The House of Dior: Then & Now

  BY LISA ANTAO Ever since Christian Dior stepped into the fashion world in 1947, inspired by the fresh start in France, post World War II, Dior has been a trendsetter in the fashion industry, even 70 years later. His unforgettable take on women’s fashion was inspired by his love of 18th century paintings, Surrealism and nature. Within 10 years, Dior was already known internationally … Continue reading The House of Dior: Then & Now

The Next Black – A film about the Future of Clothing

MADDY BOOTH The Next Black is a film about the designers, innovators and leaders from around the globe who want to shape the future of the clothing industry. The film explores how we produce clothes, interact with them and how we care for them. Each person interviewed in the film entails a fresh perspective on the future of the clothing industry – all using their … Continue reading The Next Black – A film about the Future of Clothing

A$AP Rocky on Under Armour

NATHAN OLSZEWICKI It’s been almost two months since it was announced that A$AP Rocky will be working with Under Armour. Since then, there hasn’t been any news regarding the partnership, or the plans that are in motion. Before learning about the initiatives of the partnership, I immediately assumed that A$AP Rocky was dumb for partnering with a brand that is unfashionable. I thought it was … Continue reading A$AP Rocky on Under Armour

Not Beauty, Nor Grace

MIRA WILLIAMSON The New York Radical Women were a feminist group aiming for women to reclaim themselves. They held the now famous Miss America Protest in Atlantic City in 1969. They were protesting the problematic female ideal that the pageant promoted. This feminine, beautiful model was seen to oppress everyday women and reinforce their subordination. They marched, handed out pamphlets, and unfurled a banner inside … Continue reading Not Beauty, Nor Grace

Compassionate Consumerism

HAILEY SCHOENFELD Every ethical business has a story. Who they are, what they do, and who they’re doing it for. Many businesses do what they do for the bottom line. They care too much about the profit they pocket at the end of the day. Contrastingly, there are companies out there who believe that the impact they make on the community means something much bigger … Continue reading Compassionate Consumerism