Last month, I teamed up with James Cairney and Patrick Mainland to produce a video extension of Aye Hen, Tartan Flowers. We pitched the concept of a YouTube channel dedicated to showcasing Scotland’s creative femmes to a panel consisting of representatives from BBC’s The Social, STV and others. The feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive,… Read More Tartan Flowers Videos – Dreamland Clothing
Glasgow’s LGBTQ+ scene may be smaller than its counterparts in London or Manchester, but it is playing host to the development of a uniquely creative, D.I.Y based kind of drag scene. Launched by few but now celebrated by many, the two main weekly shows that thrive in the city have been enjoying their first birthdays… Read More Ready To Suck Harder?
Ladyboss is the brainchild of Amber Vermeulen, a fashion graduate with a desire to do things differently. Initially beginning as a pop up but now in its permanent location in the old town of Edinburgh, Ladyboss offers something the traditional whisky outlets and kilt makers won’t – creative fashion and beauty exclusively from women. Work… Read More The Ladyboss Mentality
Scotland, and particularly Glasgow, has a wild amount of events focusing on creative women. If you’re anything like me, you’ll tick ‘going’ on Facebook to just about everything, as if in two months time you won’t still be completely overwhelmed by life’s responsibilities and completely forget you had plans. Well, I’ve decided to help you (and… Read More What’s on? Our woman-centric event rundown
Every Tuesday a group of immensely talented, ridiculously creative drag queens perform at Katie’s Bar in Glasgow’s Merchant City. The show, Mothertucker, is a must-see for even the most casual of drag fans – from those who have watched one or two episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race when they were scrolling endlessly through Netflix, to those… Read More One Year of Mothertucker
Helen Macdonald and Kimberley Grahame met somewhere you’d least expect two fashionistas would – Angus, near Dundee, Scotland. Since joining forces and beginning Wardrobe Conversations three years ago, they’ve racked up an impressive following, with over 1000 followers on Twitter and nearly 2500 on Instagram. Their site is one of the biggest fashion blogs in… Read More In Conversation – With Wardrobe Conversations
26-year-old Ruby Coyne graduated from Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen in 2014 and relocated back to her home town of Dundee. During her fashion degree, she began selling 1980 vintage clothing online and at local markets as a hobby. This spiralled out of control and has turned into not only a vintage business but… Read More Together In Electric Dreams: Dreamland Clothing’s Ruby Coyne