndrome.
FREYA: I was diagnosed with alopecia back in March 2017 and had lost all of my hair by the December of that year. At first it was really hard, especially when my hair was falling out in chunks. I tried wigs but they were too uncomfortable and not practical for sport. I wear head wraps most of the time now. They are easy to wear and I have various colours. I got into modelling to help with my confidence and was soon offered a job working with Mini Mode during London Fashion Week. I have also worked for Junior Style London. Both were immensely fun and I hope to inspire other pre-teen/ teenage girls to get involved. Just because I have alopecia doesnâ€™t mean I canâ€™t be like everyone else.
BULLIES Word s: G EMM A D’ S I LVA Phot o: A n t h on y T r an
Bullying comes in all diﬀerent guises and it can happen to anyone at any time. It doesn’t matter how old you are, being bullied hurts. It knocks your conﬁdence, shatters your self-esteem and often prevents you from reaching your full potential in life. If I had an anti-bullying antidote, I would have administered it to my daughter the moment she was born. There is no cure, no preventative measures you can take and no shield of invisibility you can wear every time you have to leave the house (oh how I wish there were!) However, I do believe there are ways you can overcome bullying and even use the negative eﬀects that the bullies have on you to make you a stronger and more resilient person.
Understanding Your Bully Empathy. The ability to understand and share the feelings of others. Not a word you would imagine me to use in an article about bullying, right? I am a big believer in trying to understand why someone exhibits particular behaviours. Why do bullies bully? Most of the time they do it to detract from problems going on at home or other personal issues they may be struggling with. Bullying is often a learned behaviour or a reaction to detract from the bullies themselves. Often, it is cry for help. I am not suggesting for a second that you should feel sorry for the person bullying you or your friend(s) but what I am suggesting is that by showing empathy we may understand that it is not US but in fact THEM that have the problem.
B e You Don’t let the bullies change the way you think about yourself. This is a diﬃcult one as a bully is very adept at ﬁnding your weakest point and attacking it. Social media has heightened focus on our appearance. We live in an image-heavy society; Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat are all littered with images of people who we are convinced we need to be. When anyone suggests we can’t, we feel a sense of disappointment. I still feel this way and I am 36 years old! However, all of those quirky character traits and distinguishing features and all of the things you will hate about yourself when you are growing up will be the very things that will make you, you. These are the things that your future wife, husband, life partner will fall madly in love with and so will you (in time and in my case with a decent pair of GHDs and a few wax strips!) Life isn’t conventional. We shouldn’t all look or sound the same. Wouldn’t that be very, very dull if we did? So I say, dare to be diﬀerent. Dare to be strong, outgoing, soulful, full of expression and passion. Dare to be yourself because after all that is the one thing the bullies can’t take away from you.
Just be kind and brave. That’s all you need to be.
- A nonymous
What to Do N ext If you are being bullied or you know someone who is then talk to a person you trust. Don’t keep it to yourself even if that seems the safest thing to do. The chances are that you are not alone as 1 in 2 people experience bullying in their lifetime. If you don’t feel you have anyone you can talk to then contact one of the helplines listed below and remember that you are not alone.
MoRE INF O: Young Minds National Bullying Helpline NSPCC 45
G UA R D I A N O F Word s + V i d e o : T ze C h in g Yo ung
We live in a society where we are consuming faster than we have every done before and this causes a lot of stress on our environment but what can we do about it? In the Guardian of the Earth series, Tze Ching Yeung, founder of sustainable kids fashion brand Jake and Maya explores environmental issues through talking to children, to find out what they know about the issues, their opinions and more importantly, how they think these problems can be solved. Do you know what the 2nd most polluting industry in the world, just after the oil industry, is? Yes, the fashion industry. Each year, 70 million trees are cut all over the world to help produce fashion. That is a lot of trees and this figure is expected to double in the next 20 years if, we donâ€™t do anything about it. In this first episode, we will find out what sustainable fashion is. We will also talk about why it is important that we look after the environment and what we can do to reduce the impact that clothing has on our environment.
You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. - Jane G oodall
episode 1 SUSTAINABLE FASHION
MARKET DAY P hotogr aphe r, Art Di re cti o n & Styl e : CH AR LOTTE CO HEN . H ai r & Make Up: JULI E EN G ELS . As s i s tant Styl i s t/Pro d ucti o n: CATH ER I NE V ER N AY. Mo d e l s : R OS E @ S UCCES S K I DS & S UG A R K I D S , LI V + ELEA @ S UG A R K I D S . Lo cati o n: MAR S EI LLE - NOA I L LES .
