What’s the first thing you do in the morning? I have a fabulous double espresso, feed my beautiful dogs, catch up on emails, figure out how big i will do my hair and what fabulous attire I will wear to rock the street. What inspired you to set up your gospel choir? My inspiration for […]
The issue of sexual racism is a debate that keeps on raging on amongst members of the LGBT community. Apps like Grindr and Tinder have given many of its users a platform to express their like or dislike for a certain race of people and while some may argue it’s all just a preference, most […]
I recently had the chance to talk to Asifa Lahore, the UK’s first out and proud Muslim Drag Queen. Since the Channel 4 documentary, “Muslim Drag Queens” aired in August 2015, Asifa has become a voice for the South Asian LGBT community. We talked how his life has changed since the documentary, his thoughts on […]
With the weather starting to perk up in the UK, the A.Z Team have been brainstorming some looks for the summer. Recently, we teamed up with Fridge4Fashion (F4), a London based online store, which specialises in ‘unique statement and street wear accessories’. F4 doubles as a personal stylist and retailer all in one and we […]
What does a typical day look like for you? Early starts and late finishes. We’re currently in the process of realigning the curriculum for the upcoming academic year. In order for students between level two and four to be more equipped and provide more practicalities in preparation for their careers within retail and visual merchandising. […]
Remi interviewed the founder of UK Black Pride, Lady Phyll Opoku-Gyimah. But we call her Lady Phyll because she is cool. She is the kind of woman that makes us so very proud to be LGBT+ BME. Her commitment to LGBT+ and human equality is so inpsiring and speaks before her. Her relentless work for the LGBT […]
Despite the progress that society has made towards understanding and accepting the LGBT lifestyle, the South Asian community still struggles to embrace, or at the very least, acknowledge that there are people within their own community who identify as LGBT. Much of this comes from a culture of upholding the family’s honor and essentially worrying […]
I came across this gem of Kano’s performance for Trevor Nelson on 1Xtra Live Lounge which aired last week. Paying tribute to the late great David Bowie by doing a cover of Changes. Kano spits bars of his come-up and is accompanied by the equally talented Tawiah who provides some amazing and effortless vocals. A positively brilliant track.
Poeticdrugs shows us how to slay in pink By adding a pop of colour you can take a smokey eye to the next level Highlight goals We’re all here for the natural flawless look Understated Neutrals are everything Once again with the flawless beat Tears of glitter #goals
Harriet Thugman is a name that I have known for a long time.