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From Dante to jewellery: The Divine Comedy in gold

Rosie Gaunt interviews Oxford graduate Rosh Mahtani, the founder of Alighieri, on her jewellery line inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy. Check out Rosh’s creations here: http://www.alighieri.co.uk/

Fifty Shades of Pink

Fresh from Gucci’s pink dream-world SS17 runway show, Jasmin Yang-Spooner considers the history of the colour pink in contemporary fashion and culture

Spring/Summer 2017 – Top 10 Runway Collections, ranked

Lara Drew ranks the top 10 luxury fashion houses' Spring/Summer 2017 runway shows

Outfit of the day: January chic

Nicole Rayment shows us how she stays stylish in the winter cold

Pantone

Inspired by PANTONE's 2016 picks, the editorial for Week 4 Michaelmas 2016 featured swatch-like compositions inspired by our favourite colours of the season.

Futuristic costumes for Romeo and Juliet

Lara Drew and Jasmin Yang-Spooner interview Hattie Morrison, clothing designer for RxJ, discussing avocado skins and subverting gender roles

Statement Pieces: Beth Kidd’s Mouse Bracelet

For Beth Kidd, a charm bracelet brings back memories of a trying time in childhood

Clothes with a conscience

The Just Love campaign advocates for ethical fashion.

Statement Pieces: Oli Williams’ tattoos

In our second Statement Pieces of Michaelmas, Oli Williams discusses the validity of preferring aestheticism over 'deeper meaning' by relating the experience of choosing his own tattoos.

OFW: the Complexities of Cultural Appropriation

"I think it’s a mistake to think that we can give a definition of cultural appropriation in terms of necessary and sufficient conditions… morality is just far more complex than that."
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An experience of Oxford Women Speak Out

Emily Beswick discusses using her time, and body, for activism

Left-wing academics are sexier than right-wingers, study suggests

Despite “scruffy” appearance, left-wing scholars are more attractive than well-groomed right-winger counterparts, psychologists say

Government plans announced for two-year university courses

Universities Minister Jo Johnson told university leaders today that universities in England will be able to charge more than £14,000 per year for a...

Medical student uses unborn baby’s brain for research without parents’ permission

An unborn baby’s brain was used by an Oxford medical student without its parents’ permission.The student at the John Radcliffe Hospital used the foetal...

Revealed: Oxford’s use of controversial ‘gagging clauses’

Oxford University has repeatedly used so-called “gagging clauses” in redundancy settlements with former employees, figures obtained by Cherwell reveal.A Freedom of Information (FOI) request...