E le a: T H E ANIMALS OB SE RVATORY s w e ate r + s ki rt fro m OR ANG E MAYO N N A I S E
E l e a : T H E AN I M ALS OB SERVATORY s ki rt fro m OR ANG E MAYONNAI S E, WR AN G L E R so cks, YOU NG SOLE S sho e s fro m K I DDI N G
Elea: Dr ess + s ki rt + to p TAO fro m OR AN G E MAYON N A I S E. Rose: DOLC E & G ABBAN A d re s s , BUR BER RY s hi rt fro m MEL I JO E, TINY COTTON s w e ate r fro m OR ANG E MAYONN A I S E.
Ro s e : DOLC E & GAB B ANA dr ess + GUCCI s w e ate r fro m MELI J OE.
Ro se: DOLC E & GAB B A N A s hi rt fro m MELI JOE, BOBO CH OS E s ki rt f rom ORANGE MAYONNAI S E, G I VEN CH Y trai ne rs fro m K I D D I N G .
E l e a : B U R BE R RY dr ess, GU C C I hat fro m MELI J OE, YOUN G S OLES s ho e s f rom K I D D I N G .
Liv : THE ANIMALS OBS ERVATORY to p fro m OR ANG E MAYO N N A I S E. El e a: LI TTLE ELEVEN X MELI JOE COLL A B s hi rt .
Ele a : M I LK A N D BI SC UI T t op + du ng ar e e s fr o m KID D IN G. L iv: B OB O C H O SES kn i t t ed cardi gan + b e lt fr o m ORAN GE MAYON N AIS E , b lou se BIL L I E B LU S H f rom M ELI J OE.
Ros e: T H E AN I M ALS OB SERVATORY s hi rt, TI NY COTTONS co l l ar fro m O R A NG E M AYONNAISE , denim ov eral l s fro m CH LOÃ‰ at MELI J OE, URB A N OU T F I TTERS shopping bag.
El e a: BUR BER RY d re s s fro m MELI JO E.
Ros e : T H E AN I M A LS OB SERVATORY s hi rt, TI NY COTTONS co l l ar fro m O RA NG E M AYONNAISE, denim ov er all s fro m CH LOÃ‰ at MELI JOE.
Elea: GIVENC HY t o p, G ABR I EL & VALEN TI N tro us e rs fro m K I D D I N G .
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Tips + Safety P h o t o gap hy + Wo rds: Anya N ø ddebo J ensen We bet you know a thing or two about the internet by now. Maybe you have your own phone or a tablet? Perhaps you have browsed YouTube or visited apps before. You might even have some of the apps on on your phone - like Snapchat, Tic.Toc or Instagram. Kids today live an online life. You grow up with information, inspiration and let’s be honest many things to covet and want. Things that inspire, but also lots of things that might confuse you, or some things you might not even understand. The internet is a jungle, and in the jungle there are predators and hidden dangers, so we thought we’d give you the lowdown about internet safety right here. I asked my tween girls what they know about Social Media safety. They are Audrey 12 and Holly 9 years old.
