Fashion Work 1993—2018 25 Years of Art in Fashion: An interview with the author

In a comprehensive and great work of literature, art historian, critic, former editor at DANSK, current writer for i-D and editor for Wallet Jeppe Ugelvig dives deep into the cross-disciplinary work of some of the most forward thinking creatives of the 90s read more

How sustainable is unpaid labour?

In a city falling over itself to congratulate itself for using organic cotton, aren’t we forgetting one major flaw: how sustainable is unpaid labour? read more

Victoria’s Secret: ding dong the witch is dead

And I just I love watching dinosaurs being smacked off the face of the earth by a big old reality-asteroid.  read more

When diversity isn’t so: The ELLE Germany #blackisback issue

And now we’re on it again. With their "Black is back" magazine, ELLE Germany leaves us with more issues than just “the November issue”. It's pretty hard to point out anything they did right, actually. read more

Cubicle: a playground for digital creatives and slowness evangelists

It seems like Cubicle is a front runner in a counter movement of conscious content creators who wants to challenge us. The Whoman Journal sat down with the creator read more

Good Girls Gone Book Clubbing

Så er vi tilbage. Med The Whoman Journals bogklub, hvor vi læser bøgerne, så du ikke behøver gøre det. Men det synes vi nu alligevel, du skal read more

Eloho Ejeme on combining beauty on fleek with social activism

The Whoman Journal had a chat with beauty influencer and social activist Eloho Ejeme about blackfishing and issues facing women of color in the industry read more

Good girls gone book clubbing

Good Girls Gone Book Clubbing

Sådan bliver du feminist på internettet

Og så var der The Whoman Journal

Når kvinder er uperfekte på tv, skal de helst have noget, der vejer op for deres fejl. Heldigvis er der flere og flere eksempler på kvinder, der er bedøvende ligeglade

Ingen gider se på en kvinde, der er doven og uambitiøs – især ikke på tv