Coffee and coffee shops offer a platform for expression. Whether that’s the latte art within the cup, the cozy atmosphere of the cafe, or the style of the caffiene fanatics sipping their drink, coffee always inspires us to be bold.
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.
I can no longer count on one hand how many times people have asked me where I purchase my outfits, especially within the last two years. My look has become …
Whitney Beckett will be speaking at Duke University’s “The Business of Fashion” conference, which is open and free to all – Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill students included
What makes Capetonian fashion unique? Dissecting the city’s unique aesthetic takes us straight to the trendsetters themselves: local designers and artisans.
Gretchen Wieners can die in peace now that “fetch” has happened — but it wasn’t thanks to her. The fashion industry met with our generation’s love of irony at the perfect intersection to capitalize on the Mean Girl’s catchphrase.
Introducing our newest blog: a weekly column about stumbling through fashion’s trends and understanding why they exist.
As consumers gain more awareness of the world around them, there is an incresaing demand for a more environmentally friendly fashion industry.