Architecture and Interior Design
Native English editorial writer and content creator based in Hong Kong.
Currently working at NONAGON.style - an editorial and e-commerce platform for architecture and interior design enthusiasts. Skills include creative editorial feature writing; SEO and digital best practice; commissioning and sub-editing copy; social media/ digital marketing; and website data analysis.
Previous editorial experience includes an internship at the Regional Magazine Company, and stints as Fashion Editor of Palatinate Student Newspaper and Editor-in-Chief of Durham University History Society's academic journal.
Architecture and Interior Design
Imagine a school so cool the kids don't ever want to leave.
The interior inspiration you never knew you needed.
When it comes to inspirational cities for design, is Shanghai the first location to spring to mind? According to artist and designer Sarah Armstrong, it definitely should. From Art Deco architecture to retro poster artwork and traditional Ming dynasty design, Shanghai is a treasure trove of inspiration.
If you're looking for the ideal location to build a back to nature holiday retreat then you can stop the search because I think I found it. Surrounded by majestic mountain views, blue lagoon waters and unspoiled vegetation, the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate is about as close to perfect as it gets.
When we talk about renewal, it's almost always in reference to something good. It's no wonder they're two of the buzziest buzzwords in marketing today, helping to sell everything from skincare to vitamins. Conjuring connotations of rejuvenation, it's hard to find fault with a concept synonymous with growth and repair.
How does an interior designer style her home?
Relaxed, comfortable, demure ... Jessica Ng looks at the latest fashion trends.
For the past few seasons, fashion week beauty has tended to stray into the realm of predictability, dominated by the perennial 'no make-up, make-up' crusade and little else. At New York Fashion Week earlier this month however, beauty connoisseurs rejoiced - an exaggerated, graphic liner at DKNY, and a sensual deep matte chocolate red lip at Naeem Khan, were just a couple of the gems that signalled a cosmetic awakening.
In collaboration with DUCFS and Ed Little, here is Indigo's take on the classic Valentine's love theme. Featuring clothing from Timothy Foxx, this is our alternative love story. With thanks to DUCFS and Ed Little. Clothing courtesy of Timothy Foxx. Models: Chloë Kealey and Harry Roxburgh.
Paris Couture is the holy grail of the sartorial realm. Synonymous with extravagance, luxury and artistry, couture is traditionally where designers really come into their own. Despite talk of the contrary in the aftermath of the latest round of shows, we believe that Spring 2015 couture certainly did not disappoint on these counts.
Culture and Lifestyle
Planning the ultimate night to remember? Take some A-List inspiration and your festive gathering could become a thing of legend.
The Durham Globalist is Durham University's premier international affairs magazine, produced and published entirely by students. The Durham Globalist is the newest member of the Global21 network, a group founded by Yale University in 2005 which has since been joined by universities such as the London School of Economics, Oxford University and Peking University.
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