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Reading Time: 4 minutes Now is the perfect time to start thinking about those post-lockdown snaps to fill your insta feed and show off your online shopping purchases. And there’s no better place to take those shots than the vibrant streets of Shoreditch. So charge your camera, throw on your new clothes you’ve been dying to wear and strike a pose, as here are the 8 most instagrammable locations in Shoreditch. Instagram @ariki_roman Brick Lane Vintage Market Firstly we have Brick Lane Vintage Market and as well…

Reading Time: 3 minutes 26 years ago, when Blur released the now iconic Parklife — a brit-pop homage to London’s ‘park class,’— it would have been difficult to imagine just how ingrained in daily existence park life would in fact become. But here we are, it’s 2020 and parks have become a staple part of our daily routine. Whether as a space to exercise, meet friends (no more than 6 of them!) or spend the day sunbathing, London’s green spaces have never been more significant. And…

Reading Time: 5 minutes The streets of London have featured as a starring role in countless blockbuster successes, whether it be 90s romances or epic Marvel adventure movies. We’ve chosen seven of the most iconic locations for you to visit and channel your inner Leonardo DiCaprio or Emma Watson. The brilliant thing about this list is that these locations are entirely free to visit (queue cheers from broke students across the country)! Instagram @preeta_agarwal Harry Potter – King’s Cross…

Reading Time: 4 minutes With a tirade of documentaries and articles opening our eyes to the impact of fast fashion on the environment, it’s time to pull out our wallets/purses/piggybanks and start shopping smarter. In fact: “If everyone bought one used item this year instead of new, it could save nearly 6 pounds of CO2 emissions [amazingly] that’s equivalent to removing half a million cars off the road for a year.” – and with this in mind, there’s no time like the present to get down and go green! One easy…

Reading Time: 4 minutes Just because the class of 2020 have been robbed of their graduation ceremonies this summer does not mean we can’t celebrate in style. We’ve all worked tirelessly for our degrees and we deserve some recognition for the hours spent slaving away in the library writing essays and revising for exams. But having an at home graduation does have its perks: you can make it more personal and suited to your style. So, here is your guide to throw…