Let’s get ethicul

Three inspirational University of Brighton graduates are now bringing a new way of shopping to the city, creating an online platform that bridges the...

Sustainable Sex Sells

Illustrated by Massi Marzucco Lingerie and sex-focused fashion can be the final hurdle girdle for conscious consumers but UK brands are engaged in stiff competition to...

Who made your clothes?

Modern slavery is rife in the fashion industry, but as we are becoming more and more aware of the systemic human rights violations across...

Why UBI makes PERFECT SENSE, pandemic or not!

Illustrated by Mike Dicks Universal or Guaranteed Basic Income is not a new concept, many countries around the world have trialled it and variations of...

Why is everyone so F*cking Angry?

Illustrated by Melcher Oosterman Whether you’re shopping, going to the pub or traveling to work, there is now a real and tangible atmosphere of anger...

#YOUMEUSWE

Illustrated by Four Faced Illustrations   Do you remember January 1st 2020? The day you set out all your dreams, expectations and goals for this year...

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A big hello to all Kula Magazine readers. We are Gungho! a sustainable cocktail bar in Brighton, in this article I will be telling...

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Starting out as a humble pop up in Bethnal Green, The Vurger Co have just launched its first restaurant outside of London, here in...

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