Words & Photos: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Yujia Yang The geeky-eat yet funniest and most magical weekend is taking over Birmingham for a two-day event full of energy, action, rareness, guests, and lots of exclusives! If you've followed us at MCM Comic Con in London a couple of weeks ago, well, you knew we couldn't miss the last event of the year in Birmingham. Birmingham's The NEC housed the craziest and most crowded weekend of the year. Here's what you've missed ... MCM Comic Con is back soon for more events in the UK. Stay tuned on @MCMComicCon.
Words: Lavinia Petrucci | Subbing: Joanne Clark Stylist Live was better than ever in its third edition, this time at Olympia London. Between inspirational talks and various freebies, no one left empty handed. Stylist Live got bigger and better last weekend at Olympia London. The three-day festival included more than 200 pop-up shops and inspiring talks and workshops. This year the amount of focus on books was extraordinary. On Saturday, the book war was between Labour MP Jess Philips with her book Everywoman opposite the actor and comedian Robert Webb with his How Not to be a Boy. One of the most packed sessions was certainly the discussion on How to be Brave: Speaking up against racism. With two extraordinary panellists like Reni Eddo-Lodge, the author of Why I’m No Longer
Women shared their stories through fashion and encouraged each other to collaborate in business at networking event called #DotAlchemy. Women from all around the fashion industry spoke about what brought them into fashion industry. Words: Tsakane Chabane, Subeditor: Christie Bannon HubDot is women's networking group that strives to connect women from all over the world with ideas to women who can help those ideas materialise. They host events where like-minded women get to meet and socialise. However, they remove the formalities of networking, which makes the experience of sharing your story and ideas enjoyable. And inspired by their events, HubDot launched an online version for their website. "At our events we ask women to choose a coloured Dot. Each represents a different mindse
Let's admit it, dressing up as a sexy vampire and getting pissed on Halloween is getting old. Here are top ten alternative ways to spend Saturday night in London: great horrors, booze and fancy dress involved. Words: Alina Kay, Subeditor: Lauren Burgess 1. THE BEST most hilarious horror 'documentary' you’ll ever see: What We Do in the Shadows at the Deptford Cinema. 2. If churches horrify you, this Halloween Union Chapel event is for you. 3. Watch a weird hamster horror in Camden as a part of the London Horror Festival. 4. GHOST BUSTERS at Rio Cinema. 5. The Exorcist at the BFI. 6. Halloween all-nighter at the iconic Regent Street Cinema. 7. Singalong Rocky Horror at Prince Charles Cinema. 8. Watch Psycho at Hyde Park. 9. Weird sexy