Author Archives: Jessica Brown
This year’s fashion show, consisting of third year Fashion Studies Students is arguably the best yet. The Linc joined many others in marvelling over the designs
Last week’s election has left much undecided. But is the style element of UK politics just as ambiguous? The Linc looks at how fashion affects politics.
Despite the police officer uniform being ‘unflattering’, policewoman Holly Whybrow would not change it. She tells The Linc why.
This week Parliament has advertised to companies to help develop a video game to educate children on politics.
Claudia Aliffe, a mature student at the University of Lincoln, is studying fashion. Jessica Brown looks at her designs and aspirations.
Emily Margaret Hill, a recent Lincoln graduate, showed dedication and talent at a local gallery exhibition. Jessica Brown visited Emily’s studio to talk about the Victorian inspiration behind her collection.
Does the fashion world need a reform in order to stop the tolerance of inappropriate behaviour towards models? Jessica Brown explores the issue.
This year’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer has launched, HMV gets in to clothes with ‘the studio’ and the best dressed list is out. Jessica Brown has the scoops.
Apple offers a growing range of fun applications to enhance iPods and iPhones, but they could be putting us in danger. Jessica Brown investigates.
The first mirrors were invented in 1460 by the Venetians and ever since people been obsessed about their appearances. Jessica Brown looks at how much influence our appearances have on our lives.