It wasn’t all that long ago when bars still had smoking sections, or when there were even some bars in certain places where smoking was fully welcomed. However, since 2007 it has been illegal to smoke in any indoor establishment

Every woman follows a beauty routine, and the final step of this routine is to apply her favorite perfume. There is a dab and a spritz there; the beauty is ready to conquer the world! The majority don't even think about

Fifteen years on since its inception, Wales Comic Con: Telford Takeover, is proving it can hold its own against the bigger conventions. Comic Con conventions take place year after year within numerous locations across the UK and are seen as a

In conversation with 1883 Magazine, Tefi talks about her history with pop culture & astrology, creating content for TikTok, and more.

1883 Magazine's Kelsey Barnes chats with actress Elizabeth Gilpin about writing her memoir Stolen, navigating through trauma, starting the conversation around these institutions, and more.

British YouTuber, presenter, and author Daniel Howell offers a practical yet poignant look into mental health – his own struggles held up as a mirror for anyone else going through the same – in his book You Will Get Through

Welcome to Lobsteropolis City: the virtual universe populated by British contemporary artist Philip Colbert’s lobster alter-ego creation. Following his successful Saatchi Gallery virtual exhibition in 2020, in which visitors could tune in remotely to be guided around by a robot lobster,

Get to know Sian Welby: the TV and radio host who is warming up the nation each morning on Capital Breakfast. Known for her shrewd laid-back humour, the polished presenter has interviewed some of the industry’s biggest stars, and is now

Rooted in hope and the conscious pursuit of solutions, Call of the Wild, the brand-new podcast from WWF delves into ways in which we can redefine our role as a society in the climate crisis and repair our relationship with the

“The next billion dollar brand will not be a clothing company. It will be a person. We are trying to support the next generation of selling, which is real people sharing real opinions….it is not shops.” Sam Jones, co-founder of

It has been a long summer at 1883 HQ in Wimbledon. Producing our current RESET Issue during lockdown meant my daily adventure was limited to a masked-up trip to the local corner shop. As things have relaxed over the last

Aija Mayrock doesn’t mince her words. In her newly published poetry book, ‘Dear Girl’, the 24-year-old feminist poet writes with courage and candor, whether denouncing a pervasive rape culture and urging society to believe survivors or smashing the stigma surrounding menstruation

Eco-travel is currently at the forefront of most travellers’ minds and with a robust composting & recycling programme as well as an unwavering commitment to reducing single-use plastics, Treehouse London does not disappoint. Gone are the days of sacrificing the planet

Drawing from creative sources and honoring the body’s natural ability to move freely are two of the main reasons why dancer and choreographer Ryan Heffington has been recruited by Sia and Christine and the Queens to create the choreography of

Speaking with Jed Skrzypczak — the creative director who has been working closely with Charli XCX on the visual side of her lockdown album how i’m feeling now — it was clear that this is a project which looks to

Earlier this year, we were whisked away on a British Airways flight to Japan. Skipping the usual stops of the Blade Runner-esq Tokyo cityscapes and Geisha-spotting in the former capital Kyoto to explore Setouchi, an area normally overlooked by tourists. An

What results at the unification of art, finance and technology to facilitate relief efforts for COVID-19 victims? The brilliance of this coalescence is Art&Co., the world’s largest online art auction devoted to giving short- and long-term aid to freelance artists that have

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