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Label Fashion Show: A Review

Written by on 19 April 2018

  In a town where the market for fashion shows is pretty much completely saturated, it seems inevitable that a hierarchy will form. FS and DW at the top, everyone else down below. Attending Label 2018, however, has made me rethink my perceptions of lower-budgeted, and apparently lesser fashion shows. While I was sceptical about […]

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May Ball: Music Review

Written by on 8 May 2017

Henry Smith and Bertie Lumsden  Between drunk driving bumper cars, eating champagne ice pops, and ordering drinks at any of the three extensive bars, attendees could sip to Cool Jazz, boogie on the main dance floor, or go to the VIP area. Upon entering, guests were greeted by a glass of champagne and a Jazz […]

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Review: Bacchanalia

Written by on 10 March 2017

Hugh M Casey Ζωή Σοφία Εὐτυχία Melodies and people dancing beneath brightly strung lights, smiling, warm. Φαντασία. Simplicity untouched within Younger Hall. The inaugural event of Bacchanalia was smooth and carefree. Between 9 pm and 2 am there was no silence. Quickly inside the door was quiet chat, laughter at the human statues guiding you […]

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Music Review: DONT WALK 2017

Written by on 1 March 2017

Marina Carnwath DONT WALK is simply an extremely professional enterprise. The night, in its entirety, seemed meticulously orchestrated and executed, with the arrival, show, and after party flowing into one another with minimal disruption. The abundance of such high profile fashion shows this term always strikes one as a little bizarre for a student town, […]

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Preview: Bacchanalia

Written by on 1 March 2017

Hugh M Casey This Friday, Younger Hall will play host for “Bacchanalia.” This is the first time the event will be held. I met with Helen Sanderson, one of the event organisers, to find out what the chat was. I have been promised all manner of things. Certainly, the formalities that are expected of Younger […]

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