Parents’ fears about the impact of gaming on their children’s academic performance may be misplaced, new research suggests. Scientists at RMIT University in Melbourne found that students who play online games almost every day actually score significantly better in tests.
Monthly Archives: July 2015
Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman costume is responsible for making us want to wear swimwear as outerwear every day. But it’s not just when in character that Gadot provides us with fierce style goals. Gadot’s style has come a long way since
Last year Ashley Graham made history as the first plus size model to appear in an advert in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue. Now, after tirelessly campaigning for more body diversity in the media, Graham is set to appear in a
The burkini ban in parts of France has caused widespread debate – but despite wearing one being punishable by fine, one manufacturer claims sales have soared. Aheda Zanetti, the Australian woman credited with inventing the burkini, told BBC News that her online sales
So, we’re not here to ruin your day or anything, but this new footwear invention is something that must be seen, but cannot be unseen. Graphic artist Jyo John Mulloor – the man behind these creepy human head cycle helmets –
The list of clothing brands who responded to Fashion Revolution’s #whomadeyourclothes campaign has been revealed. Back in April, the sustainable fashion organisation called on the public to question their favourite companies about their supply chain transparency. Over 70,000 people took
Backstage at the Charlotte Olympia spring/summer 2017 show had the appearance of a Bugsy Malone outtake, with the models in glitzy showgirl getups. But that belied the true nature of the London Fashion Week show on Sunday 18 September… Rex Which
A photo of a man wearing what could be the world’s most annoying tee has gone viral after being shared on Imgur. At first the text appears to be a barely-decipherable smudge… until you look a little closer. How rude!
Technology has become an integral part of the majority of young people’s lives. So when 200 teenagers gave up technology for a week, it wasn’t going to be an easy ride. The Studio academy in Liverpool was one of the
Almost every charity has a poignant story behind it, inspired by people who demonstrated incredible acts of strength even when struck down by illness. Rosie Choueka is one of these people: her story is one of selflessness and perseverance. After