At the stroke of midnight European Union officials in Brussels lowered the Union Flag for the last time with all the respect and reverence this historic moment commanded. In Britain by contrast, Brexit supporters who had gathered in London,
After the referendum result on Brexit in 2016, fashion writer Sorcha McCrory began to question whether the Britain she was born and raised in was still the same. As Brexit dominated headlines, incidents of racism and blame began to swirl around
UK Chancellor Sajid Javid has warned manufacturing leaders that there will be no alignment with EU regulations once Britain's exit from the European Union is made official. The Treasury would not lend support to manufacturers that favour EU
"The only certainty around this shambolic Brexit affair, is that the number of people having affairs is going to go up."
Popular fashion label Vetements have released a hooded sweatshirt in the style of the EU flag. The Parisian label, headed up by Swedish brothers Guram (CEO) and Denma Gvaalia (creative director), is known for making waves within the fashion industry for its innovative twist on commonplace aesthetics and is favoured by a string of celebrities, including Kendall Jenner and Rihanna. Have you seen the new @vetements_official flag hoodie, it 'will Remain on your back all season' according to @brownsfashion.
Brexit has been labelled as the worst thing to happen to the British fashion industry. Now the sartorial world is wondering exactly what this change will mean for them.
The existence of London Fashion Week could be under threat if the UK fails to come to a “comprehensive agreement” with the EU, a new Brexit report has warned. The report, published by the House of Lords EU Internal Market Committee, detailed the potential impact of Brexit on the non-financial services sector. With over 880,000 jobs and counting, it determined that the British fashion industry played a key role in the growth of the economy.
Can a relationship work in the long-term when you don’t share the same values? You’re blindsided, everything you believed about your relationship is thrown into question. This country has to find a way to move forward and so does your relationship.
As the results of the EU referendum have fallen upon Brexit, David Cameron this morning stood in front of Number 10 and resigned as prime minister. Beside him was Samantha Cameron who, as well as a look of sincerity, chose to wear Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. During her time at Number 10 Samantha also gave a great deal of support to British designers by showcasing up-and-coming names and helping them to build established businesses.
In out, in out, you - NO. It’s not the hokey cokey, it’s the EU referendum. The vote on whether the United Kingdom remains a member of the European Union or as it’s most irritatingly known: Brexit. Whether you’re in or out this Thursday it’ll have been near impossible to ignore the media coverage surrounding the big day. Thankfully, amid the confusing arguments, propaganda and scaremongering the internet, being the infinite well that it is has produced some welcome comic relief to lighten the very serious issue at hand. Welcome to the gallery of funniest Brexit memes.
By being part of the EU, we have guaranteed paid maternity leave, holiday pay, and increased protection in the workplace. Leave says, however, that maternity leave and holiday pay would only change if Britain decided to change them, and that not having to follow EU regulations like these would create more jobs. Currently, all EU members can receive free or cheap healthcare in other EU countries, which Remain says will no longer be the case if we leave.
The fashion industry is having its say on Brexit. First Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman came out in favour of Remain, then The Business of Fashion predicted Brexit could lead to a weaker pound, and just last week young designer Philip Ellis made his feelings clear when he sent an anti-Brexit collection down the catwalk at the Central Saint Martins’ graduate fashion show. There’s no doubt fashion is getting it’s threads in a twist about the thought of leaving the EU.
Mums are backing a European Union exit to secure a better future for their children, a new poll has revealed. The referendum to decide whether or not to leave Europe takes place on June 23rd and according to this latest survey mums could hold a vital vote. An online survey of 2,016 Netmums users found that 47% were planning to vote to leave the European Union, while just 36% wanted to stay and 17% were still unsure about how they would be voting, indicating that it’s women (and mums) who could be the key ‘swing voters’.