Emma Rygiel | Lifestyle Writer
The powerhouses of retail around the college aged-target market- Zara, Nordstrom and Topshop are known for their allegiance to trends. For us shopaholics out there, this can be used to our advantage.
It’s official, “closing time’’ is just around the corner and students will be waving goodbye to another school year in a short few weeks.
Fashion’s influence is reaching much farther than the silver racks this time. In the words of design John Galliano, “Fashion is above all an art of change.” What once served as filler for the bulky set of drawers sitting in the corner, now serves a much different role- one of influence and of communication.
The battle between print and motion pictures is one near and dear to many. Today, many filmmakers are turning to stories relayed through books as the foundation for their new movie masterpieces.
With temperatures climbing and summer on the way, the urge to get out in the sun is higher than ever.
With spring break and summer just around the corner, clothing for the warmer months is making its way back onto the racks.
Braving the cold winter months in New York City, thousands of fashion icons, eager reporters, celebrities, designer hopefuls and more, flocked the streets for the most awaited week of the dreary months- New York Fashion Week.
Acclaimed Poet L. Lamar Wilson paid a visit to the Plains with a modern message of love, inclusivity and moving forward, all of which were artistically crafted into stanzas and spoken from the heart. Wilson took the podium Thursday Feb.
Yes, you read it right, it may be time to dig out your classic UGG boots from 2010 because their comeback has just begun.
Without football games to pack your weekends, there is more time for weekend trips to mix into your semester.