The name "Reserved' was chosen in 1998, when the brand first launched, it only appealed to Polish customers. Now, twenty years later, it is established across many markets. The Polish label has now opened in the center of London alongside other fashion-forward high-street brands- Topshop, River Island, Berska and others. This new store aims to become one of the top five retailers in the world and stabilize its presence all around Europe. What can we expect? Like H&M and Zara, the store offers womenswear, menswear and kidswear. Although it is not as 'trend-led' as some of its high street rivals, the prices are definitely more affordable which the customers seem to love. Could this be a new threat to some of the other stores? We decided to interview store members and question w...
Having to cover up for the winter can be such a bore, how are you meant to show off the new beaded top or short-length trousers you just purchased? We might have a solution for you. It’s a new season, so it’s only fair we prepare you for the trends ahead, we’ve compiled the ultimate Winter look book. Modelled by our very own fashionista Demi Bailey-Paul, we present you with outfits that are guaranteed to keep you warm this winter whilst still looking chic. We went into some high-end stores to look for some affordable and comfortable looks, watch the look-book below to see what outfits you could rock this season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xu-ooemCrkE&t=12s
Everyone has a personal style and there are a few tricks, which you should consider, in order to follow yours in a marvellous way. Here are our seven useful tips on how to improve your style. 1. Discover your own body Get a good grasp of your body type, see what suits you and what makes you feel good. Try on the clothes you overlooked before and get an advice from your friends. It can be tricky at the beginning but once you find your first flattering piece, you will feel more comfortable and encouraged to continue your quest. 2. Take risks Do not be afraid of taking risks. If you like something - go for it. Maybe it will work, maybe it will not. But the only way to find that out is to give it a try. If it turns out not as good, as you imagined, it is OK. After all, you
Dieting was once boring and rigorous. With the rise of Instagram, a broader information accessibility and a better understanding of nutrition, has our approach changed? Opening a random Instagram account is enough to notice that our relationship with food has undergone a substantial change over the years. Artfully composed acai bowls with frozen berries and creamy, colourful textures; roses gently cut out of soft avocados; milky leaves drawn on fuming matcha lattes; food is, unsurprisingly, something we love sharing. Social media plumped the visual appeal of nutrition and food porn is, evidently, a thing. The way we relate to food is often conflicting. It represents one of the key elements of our existence, yet, at the same time, it partly measures our self-worth and confidence.