Heaven Help Me I Didn’t See The Devil In Your Eyes

Happy Spring Equinox! Heaven Help Me I Didn’t See The Devil In Your Eyes is the beauty editorial we need to Spring forth … Shot by Michele Cote Styling by Natalie roar Makeup by Grace Ellington Featuring Items From: For Good Luck, Playclothes, Jiwinaia, Monki, Beyond Retro, Som Kerdisiri & Reign Vintage

Listen to our Special Podcast Episode with Rose McGowan

We’re back, and chatting to activist, artist and actress Rose McGowan for this instalment of The Polyester Podcast. This week we’ll be interrupting our normal scheduling to bring you a one-parter with activist, actress, and artist Rose McGowan. Whether you know her from Charmed, her work across the teen genre in the ’90s, or her...

Our Third Podcast Episode Explores Skincare, Stress, and Fan Girl Culture

Episode three is here! In this instalment of The Polyester Podcast, visual artist Chloe Sheppard jumps in as guest host to talk us through everything she loves about fandom and fangirls for our ‘obsessions’ series. From following around musicians on tour to becoming a touring photographer herself, we learn how being a fan has informed...

Why has a company in Japan released a ranking of “University students with easy-access girls”?

Celebrating the centenary of when women won the right to vote, 2018 proved to be positive in many ways regarding the status of women and equal rights.  However, as you might expect, it also revealed the need to continue the campaign as well.  There is a global element to feminism today, which couldn’t have been...

Erratic and Enigmatic

Never before released official biography and intimate drawings depicting sneak peek into the life of Glasgow’s most fabulous performer  Liv Fontaine hatched from a large and ornate Faberge egg somewhere int he later part of the 21st Century. The mysterious artist (who some call an enigma) describes her unusual birth as her first memory and...

Mondays.

Happy Monday ! Colleen Anderhub‘s illustrates a depiction our forever Monday Mood .

The Second Podcast Episode is Here: Featuring Polly Nor and sex expert Ruby Rare

The illustrator and issue eight cover girl talks us through her vintage matchbox collection, while Ruby dispels all the myths surrounding our contraceptive choices If you somehow missed our first episode (catch up here if so); we’ve started a podcast series! Released every two weeks on a Monday, we’ll be exploring what makes our favourite...

A tale of non-monogamous relationship’s

I was Queer in the Past, Am I Queer in the Future? At this point, most millennials know of someone or another who is in an “open” relationship. Non-monogamous compacts sound utopic but they are not without their sandstorms. These relationships consist of two or more people in agreement that their dynamic has the capacity...

Ghosting – is this just real life, or should it be fantasy?

Boo it’s a ghost, and not even a cute Casper-like cartoon ghost we know and love, I’m talking about the ghosts in your closet. And tbh, however much we wish they would stay there, this closet doesn’t have a lock, and anyway – ghosts can walk through walls remember? They can’t be trapped away by...

Vanity Care on Valentines

What is value? Well, it can revolve around a lot of things. Summer Scott explores her own Self Love and Vanity Care in a Valentines photo series. Vanity Care is a term I use to refer to outright self-indulgence in the mental well being of ourselves. We are starting skin care routines but for the...

Happy Galentine’s Day!

A cat lady is a cultural archetype often depicted as a woman, a middle-aged or eldery spinster, who owns many pet cats. The term traditonally considered negative, though in 2019 being a cat lady is something to strive for; an independent icon. This photo series by Bethany Vargas depicts our only mood this Galentine’s Day. ❤ Photographer:Bethany Vargas...

Purple Girls, Purple Girls.

Love is in the air, and Polyester carries on our LOVE WEEK feature with this poem by Eleanor Alice Hurley, on how ‘Purple Girls Inspired Me to Be a Woman’ Purple Girls inspired me to be a woman,  I realised,  After tireless disappointment, uncertainty, a disassociated glance in the glass,  Running a race where I...