Goodbye, Winter by celeste

In Scotland, summer seems eons away. At London Fashion Week summer is right around the bend. Color is definitely in store for the upcoming months, ergo this brilliant photo from the Pam Hogg Catwalk Show in London! Keep your eyes peeled not only for the photos from the London, Paris, and New York Fashion weeks, but also for the highly anticipated and quickly approaching St Andrews fashion events Continue reading


Welly Ball by Indie

It’s nearly a week later, but it still feels like the morning after the night before. Yes, Welly Ball was the perfect way to start Raisin weekend once again…

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Trick or Treat? by celeste

Yes, its that time of year again, and I absolutely adore this photograph, which brings me to the point. What to wear on October the 31st? I know that everyone loves a good cliché now and again, but Continue reading

Harem Pants: You Decide ! by celeste

Everywhere i go i seem to run into harem pants of all shapes and sizes, and, surprisingly, gracing the legs of both men and women! But… is this ‘trend’ going anywhere? While some people can definitely look like divas in Harem Pants, the other end of the spectrum looks a bit like Aladdin role play… Continue reading

Green is the new…Rainbow by celeste

In this day and age we are constantly being reminded that green is the way forward…but not only with energy and industry, but with fashion as well! More and more designers are incorporating sustainability and recycling into their designs, and Continue reading

Pretty in (anything but) Pink by celeste


Whenever I find myself in the makeup aisle i am always bemused by the countless shades of pink and red lipstick. Yes, i do often enjoy rocking a succulent red lip, but, Continue reading

Masquerade by Indie

The idea of hiding behind a mask and acting socially unacceptable is something I think has crossed all of our minds at some point, partying hard, and even enjoying some inconspicuous fun all in the name of Charity… Our opportunity has come – St Andrew’s very own Masquerade is taking place after the easter break. In preparation I’ve been looking out for a mask for quite some time, but looking around town is pretty much useless unless you are feeling adventurous enough to make your own! Instead I have been trawling the internet (perfect time-wasting whilst planning an essay) and my first thoughts seemed to hint at the idea that all the masks where pretty girly. But then trusty Wikipedia told me about the history of Masquerade balls and the idea of flamboyance and decadence behind them – so it seems that guys can go all out too! Looking at a few it seems classic and black are a sensible option, or for the more daring something pointed and extravagant, don’t be afraid to stand out from the crowd…after all you’ll be hiding behind your mask!

Get excited.