Pop Culture Columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 analyzes how the pandemic has pushed consumers away from luxury fashion brands and caused celebrities to be “canceled” because of insensitive displays of wealth.
Fashion trends among the students of the Claremont Colleges include Birkenstocks, high-waisted shorts and distressed jeans
Orange National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) jumpsuits, 1920s sequin dresses, and red cowboy boots are some of the gems you can find
It is certainly difficult to mitigate the contest between the pitfalls of consumerism and an interest in fashion. Clothing, after all, is a wearable
“My style is just me.” Fashion is a malleable outlet through which people are allowed to express themselves. In this column, I set
This week, I sat down with artist and designer Senqué Little-Poole PO ’19. Senqué is a member of the art collective Adisa Studios, which is hosting
This week, I sat down with Ellie Abrams PO ’17, designer of bean.works. Ellie has been embroidering hats, jeans, and tees featuring her artwork.
RUN-DMC with the Adidas. Pharrell with the Bapestas. Kanye West and that pink polo. Musicians have always been, and most likely will always
Art is a product of people’s inherent desire to create something out of feeling. Whether it be painting, sculpture, or fashion, these forms of self-expression
Who wouldn’t conflate Charlie Brown with his iconic yellow zig-zag shirt? For some, fashion is a rather passive presentation of their uniform. However,