In her FARID debut, Esme tackles the behemoth issue that is the climate disaster. Don’t react, be proactive.
Let’s make this christmas the most sustainable yet! Megan Smith talks about how to take your christmas to the next level.
Vintage fashion has always been popular but in 2019 it has made a real comeback. Let’s take a look at some of the facts.
A trip to the theatre with Emily Redman. Here is what she had to say about “Our House”
Where Fashion meets satire- this macabre depiction of the art world is both terrifying and sexy!
Spoiler alert! Opinion incoming! Troy Harrison gives us his take on The Joker.
Harrowing tales of sex workers and statistics you have never heard of. Revolting prostitutes explores sex work like never before.
Our Q&A with Nissy Tee was both a pleasure and inspiring. A powerhouse of motivational speaking, Nissy is a force of nature.
AJ Crompton takes a look at the best and brightest makeup looks Instagram has to offer. Let’s get spooky bitches!
Next up on the FARID Bookshelf- a trip to the hospital with Megan Sneade
Megan Smith explores the issue of Period Poverty and the brilliant organisations fighting to end it.
Our next piece of outstanding literature on the FARID Bookshelf. Kieran Galpin unpacks this hefty novel
Welcome to the FARID bookshelf. A collection of short reads discussing the best literature out there.
With Black History Month finally arriving, there’s no better time to appreciate the comic book characters of colour.
Farid is potential. Potential that will be tapped, packaged and released into the wilds of a modern media landscape.
Self-love and knowing how to express yourself plays a huge role in relationships with others. We explore the importance of being yourself in the latest issue.