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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | February 24, 2020

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AboutKate King, Author at The Creative Issue

Kate King

Kate King

My names Kate King, I’m a fashion writer for The Creative Issue. I study Journalism and Entertainment at QUT and when I’m not drowning in university work, I write for my own online publication. Fashion has been a big part of my life and has brought me through many cringe-worthy points in my fashion career and taught me what I should not wear ever and taught me to take risks. The Creative Industries has been a big part of my life and so having the opportunity to write about it with The Creative Issue is a massive step in the direction I want to take as a writer.

Posts By Kate King

The Tomboy: not feminine till it’s time to be.

May 19, 2018 |

Tomboys have existed for years, only now are they able to hold their feminine power in their fashion. Tomboys have long been mistaken as lesbians but for many, it is simply a way to be able to wear clothes less … Read More

From tradition to fashion statement: the next page in the history books for tattoos.

May 17, 2018 |

Tattoos have had a turbulent and long history. Their use has been manipulated over many years and the reasons for marking oneself have become distorted. Tattoos have moved from a traditional use to more of a fashion statement, becoming more … Read More

Fashion Resurrection

May 7, 2018 |

The Resurrection of the ‘has been’ fashion trends Read More

Campus Couture: Street Fashion on University Grounds

March 25, 2018 |

Fashion throughout anyone’s university career can take unexpected twists and turns. These twists and turns predominantly move towards bed wear towards the end of your third year. Dependent on different courses of study and general interests, university fashion can come … Read More

Empowerment from Beneath: How Lingerie is Emboldening Women

March 22, 2018 |

From as far back as the 18th century, lingerie has been a very personal and practical item. Mary Phelps Jacob was the godsend we needed in 1913 when she got crafty with some handkerchiefs and some ribbon to create the … Read More

Brisbane Drag Queens BLURring the Lines with Fashion Designer Kimbralou

March 14, 2018 |

On the first Thursday of every month, a couple of Queens perform for the masses in BLUR. Blur is a drag show meant to create an environment for all, blurring the lines of sexuality and identity. The resident Queen, Kitty … Read More