How often do you use social media? A: Pretty much every day. When I have time I look on my Instagram and see what has happened, who posted what and who commented. I sometimes make Tic.Toc videos where I lipsync or even send Snaps to my friends. I also look at YouTube. I follow many girls who craft and make things themselves. I also wanted to make cool videos so we created a YouTube channel with our mum. H: Most days. I play Moviestarplanet, and watch a lot of YouTube. I especially love watching toy unboxing videos. I also have Instagram, Musical.ly and Snapchat. My favourite is YouTube. Do you have closed/private Instagram/Snapchat accounts? A: Yes, my accounts are private. H: Yes my accounts are private. Do you know all of your followers? A: Some of them are friends. Some are friends of friends and their friends. Some just request to follow me and I then look at them with my mum. H: Not all of them! Most are friends, others just requested to follow me and I accepted. Have you had follow requests from strangers? A: Yes, sometimes from someone I didn’t know, so I just declined. I always check out their profile. H: Yes, but their accounts look like they are kids like me, or brands for kids. 63
Do you know how to be safe on the internet? A: Yes I do. I always tell my mum about weird messages/comments, so she helps me. You can block people if they harass you. Sometimes kids block each other, I think that is really stupid and it would make me sad if someone did that to me. H: Yes I think I do. You have to be careful if someone asks to meet you somewhere, or where you live or your phone number. What type of photos do you post (Instagram/Snapchat)? A: Photos my mum takes, or funny faces with filters. Sometimes I post stories on Instagram. H: My pets, me with face-filters, pictures my mum takes of me. What should you avoid to post? A: Never any pictures without clothes, and I would never take a picture of someone else and post it without their consent. My mum tells me never to post anything from my school, or where I live. She doesn’t want people to be able to find me. H: Never post anything without clothes, never mean things about others, never where I live. Do you have a YouTube channel? A: We made one with my mum, and we planned on creating cool content, but it takes a long time and it is difficult to get popular. So we haven’t really started yet. My mum is the owner of the account. H: We have one but we don’t use it a lot yet. I am not sure I want to use it. Do you think there are some bad people on the internet? A: There are bad people there I think! You have to be smart and careful. Don’t trust strangers and don’t tell them where you live or go to school. H: Yes, some people aren’t who they say they are. Some people might not be nice. Do you have anyone you like and follow on YouTube? A: I love The Ace Family on YouTube - they’re a fun family and Wengie - she does simple life hacks, DIY’s and craft ideas. H: I like TroomTroom - they make some fun hacks. And Cookie Swirl C - such fun unboxing toys and cute stuff. Anya is the Editor in Chief of Tweentown Magazine - your go-to destination for tween’spiration.
staying safe on s o m e : We have compiled the most important tips for safe SoMe use. Tips you should know if you use the internet. Perhaps you could even share this information with your friends.
Firstly you have to educate yourself and get to know the apps, and sites. The internet has a lot of information available. If you want to use apps or sites that are for older kids, you need to speak to a parent or guardian, so they can set up the safety mode - especially on sites like YouTube. Most importantly keep your profile private, and make sure you know the people you accept as a friend. If you are in doubt - best to ask an adult if they like the look/profile of the person who requested to follow you. Double check that the photos/ videos that you post don’t have any information about where you live, what school you go to or places you frequent often. Make sure there are no road signs, the number if your house, the name of your school etc. #dontshareyoureverydaylocations
Make sure the location services on your smartphone is turned OFF so it doesn’t give away your location. Especially the photo apps. Don’t Geotag your posts - if you do, people can see what places you frequent often. Do not ever post or share pictures of other people without their permission. EVER! That is not allowed, and could make someone very sad. Especially if the photo is unflattering. Do not ever post harassing or bullying posts or hashtags. Report it immediately to a parent or a teacher if someone bullies you online. Cyberbullying is NEVER ok. No cruel remarks in comments or captions - it is also cyberbullying.
Do not post online if you are sad, angry or emotional. These things linger and people might screenshot it and share it with everybody. Then it will never go away. Same goes for images of yourself. Don’t overshare. Less is usually more. Apart from when it comes to clothes - then more is always best. Nudity is not a good idea on SoMe! If you want to create a YouTube channel yourself - you have to be 13+. So if you want one, you’ll need to get your parents involved. We suggest you set up an account together (all you need is a Gmail account). Then your parents can also monitor what you can view and turn on the Safety Mode on Youtube. If that is turned on it will leave out some (but not necessarily all) of the unsuitable stuff. Simply scroll to the bottom of your YouTube account and select ‘ON’ on the restricted mode button.
YouTube can also be a place full of trolls, haters and people who have nothing good to say. To avoid horrid or spammy comments, you can either disable comments altogether or or choose to approve before the comments are published - that way you can always monitor what is published. If you have a YouTube account it is a good idea to think about content - what is appropriate to post and what should remain private. Also, what stories do you want to tell on your channel? Do you have a specific audience in mind? What will that audience gain from visiting your channel? Remember - there is a whole big world out there that you need to explore. It is not on your phone, so do yourself a favour and leave the phone in the drawer from time to time...
Hope this has given you something to think about and a bit to chat about with your friends. When kids socialise today, it is much more on the phone, via games, apps or messenger - so just remember that if you wouldn’t say something to your friend face to face - you probably shouldn’t send it to them by text message! And perhaps you should ask yourself the same questions I asked the girls above, and see if you spot some things that they shouldn’t have done in the interview. Be safe!!!
