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About Alana
Alana Flood is a fashion journalist based in London, United Kingdom.
Languages
English
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Feature Stories Fact Checking
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Cultural Fact Checking
Portfolio

A New Front for Climate Accountability

04 Apr 2024
The article discusses the impact of climate change on Indigenous tribes, particularly the Shoalwater Bay and Makah Tribes, who are facing severe coastal erosion, ocean acidification, and flooding. These tribes competed for limited grants from Congress for tribal relocation but found the funds insufficient for their needs. The article also covers the broader issue of climate accountability, highlighting lawsuits against major fossil fuel companies for their role in climate change and deception. Minnesota's lawsuit against ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, and the American Petroleum Institute aims to hold them accountable for misleading the public about climate change. The U.S. Supreme Court allowed Minnesota's lawsuit to proceed, reflecting a trend of state courts ruling against oil companies. The article notes the increased sovereignty and political power of tribal governments, as they now have the legal standing to sue independently. It also references past lawsuits against the tobacco and opioid industries, suggesting that Indigenous communities could lead a new wave of accountability cases against corporate harm.

London Fashion Week Coverage

20 Apr 2019  |  Schön! Magazine
The article provides a review of the London Fashion Week, highlighting the standout collections and themes from various designers. Mary Katrantzou's collection blended high Victoriana with Bauhaus influences, while Eudon Choi's designs were inspired by modernist painters in St Ives. Temperley celebrated female aviators with workwear and high-shine designs. Gareth Pugh presented a 'demolition silhouette' with exaggerated shoulders and metallic elements. Markus Lupfer showcased heavy tartans and florals, and the House of Holland's Grow Up collection evoked rebellious teenage years. Sadie Williams featured a space crew aesthetic, and Osman's collection had a disco penthouse vibe. Ashish's runway was reminiscent of an Indian market with vibrant colors and a commentary on consumer culture. The article is a blend of descriptions of the collections and the thematic inspirations behind them.

Paris Fashion Week Coverage for Schön! magazine.

20 Apr 2019  |  Schön! Magazine
The article provides a detailed review of the Paris Fashion Week SS19 Menswear collections, highlighting the work of several designers. Thom Browne's show featured oversized coats and a whimsical garden setting, while Sean Suen and Wooyoungmi played with exaggerated silhouettes and gender norms. Sankuanz presented a military-inspired line with a collaboration with Puma, infusing sporty elements into the designs. Ann Demeulemeester's collection was characterized by romanticism with dark undertones, using lace and sheer fabrics. The article emphasizes the innovative approaches to menswear that blend past trends with futuristic elements, offering a fresh perspective on masculinity and style.

Paris Fashion Week Coverage for Schön! magazine.

20 Apr 2019  |  Schön! Magazine
The article provides a behind-the-scenes look at the Paris Fashion Week Men's SS19, highlighting the shows of Cerruti, Henrik Vibskov, Sean Suen, and White Mountaineering. Cerruti's show featured a sportswear-meets-Riviera theme with a refined, neutral color palette and superb garment fit. Henrik Vibskov's presentation included aeronautic themes with Japanese-inspired cuts and a mechanical soundtrack. Sean Suen's collection conveyed a narrative of escape, hide, and fight with earthy tones and strong silhouettes. White Mountaineering showcased bold colors and patterns, transitioning to more athletic looks towards the end. The article also mentions a collaboration with Adidas and provides a teaser for a full round-up of the season's catwalks.
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