On Sept. 26, 1960, the first-ever televised political debate ushered in the era of celebrity politics. The story is well-known: the debonair and polished
Halloween just passed, and for many of us, so have the slew of conversations surrounding cultural appropriation and political correctness that typically accompany it.
In today’s age of instantaneously available and markedly abundant knowledge and freedom of opinion, it is unsurprising that the internet has been consumed with
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) recently opened an exhibition aptly named “Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear 1715-2015,” focused solely on men’s fashion and
Ashley Graham, a 28-year-old size-16 model, recently graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. As might be expected, there was significant controversy over a
American Vogue first mentioned the word “brassiere” in 1907. Seven years later, Mary Phelps Jacob patented the modern bra, and a century later, the
With New York Fashion Week (NYFW) just behind us and Southern California’s sweet, sunny spring looking us in the face, I thought it might be
The Los Angeles Harptette, a group of four exceptionally talented harpists including Pomona College’s very own harp instructor, Mary Dropkin, performed at Bridges Hall