Monthly Archives: October 2015
Need some Halloween film inspo? Look no further! Our web team at JOY HQ have rounded up their favourite horror movies so you can have a terrifying Halloween in the comfort of your own living room. Just add popcorn (and maybe a sofa to hide behind!)
A: The Birds
“Although I’m a big, big fan of ‘90s slasher films like Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, the only movie that genuinely terrifies me is The Birds by Alfred Hitchcock. The master of suspense had me freaking out right from the opening credits and as much as I probably shouldn’t, I love
Now we’ve (almost) gotten over the fact that Hugh Grant and his delightfully floppy hair won’t be in the next Bridget Jones film, we simply couldn't resist taking a peek at the first imagery released for Bridget Jones’s Baby. And, while the verdict may be out on Renée clutching an iPad instead of that little red journal we all know and love, we were all agreed on this quick fire recap of Bridge-inspired life lessons to count on.
1) NEVER JUDGE A MAN BY HIS JUMPER
Okay, what we’re really getting at here is that first impressions don’t always mean everything. Avoid the bad boy in the impeccable white shirt (and the boss for that matter) and try to look past ridiculous reindeer jumpers or too-tight turtle necks. After all, the man beneath may just be your very own Mark Darcy. Note: This doesn't apply if the jumper in question says something along the lines of ‘Jingle My Bells’. Got it?
Fashion Month has come and gone and we’ve been left buzzing with inspiration for Spring/Summer 2016. While LFW may remain the world’s most irreverent shows, it seems they have taken a turn for the grown-up this season; we’re still having all the fun poring over our favourite trends of the week and the pieces to buy now that will see you into the next season.
Whenever Spring/Summer rolls around, we always want to don our brightest clothes to match the long-missed sunshine. For SS16 though, the trend was less for matching the sun and more for outshining it completely in a range of eye-catching acid brights. These colours are much bolder than this year’s springtime pastels; bright yellow was a particular favourite so nab yourself some primrose-coloured pieces in time for next year.