Dior recently opened a pop-up café on the third-floor terrace of their women’s boutique in the heart of the Miami Design District. The Dior Café follows the tradition originally implemented by Christian Dior to intertwine entertainment, art and design.
The North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh is currently hosting a fall exhibition, The Beyond: Georgia O’Keeffe and Contemporary Art, featuring American modernist Georgia O’Keeffe and many other emerging …
Tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is known for its rich art scene and historical architecture, as well as its vibrant array of restaurants and coffee-shops. Read on to check out some of my favorite spots.
Alexa Cardoso will be traveling to Australia next spring for study abroad and like many others, must prepare to leave Chapel Hill.
The Flourish Market in Raleigh, NC arranges a relationship between women artisans in developing and underserved nations by selling their handmade, on-trend clothing and jewelry, in turn providing these women fair and sustainable wages as well as social programs to support them.
Buying clothes from thrift shops and re-creating them into something completely new is all the rage now a days. But, when did this idea of “recycled fashion” start?
Nikki Reed’s new fashion and cosmetics line, Bayou With Love, is a refreshing take on the eco-friendly possibilities the industry can adopt moving forward.
What makes Capetonian fashion unique? Dissecting the city’s unique aesthetic takes us straight to the trendsetters themselves: local designers and artisans.