Welcome to Sister! We are a bi-annual, independent and feminist publication. Our core value is that all issues are women’s issues, and that by providing a platform for them to be discussed, together we will achieve concrete change.
COME PARTY WITH US
As much as we are passionate about print and online, we love to bring our community together IRL as often as possible. We hold regular workshops, panels and parties - check out where you can hang with us next.
SISTER MEETS...SOLEÉ DARRELL
Following on from our jewellery focus in The Strong Issue, we chatted with Vancouver based designer Soleé Darrell. Hi Soleé, first of all could you explain how you first began designing jewellery? I started making pieces when I was little with beads that I would get at Michael's, and then I would sell them to my mum's co-workers. After I graduated from college I realised that I didn't know what I wanted to do and felt really lost...
The Rest Is Drag
Olivia Alexander's portraits focus on fashion, drag and sub culture. They capture the style and character of a person, as well as the environment around them. These images were shot in several clubs throughout London.
SISTER MEETS...SOPHIA HILTON
We meet the brains behind Brick Lane's Not Another Salon, Sophia Hilton. Not only is she passionate about hair, but also carving out a non judgemental, safe space where customers can discuss mental health issues and receive the encouragement to be themselves no matter what...
Buy your Generally Quite Professional tee from Everpress
Be a generally quite professional babe in this tee designed by Hatti Rex. Part of The Feedback Series, more designs coming soon.
The Feedback Series is made up of quotes from our EIC Beccy’s university feedback. Sister started in 2012 as her final project in the last year of a journalism degree. When you get criticism, it can be really difficult to persevere and have complete faith in yourself and what you’re doing, but it will pay off eventually. These t-shirts prove that!
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