The Students for the Environment (S4E) club hosted their second flea market of the year on Oct. 6. Founded in the 1970s, S4E is the oldest environmental RSO on campus whose mission is to educate the university community about how to protect and promote the environment.
The university’s Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies hosted a panel discussion on the importance of Black couturier, Ann Lowe. Lowe struggled to receive public acknowledgment during her time as a designer in 1950s America because of her race. Panelists broke down her legacy and impact on the fashion industry.
From the quintessential all-American designer Ralph Lauren to the breath of fresh air that is Sarah Staudinger, the runways of New York recently found themselves captivated by timeless charm and vintage flair. Staff Reporter Alexandra Millman takes a look into New York Fashion Week’s Spring 2024 collections.
Staff Reporter Tess Williams discusses fashion on campus and its connections to global changes in the fashion industry. The growth of knock-off brands and fast fashion present new challenges with branding and conflicts between new and old cultural norms.
UDress members celebrated their fall magazine release with their Fall Fashion Event on Dec. 3. Members reflected on their time working on the fall issue and the show and discussed the uniqueness of UDress.
Staff Reporter Tess Williams explores the fast fashion industry and its impacts on the environment, society and the economy. Kelly Cobb and Nokyeon Kim, experts on fashion sustainability, provide insight on these topics and share their personal experiences.