Doggy Style


  Position #2 Doggy Style Get in touch with your animal side with this rear-entry position perfect for deep penetration. The active partner has full access to the passive partners erogenous zones. This position requires trust and vulnerability and the pay off is definitely worth it.   Leiden is celebrating sex one position at a time. Each fortnight we will be celebrating a different sex position in our sexy new illustration series featuring original artwork by Lexi Keelan.

News Round Up – The Latest News From Around the Interwebs


  Welcome to our weekly news round up where we highlight the news stories that have captured our attention during the past seven days.   Fashion  Business of Fashion CFDA Ponders Radical Reinvention of New York Fashion Week The BoF Team 9/2/18 ‘Proenza Schouler and Rodarte could be heading back to New York, joining Alexander Wang with runway shows in December and June.’ Read More   The Boston Globe Modeling’s glamour hides web of abuse By Jenn Abelson and Sacha Pfeiffer 16/2/18 ‘The fashion industry is built on glamour and allure, but many models, especially the very young, know it… Continue Reading

Lyst


  Lyst is a bit like Farfetch in that it brings together clothes and accessories from multiple stores all in one place. Simply type in ‘Staud bag’ or ‘Gucci Dress’ and up will pop all the places you can buy it from around the interwebs. You can also enjoy curated edits and personalised style recommendations.   Who: Guys and Gals. What: Everything you could ever dream of from any brand you could ever think of. How Much: $$ – $$$$ Why: With over 11,000 designers and stores all in one place, you are sure to find anything you might want.   www.lyst.com.au

This Twitter Bot has got us all Hot and Bothered


  In honour of Valentines day we have found a twitter bot that mashes together romance novel excerpts and dank video game memes. Try sending one to your crush and see what happens. Here are a few of our favourites to get you in the mood. You’re welcome.   For a moment, he wondered what would happen if he leaned down and took those full pink lips for the kiss he’d wanted to give her since day had broken. But before he could act, she whispered, “I can’t rocket jump.”   He wrapped her in his arms, pulling her tightly… Continue Reading

News Round Up – The Latest Fashion News


  Welcome to our weekly news round up where we highlight the news stories that have captured our attention during the past seven days. Seeing as we have been taking a break for the month of January, our first ever news round up is a big one.   Fashion Business of Fashion The Power and Problems of Protest Dressing Alexandra Schulman 12/1/18 ‘From the French Revolution’s tricolour cockades to the all-black outfits worn for the 2018 Golden Globes, the history of change is filled with clothes. Will the international fashion weeks take part?’ Read More   The New York Times… Continue Reading

Woman on Top


  Position #1 Woman on Top In this position the woman is in charge. The pace, the angle, the intensity: it’s all up to her. When on top, a woman’s vulva, clitoris and breasts are all available to be caressed. Being in control is incredibly hot.   Leiden is celebrating sex one position at a time. Each fortnight we will be celebrating a different sex position in our sexy new illustration series featuring original artwork by Lexi Keelan.

Why We Are Taking A Break


  2017 has been a big year for Leiden. We turned one year old in March and to celebrate we launched our first ever print publication, an online store and our very own Book Club. To coincide with Canberra’s annual fashion event FASHFEST in late September we released our second print zine and launched Leiden Podcast, a fortnightly podcast discussing anything and everything with a range of contributors and guests. In November we published our first ever book on ethical and sustainable fashion ‘Building a Conscious Wardrobe‘ at ethical design event Fashionably Numb. And we did all that while continuing… Continue Reading

Our Style Goals for 2018


  The start of a new year presents the perfect opportunity to reflect upon personal style. We asked a few members of team Leiden to share their wardrobe goals for the New Year.   Emma My goals for the year ahead are to: Buy less and make better use of what I already have. Buy better quality, investment pieces and avoid fast fashion. Shop as ethically as possible. Be bolder in my styling and to have as much fun with my clothes as possible. Actually make use of all my accessories and jewellery. Experiment more with my makeup. Go to… Continue Reading