Raise a Glass to Soho’s Beautiful Past
Soho has always belonged to artists, immigrants, sex workers and poor people. Karl Marx lived on Dean Street. One of the greatest love affairs of all
Heaven & Height: a Brief History of Human Elevation
Tall, elegant, slender—these words could describe super models, skyscrapers, or marble statues. Short, on the other hand, seems to lack any positive
Marie Stopes: Queen of Contraception
Some figures have been, if not completely forgotten then certainly corroded by the grindstone of time. Today I bring to you the much overlooked Marie
History of the Onesie: From Churchill to Cara
Fashion trends are always changing but if there is one piece of apparel that is going through a certain cultural moment it is undoubtedly the onesie.
Ancient Egypt to Essex: A Brief History of Tanning
As the first fleeting rays of sun permeate through the eternal cloudbanks to beat upon on our beloved smoky city, it is safe to assume that summer has
Silicone and Status: A Brief History of Boob Jobs
Design Historian Sophie Foan discusses the rise of cosmetic surgery and the change in breast design over the last few decades.
A Bed of One’s Own
Sharing a bed with someone typically implies one of two things: you’re in a loving relationship or (congrats) you just got laid. But the shared bed.