Any time we put something on our heads, whether it be a headband; hat; or, in my case, a hijab, there is always the slight chance something can go wrong.
A few members of the editorial team agreed to sit down for a little chat so you could get to know them better. Join Sumithri Venketasubramanian, Alex Williams, Julia Rheinberger, Joyce Zhang, Lauretta Flack and Bronte McHenry as they chat about their feminist icons, winter comfort foods, layering and what to expect from soon-to-be-available edition three.
In celebration of the Canberra-based Facebook group “like if ur a cool queer who owns a Gorman raincoat”, its memes and water protection, we asked several cool queers to review their Gorman raincoats (and one lone Driza-Bone).
“I felt invisible and very in the spotlight all at once. I played that memory game in my head.”
A radical ensemble for all you radical feminists.
“It’s not that I want to forget I look queer, but I couldn’t even if I tried.”
“There’s even more to shopping ethically: ideally, we’d not just be buying ethically produced goods, but less clothes altogether.”