In this week’s pop culture column, Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 critiques the cultural appropriation inherent in popular streetwear and minimalist clothing. She writes, “Expensive streetwear heavily draws from the styles and cultures of low-income communities, making versions that are inaccessible to them despite their heavy influence.”
If you identify as straight, you should think twice before stealing queer fashion trends. You might be guilty of more than you think.
A bubble bath, a vanilla-lavender candle, and a face mask. Or perhaps a yoga class followed by a trip to the nearest Starbucks (what is pumpkin-spice but the purest form of nourishment to the soul?) Ah, yes. Self-care. Notably, self-care dates back to roots more deeply connected to the worlds
You may know Bhad Bhabie, aka viral internet star Danielle Bregoli, as the “cash me outside” girl, but you can now catch her on all international streaming platforms, as her debut album dropped just three days ago. The album, titled “15,” contains 15 songs with features from YG, Lil Yachty,