As consumers gain more awareness of the world around them, there is an incresaing demand for a more environmentally friendly fashion industry.
Even on a gloomy, snowy Friday, the city of Concord, N.C., is bustling with people. Behind a QT gas station and nestled in a small shopping center on the outskirts of the city, there is a little boutique called EmLeigh’s and Mama B’s.
My life is a never-ending search for the perfect pair of flats, and while I’ve found some pretty comfortable pairs here and there, my feet had never felt the bliss that is Margaux – until last week.
Each week our team roams the streets to find locals wearing styles we appreciate. Here are some of our favorites.
Lisa N. Hoang is currently a junior in fashion textile design with a concentration in fashion design at NC State University. Outside of school she holds the Assistant Designer position at Cheryl King Couture and she can often be found creating custom clothing for clients.
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Myths hide everywhere. They live in storybooks, defy reality in action movies and thrive through word-of-mouth. The last place you may suspect one to be lurking? In your very own wardrobe. In fact, the way we dress ourselves is sometimes dictated by fashion misconceptions, the most widespread of which we’ll discuss below.