On Monday, The British Fashion Council kindly invited Flock to the Crown to the Designer Showrooms Open House event, hosted by Drapers. Stylists, Journalists and Bloggers were given the opportunity to meet talented, innovative and creative designers that are making their presence felt within the industry. Here we look at the top 10 emerging Accessory … More LFW Week: Designer Showroom Open House
Last week GQ British awarded Kim Kardashian-West its “Woman Of The Year” 2014, at its awards held last week at the Royal Opera House. The publication said Kim KW was given the award based on the fact that she had “Taken over global television,” and “Social Media with 23 million twitter followers and 18 … More GQ’s Woman of the Year Award… Did Kim Kardashian-West Really Deserve to Win It?
One of the great things about moving back into a management role, as I did recently, is that I get to interview people for jobs. It’s not that I’m cruel and enjoy frightening people or that I have an inner Simon Cowell who must be satisfied. It’s not even that I’m nosy and just like … More Job interviews are easy
London’s Borough of Camden continues to prove itself to be the capital’s live music core. A night out in the borough will guarantee you not only one hell of a time, but also an exposure to a musically diverse area. From the hard metal, pop-rock atmosphere of Underworld (or Worlds End Camden) to the … More iTunes Festival returns to Camden for the 7th year in a row
I’m not a big fan of any of the portmanteau words that have emerged from the internet age but the term slacktivism is surprisingly effective. Slacktivism is when people do something to raise awareness for a charity/cause/issue but nothing else. Like re-tweeting a post on Twitter or liking a cause on Facebook – slacktivism brings … More The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Is there any value in celebrity slacktivism?
Last month N Dubz starlet and former X factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos walked free from court after the judge concluded that the evidence against her was not sufficient enough to deliver a trial. It had been alleged that she had organised a £800 deal to supply class A drugs to undercover reporter, Mazhir Mahmood also known as the ‘Fake Sheikh.’ … More Murdoch’s Army Vs Journalism Ethics
On the 8th July 2014, Flock To The Crown (FTTC) attended the Student Union Council meeting and discovered that Birkbeck College were planning on enforcing some changes to student services. One of these changes included plans to close the 24 hour computer rooms. Here, founder of the campaign and President of Birkbeck’s Law Society, Angela … More EXCLUSIVE: Birkbeck Student Union Speaks Out