How to DIY in Confidence

By Jessica Barr If spending my last semester confined to the home I grew up in has taught me anything about myself, it’s how desperately structured of a person I am. Laziness tempts me just as much as the next person; but with an internship, job and physical classes to attend, well, there were too … Continue reading How to DIY in Confidence

History of Fashion: The Tiny Purse… oh, and Pockets

By Jessica Barr Although introduced into women’s wear long before Jacquemus first introduced the ‘Le Chiquito’ bag during his Fall Ready-to-Wear collection, the two models adorned with the accessory sparked a tiny purse to become an overwhelming trend. Practically, the tiny purse doesn’t make much sense. With phones getting bigger, why sport an accessory made … Continue reading History of Fashion: The Tiny Purse… oh, and Pockets

Made in the U.S.A: American-based Clothing Companies that Combat Fast Fashion

By Nadine Cafaro After you carelessly rummage through your closet in frustration and hop in your car after claiming you have nothing to wear, you probably end up at your nearest shopping mall. The first store you see is Forever 21, a store with trendy clothing and cheap price tags. Maybe next you’ll go to … Continue reading Made in the U.S.A: American-based Clothing Companies that Combat Fast Fashion

Sitting Down with Culture Seven’s Jack Tyndall: How a Local Brand Meshes Art, Apparel and Creativity with Charities and Giving Back

By Cloey Callahan If you haven’t heard of Culture Seven yet, listen up; it might just be your new favorite local DIY brand. Culture Seven is based out of Brewster, New York and co-founded by Jack Tyndall, Kevin Salguero and Jason McNamara. What started out as a love for art and creating turned into something … Continue reading Sitting Down with Culture Seven’s Jack Tyndall: How a Local Brand Meshes Art, Apparel and Creativity with Charities and Giving Back

2020 New York Fashion Week: Trending Now

By Nadine Cafaro Fashion: A word easily comprehensible, but broadened into revolutionary trends followed by wide arrays of people. From turtlenecks to platform boots, fashion is changing at a rapid pace—and New York Fashion Week is a key place to watch it transform.  Marc Jacobs/Gloves (shutterstock) For New York Fashion Week this year, the idea … Continue reading 2020 New York Fashion Week: Trending Now