Preparing for Bestival

Preparing for Bestival

Preparing for Bestival By Lauren Hobbs Bestival ….. it’s always been on my to do list, every year I say I’m going to go but somehow I’ve never made it! This year is going to be the year, I will finally break my Bestival virginity and I can’t wait! For those of you out there like me who haven’t been to Bestival before it’s a 4 day festival set in a beautiful leafy park on the Isle of Wight, it’s famous for having an eclectic line up with every genre of music represented across the various stages and for having

Platforms to the Sky and Back

Platforms to the Sky and Back

By: Victoria Patterson Whether you’re goth, an alien star child, sophisticated fashionista or magical rainbow hippy, there is a fascination with platform shoes.  Is it the desire to tower over the world like the gorgeous models that grace our magazines? Or perhaps to give an ironic eye-catching fashion punch as you stroll down the streets? Whatever it is we love them and need them in our lives! (Even if it is a sure fire way to topple over and sprain an ankle.)   Marc Jacobs Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear Photo: Alessandro Garofalo / Indigital.tv Platforms are nothing new, from stilettos walking

The EDC experience

The EDC experience

By Katie Hobbs Electric Daisy Carnival, commonly known as EDC, is one of the biggest electronic dance music festivals in the world.  Last year I turned down an opportunity to attend EDC Vegas, and the FOMO (fear of missing out) I had whilst watching my friends upload photos and videos to Facebook was unbearable.  This year EDC UK invited wildthing.com to come along and experience their 1 day festival in the land of magical roundabouts – Milton Keynes. We jumped at the chance to attend and couldn’t wait to see what the Electric Daisy Carnival has to offer! Earlier this year Avicii announced he was

Brownstock Music Festival 2016

Brownstock Music Festival 2016

By Anne-Marie Wardle Rosher Brownstock is often referred to as the UK’s best small music festival and now we can see why! This year the festival had its 12th Birthday and ran from 8th July – 11th July 2016 at Morris Farm in Essex, while opening its gates to over 6,000 keen festival goers. It was the first time we had attended, and it definitely lived up to expectations and was certainly worth the three and a half hour drive each way! The buzzing atmosphere and quirky touches made an unforgettable weekend. Music The festival is comprised of 6 stages,

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