poems of love and the feminine spirit

Victoria Sandico explores the intensity of  love and feminine spirtuality through free verse poems "Blue is the Warmest Color" and "Rosaries and Harlots".

10 Movies To Watch When You're Too Old To Trick or Treat


      Face it, you're too old to trick or treat (and too young to die). If you're in this "in between" stage like me, it's likely your plans for Halloween include watching a movie. So, to make the inevitable "which movie do I watch" crisis a little bit easier, here's a list of my favourite horror movies (in no particular order) to get you in the mood for Halloween.

exploring horizons with fashionmaker julie paskal

In the middle of preparation for a Paris Fashion week runway show, Ukrainian fashion creator Julie Paskal managed to squeeze in some time to chat with BLOOME journalist Olga Korovina. Her brand PASKAL is known for minimalism, and contemporary elements of design inspired by Julie's background in architecture and engineering.

notes from the fisherman's journal

Glissments progressifs du plaisir 
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Nigerian-based poet Zara Medugu shares with us words to celebrate the beauty of nature and life through her poem "Notes from the Fisherman's Journal". 

artistic visions with john william of pigeons and peacocks

BLOOME journalist Olga Korovina had the chance to talk to fashion-maker John William, who throughout the years  has contributed and collaborated with Dazed and Confused, VICE, i-D, Nylon, Paper, and Bullet magazine. He began his career in fashion, and has had his work exhibited globally including a 2011 show curated by photographer Rankin and a 2014 collaboration with the Museum of London. John's experience in the industry spans marketing, consultancy, trend forecasting and creative direction, and he teaches across a number of BA courses at LCF. He currently works as a stylist and artist and his work often includes props and custom pieces of his own design. 

stranger things inspired playlist

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Senior Journalist Jessica Nauta constructs a playlist of twelve songs inspired by the 80s throwback Netflix series Stranger Things.