BREAKING FREE P h oto g r ap h y : EVGENIA KARIC A @ SMI LEY K I DS PH OTO Styl i n g : B AR B ARA E ISE N M ode ls: M I M I RU B IN + MISTY B ROWN @ N EW YOR K MODELS K I DS
Mimi: MOLO s hi rt + l e g g i ng s . Misty : MO LO d re s s + s o cks .
M ist y : MOLO dr ess + socks, MAĂ s ho e s
Mi s ty: INFA N T I U M VIC TORIA dr ess, SOY tank, APPAMAN l e g g i ng s , DEZ Z YS s ho e s. Mi mi : INFA N T I U M VIC TORIA dr ess, MOLO s hi rt. Mi s ty: MO LO c o at , INFANTIU M VIC TORIA d re s s , S OY tank, APPAMAN l e g g i ng s , DEZZYS sh o e s.
Misty : BAN G BANG COPENH AG EN s hi rt, MOLO s k i rt + s ock s , S TOR M R I TTER N YC fanny pack, DEZZYS s hoe s .
Mimi : BAN G BANG COPENH AG EN d re s s , DEZZYS s hoe s . Mi mi : MOLO dre s s + t e e.
Mi m i : B A N G B AN G C OP ENHAGE N dr ess , DEZ Z YS s ho e s . Mi st y : B AN G B AN G C OP E NHAGE N dr ess .
Interview with Lex
Pho to grap hy : E MMA WRIGHT Sty lin g: KE LLY GIBBON Mo del: ALE X GIBBON
Alexandra Gibbon (or LEX as she is known on stage) has gone from being bullied at school to becoming a successful singer/songwriter performing at London Fashion week. Alexandra is inspiring teenage girls to dismiss the unrealistic norms that social media promotes and is proving it is never too early to start making your mark. Alexandra Gibbon, a 13-year-old girl from Hertfordshire, began singing as soon as she could talk. From the age of five she started singing lessons and it was around this time that she was diagnosed by her school as having severe dyslexia. Unsurprisingly, Alexandra began to lose her confidence and bullying started to affect school life for her. Alexandra was often called “stupid” at school and mocked because of her size at swimming club. The only time she was truly happy was when she was singing and dancing. Feeling deeply unhappy, her parents decided to make a change and Alexandra was lucky enough to get into Tring Park School for the Performing Arts. It’s fair to say from that moment onwards, her life turned around dramatically. Alexandra felt herself again and quickly became part of the school community. Finally Alexandra felt as though she was being accepted. Since then, Alexandra has been lucky enough to perform at London Fashion Week for Mini Mode and potential offers are flooding in for further performances. We caught up with the girl that wants to be an inspiration to others and asked her a few questions: JS: You’re just 13 and have achieved so much more than a lot of girls your age. Do you think that the bad times you had previously with bullying have helped you on your journey? LEX: I’m so proud of what I have achieved so far. I went over to America to sing and was offered a development deal. I sang solo at Mini Mode Kids at London Fashion Week in February and also walked the catwalk at the September show for Isossy Kids; it was an amazing experience. Another high point for me was raising £9000 for a charity called Aspire, which helps people with spinal cord injuries. I swam the equivalent of the channel in a swimming pool over a few weeks and it was so hard to keep motivated but I felt amazing when I finished it. Due to being bullied at such a young age it has made me thick skinned and overcoming the bullying has made me believe I could overcome anything. I spent a long time being unhappy so now when I find things that do make me happy, I never want to stop doing them! 80
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ZAR A J u m p er, ZAR A Tro u s e r s , G UC CI Tr ain e r s .
