The ‘High Art’ of High-Street Fashion

Fine art and its consumption has been long been confined to museums, institutions and education. This means that it can often be an exclusionary element of culture, and one that many write off, thinking that they couldn’t possibly understand it. But high-street fashion is something that we all can appreciate: not only have we all bought such clothes, but for many the high street is a place of socialisation and popular culture. So what happens when we bring these two together?

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Stop The Presses! Or Perhaps Not

Rupert Murdoch has proven himself to be unscrupulous, power-hungry, and at times law-breaking. Yet, at the same time his papers command a huge readership hence why he has been courted by British politicians for decades.

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