Pop culture columnist Hannah Avalos Pomona ’21 investigates the way social media has hyper-individualized fashion. “A decline in the influence of fashion magazines has prompted an increase in choice when it comes to personal style, which in turn has fostered increased diverse discourse on beauty,” she writes.
In this week’s pop culture column, Hannah Avalos PO ’21 delves into the world of “effortless beauty” cultivated by Glossier’s branding.
In this week’s pop culture column, Hannah Avalos PO ’21 compares her experiences on Reddit and Instagram, claiming that anonymity on Reddit allows users to more authentically connect with others.
Some problems don’t rank highly enough for therapy. For those, there’s always late-night, heartfelt posts on Instagram.
Is it really so awful for a group of mostly female book-lovers to appreciate not just content, but also form?
You may have seen pictures of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms on Instagram. But like most things, infinity needs to be experienced in person.
Social media is often viewed as a place of free and creative expression. It’s not only a liberating force, but a place where one