Fashion Week: Quarantine Style

By: Carlee Gettman If this year has taught us anything, it is how to adapt and the designers and masterminds behind fashion week did just that. The show must go on even if it’s virtual, full of chaos, glamorizes formal sweatsuits and barely includes social interaction. The fashion industry refused to let this usual iconic […]

How Fashion Companies are Defying Unrealistic Beauty Standards

Big name fashion companies are shifting the focus away from unrealistic beauty standards to become more inclusive and representative than ever before. By: Carlee Gettman Since the birth of the fashion industry, companies have either avoided or promoted the apparent elephant in the room. The elephant being the unrealistic beauty standards that flooded the fashion […]

FashiON or FashiOFF: COVID-19 and the Decline of the Fashion Industry

By: Carlee Gettman At the beginning of 2020 the fashion industry was set to have another successful year. Advancements in online shopping, seasonal outfits and next-day shipping were proving to be very beneficial for the industry. It was not until the abrupt nationwide shutdown from the COVID-19 pandemic that many manufacturers experienced a massive decline […]

Young Entrepreneur Helping to Eliminate Homelessness

By Carla Calderon Entrepreneurial Spirit Dylan Sanglay is in his office sorting through clothes. He meticulously logs each item on his phone, deciding which would sell well or be better to give away. Either way, it’s all going to help the homeless. I first met Sanglay at my friends’ basketball game a year ago. He […]