Z AR A Jacke t, AS OS S w i ms ui t, N EW LOOK Tro us e rs , NI K E Trai ne rs
JS: Society can sometimes dismiss teenagers but it seems social media is changing that and forcing social change. How do you use your social platform in a positive way? LEX: I think that society constantly dismisses teenagers as we are lost between being a kid and being an adult but everyone needs to understand that we are the next generation of adults and our ideas and opinions count. I use social media to show people what is possible with hard work. It is important to never give up. I post about my singing which I love so much and work so hard on and more recently my modelling (I canâ€™t even quite believe Iâ€™m writing this as I NEVER thought I could be a model, but dreams can come true!) I try and support as many people as possible. I get lots of messages from all sorts of people saying I inspire them to chase their dreams and this makes me feel amazing and I hope my posts show them that they can. I am just a normal girl who is working so hard to try and change perceptions and chase my dreams of becoming a signed singer. We should be spreading more love and happiness on social media rather than concentrating on the horrible trolls that are out there. JS: Why do you think itâ€™s important to create a unique identity for yourself and stay true to your authentic self? LEX: Changing to fit in or be someone else leads to unhappiness. I am me and I am happy with myself no matter what anyone else thinks. I know I am a good person and I try my best to be kind to others. Never ever change for anyone or anything. Every one of us is unique and we should celebrate all being different. Being different is what makes you memorable and stand out from the rest of the crowd. JS: What is your message to other teenage girls who might be getting bullied? LEX: At the time there is nothing worse in your life but remember that it is the bullies who have a problem and not you. They may have their own issues and usually they have low self-esteem which is why it makes them feel better putting other people down. Speak to someone you trust about the problems you are having and never let it all build up as it can make you really unwell. Speak to your parents, friends and teachers because sharing a problem really helps. I kept it all in for so long and I was so unhappy. Eventually my mum guessed what was going on. Once I told my parents, everything improved. In the end I left the school I was attending and ended up at the most amazing school. I only wish I had spoken to them earlier. JS: What would you like to achieve in the next few years? LEX: I am driven to write songs that people can connect with, songs that will inspire and lift them. I would love to get a record deal and tour sharing my music with as many people as possible. I loved modelling so much, so if I could use this platform to inspire others then that would be amazing too.
Zara J u m p e r SO M E T H I N G AB OU T ROSE D r ess GUC CI Tr ain e r s .
S OMETH I N G ABOUT R O S E D re s s .
JS: Finally, what do you think it takes to be unstoppable? LEX: What makes me unstoppable is never giving up on my dreams and knowing I can achieve them some day. I work as hard as I can and give up lots of spare time, time that I could be spending with my friends. But my music takes priority. To succeed you have to sacrifice a great deal. Taking knock-backs and rejections is a big part of the business I want to get into. Iâ€™ve had many knocks already but I never let it get me down. I truly believe that one day I will be exactly where I want to be. You can follow LEX on Instagram @lexgib1 and YouTube at Alexandra Gibbon.
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Poetry Is an art form that we believe is a powerful way to express your emotions and share your thoughts or concerns. Poetry can be empowering and inspiring. Tangereene have collaborated with The Poetry Society and selected poems by young poets to encourage and inspire you to put pen to paper.
want to be pu blis hed here? To be considered for publication in our next issue, email your poem or a short video of you performing your poetry to Tangereene@juniorstyle.net. We will review your work and then select several poems to share in our second issue.
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P OE T RY POTS ( Pos t u r a l O r t h o st at ic Tac h yc ard ia Synd rome)
by: Hanna h H od gs on You deserve gratitude for removing the dust of the last eighteen months. I should be thanking you, shaking your hand like a pendulum clock. But it hurts, this burn you’ve given me. You leave me
running it under the tap, to deal with the scar and get to the part where I understand. It’s a relief, I promise, to have a label to fix to this thing pickling in my veins. Your stethoscope gives testimony in court – the truth slaps me like wet feet against tile. I am defeated, shocked – but thank you for giving it a name.
This poem was first published on The Poetry Society’s Young Poets Network and was commended in August challenge #1 in 2016. 88
P OE T RY Eart h S peaks by: Rac hel Glass
Earth Speaks Rachel Glass This is not a disaster movie: no second takes or Jake Gyllenhaal to save you. Are you scared yet? This is real: the suffering, the struggle, the survival. Like exhaust fumes, the truth is hard to swallow. Are you scared yet? Here’s the Facebook livestream of all the failed crops, the floods, and the famines. You can’t pause or rewind this apocalypse. Are you scared yet? Here’s the proof, the evidence, the statistics, rising like my temperature, like the sea levels, like litter on the highway. Are you scared yet? I am suffocating from your fantasies and fairytales. Hear the mermaids drowning in your oil spills? See the unicorns choking on your plastic and greed? Are you scared yet? Are you scared yet? Go on, ignore me, turn a blind eye. You are so very good at that. Change. Turn down the lights, turn up the volume: speak, shout, scream until you need my oxygen, until I can hear you. Change.
Breathe. Listen. Yesterday, exclusively third world countries. Today, your next door neighbour. Change. Take off your boots, lose your carbon footprint and walk barefoot. And just change.
