Graduation and Beyond
As many of us are now graduating, beyond donning our robes and graduation hats we don't have much of an idea what the summer - let alone the future - has in store for us. So how long does it take to land your ideal career once you've graduated? What steps should you take to find out exactly what your dream job might be? FUSSED caught up with some UK graduates to find out just what they've been up to since securing their degrees.
The Female Gaze
The female body is at the pinnacle of the fashion world. It is the most celebrated shape by artists, designers and photographers who all use the feminine form to enhance their work. Whether on the catwalk or on the cover of a magazine, women and their bodies are intensely fetishised, and not just for the pleasure of the male spectator, but also for women.
As it is FUSSED's summer bumper issue, we're giving our lucky readers two gorgeous beauty trends to make you dazzle this summer: exotic, tropical glamour versus pretty pastels. Whether enduring sweltering heats or being drenched in a tropical downpour, the darkened exotic look is a much desired one; so FUSSED, as ever, has provided you with a helpful makeup how-to for this incandescent and long-lasting trend.
If the tropical heat is a little too much to handle, why not cool off with the delicious strawberry, vanilla and minty shades of the traditional British ice-cream parlour. Although this pastel palette may seem an obvious choice for the season, the feminine flush of colour is the perfect addition to every girl's wardrobe.
Never out of Bloom
As the days become warmer and longer, we anticipate floral's revival in the conventional form of effervescent hues or subtle pastels, but how are fashion's top designers reworking this classic concept in order to diminish its predictability? There are new way of wearing florals, and they're blooming gorgeous.
Day in the Life: Rebecca Sutherland Young
When I ask Rebecca Sutherland Young about herself, I expect to, perhaps naively, hear about a student who, like the rest of us, is finding her feet in life, assessing what to do and how to do it. To my surprise (and envy), at the age of 21, Rebecca is admirably confident in what she does, what she will be doing and is well on her way to a career as an esteemed fashion designer.