Amėl Meghraoua

Amėl Meghraoua is a writer and poet. Born in Paris and later raised in the UK, Amėl has graduated with a Masters in Narrative Arts from UCL (London) following a Bachelor's degree in Film and Journalism. Alongside her work as a poet, Amėl has delivered print copy and editorial writing for the likes of Monrowe Magazine in New York and Schön! in London. You can follow her here.

7th January 2021
The Evolution of Fashion: Pearl Edition
Exploring the fashion evolution of nature's art, pearls. Read more
30th June 2020
Fashion Evolution: The Enduring Allure of the Slip Dress
In its minimal form, the slip dress remains an adored garment in the evolution of womenswear. Explore the transformation of this cherished gown. Read more
12th May 2020
The Evolution of The White Shirt
The garment once exclusively reserved for menswear has seen a cultural shift, making the evolution of one of the most classic garments undeniable. Read more
27th October 2020
Miilkiina Presents: The Beauty Evolution of Kohl Eyeliner
Adornment for the eyes, protection from harsh sun rays, and the ultimate beauty statement. Learn about the evolution of kohl eyeliner and its origins. Read more
12th May 2020
Miilkiina Recommends: Films About Self-Discovery and Intimacy
Indulge in these films to temporarily fill the void of human interaction. #StayHome Read more
16th July 2020
Beyond Toro
The Princess Elizabeth of Toro not only took the world by storm through her beauty and grace, but stood up for her country through the power of law. Read more
10th November 2020
The Visionary
Renowned for his realistic depictions of Northern Africa, Jacques Majorelle was a French painter who traveled extensively, notably throughout Morocco. Read more
21st September 2020
Tamila Shchur’s Appreciation of the Female Form in All it’s Glory
With both visual and emotional depth, Tamila Shchur's work is incredibly authentic. Learn about her work and the exhibition she dedicated to her mother. Read more
5th December 2020
Unveiling The Muse
How Algerian artist, Baya Mahieddine, who influenced Picasso, reclaimed the female Arab identity from the grips of orientalism through her work. Read more