This poem was first published on The Poetry Societyâ€™s Young Poets Network and was the firstprize winner in the 19-25 category of the Turn Up The Volume poetry challenge in partnership with Oxfam.
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B en : TIN YCOT TONS sw eat er, TI NYC OT TON S chino. Peyt o n: G I V E N C H Y screen t ee, TI NYC OT TON S s kir t, GAP s weate r, GAP s ne ake rs. Cha rlie : G I V E N CH Y sw eat sh i rt , TI NYC OT TON S co r d ur o y p ants , GAP s ne ake r s .
Like Spirit Pho to g raphe r: ELI Z ABET H R U D G E. Styl i s t: K R I S TEN M YL LEN BECK . H ai r + Make up: BR I T S UP R U N OWS K I . Mo d e l s : Ben, Keira + Sloane @ Option Model Management, Charlie @ Seattle Models Guild, Audrey + Peyton @ Big Fish Talent, Cherish + Jayda @ TCM Models.
Ja yd a : IN D E E d r ess (tucked in), MODAN s ui t pant, G AP s ne ake rs . Ki era : IN D E E c ar d ig an, GAP tee, IND E E pants , K EDS s ne ake rs .
Keira : IN D E E d r ess.
Pe y to n : GI V ENC HY screen t ee, T IN YCOT TON S s kir t, GAP s weate r, GAP sn e a ke rs.
Ben : G I V E N C HY p u f f e r coa t, GIV ENC HY jean , GAP sn eaker.
Jay da: INDE E s w e ats hi rt, TI N YCOTTONS o ve ral l s ki rt, G A P s ne a k e r.
S l o an: I N D EE s w e a t e r. Jayd a: I N DEE s w e ats hi rt, TI NYCOTTON S o ve ra l l s k i rt .
Ki era : H E L LO SI M ONE sweater, IND E E track pant, K EDS s ne ake r. Ja yd a : IN D E E d r ess, TINYC OTTONS skirt, G AP s ne ake r.
Pey t o n : GIVE NC HY scr een te e, TI NYCOTTON S s ki rt, G AP s w e ate r, G A P s ne a k e rs .
K i e ra: I NDEE d re s s , I NDEE ca rdi ga n.
Che ri s h: MI LK & BI S CUI TS track j acke t, I N D EE s k i rt . Jayd a: I N DEE d re s s , G A P s ne a k e rs . Kier a: INDEE d re s s , MONDAN j acke t ( fal l e n o ff ) , G A P s ne a k e rs .
Audre y: R AS P BE R RY P LU M dr ess.
Be n: TI N YCOT TO N S s hi rt .
Ja yd a : M ON DA N suit, v intage ber et. Audre y: M O N DAN suit.
K i e ra: I NDEE d re s s , I NDEE card i g an, K ED S s ne a k e rs . Jayd a: I N DEE d re s s , G A P s ne a k e rs . C her ish: MILK & BI S CUI TS track j acke t, I NDEE s ki rt, G A P s ne a k e rs .
T R ENDS AW18 As the seasons have now crossed over from a glorious summer that was filled with heatwaves around the world. We can say this summer was brimming with fun and excitement. As we move into Autumn Winter 2018 there are four main fashion forecasts "Mother Nature, Global Jungle, Intelligentsia and Dark Matter", that will influence children'swear this season. As we focus on outerwear this season we will see trends that will emerge on high street and high-end brands of, colour blocked puffer jackets, Statment Faux Fur, Plaid car coats, The short bomber jacket, The long vasity jacket, The stament Biker Jacket, The poncho and The metalic High Shine jacket. Autumn' s outerwear trend by Lauren Morrison Mi-bambino London.
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The Plaid jacket see an emergence of retro styles of the sartorial car coat for a minimalist look. Large-scale plaids create a statement outerwear. Whilst checks are a punchy pop colour such as cherry red, cobalt and sunshine yellow for a sporty edge.
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THE WEEKND “For me, bomber jackets are smart, but they are also street and have a lot of attitude”.
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KEN DOWNING “She doesn’t wear faux fur because she’s cold, she wears faux fur because shes glamorous”.
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Free Spirit Issue: AW18 Trends, Interview with LEX, Sustainability Discussion, Staying Safe on Social Media, Poetry .......and more
Published on Oct 26, 2018
Free Spirit Issue: AW18 Trends, Interview with LEX, Sustainability Discussion, Staying Safe on Social Media, Poetry .......and more