Night at the Museum: A Show to Remember
The semi-annual Merchandising Incorporated fashion show has returned to the University of North Texas, taking over the Emerald Ballroom...
Fast fashion, although sometimes tempting, is usually not the most ethical way to go when spicing up your wardrobe. Since it’s the season of giving back, it is more important than ever that we make sure our fashion choices are made from a place of compassion and social
responsibility. One way I have found to revive my wardrobe, without compromising my morals, is by having a style swap with some friends.
GIVING BACK IS THE NEW BLACK
Fashion and earth go hand-in-hand, we wouldn’t have fashion if it wasn’t for enthralling, diverse materials and inspirations provided by mother nature herself. But what was once plentiful, is not so much any more. Serving looks always comes with a price, but should the environment be paying for it?
Multiple movie genres have inspired fashion, but the one that stands out the most is horror. The fashion designers that have shown the largest appreciation of horror in fashion are Alexander McQueen, Thom Browne, and Gareth Pugh. Their devotion to horror inspires other designers to do small homages to horror movies in fashion shows.
As we adapt to this new norm, countless individuals find themselves hooked on the hottest binge-worthy shows. After months of absorbing all Netflix has to offer and lounging around in our favorite comfort clothes, it is time to get your fashion on!