Frustrated by the lack of fashionable One Direction merchandise on the market, Boston College senior Angela Jin and fellow fangirl Nishiki Maredia founded the 1950 Collective, an apparel company focused on selling trendy and affordable fandom merchandise.
Founded by three graduates from MIT, the Ministry of Supply fashion-startup provides customers with professional-wear that feels like workout clothes.
Katy Perry, Cee Lo Green, and Jennifer Lopez are among the stars whose red carpet looks that fell miserably flat while Solange Knowles, Lea Michele, and Jidenna redeemed the night’s fashion failures.
Fashion is a perpetual cycle of trends and patterns that embody the feelings of a season. The true test of fashion insight is whether you know when to jump on or off a trend’s moving train.
Some people hate dress codes, others love the guidance they provide. Regardless of where you fall, there are some situations where they come in handy—situations like a protest.
Whether it is breastfeeding in public or modeling topless, a woman’s right to showcase her body is often either celebrated or condemned. Why is this wrong? This question is answered in this week’s Word From Mars.
Despite the differences in the weather they experience, the west coast students at BC are continuing to carry over their unique and characteristic style.
The bohemian clothing retailer recently joined the Chestnut Hill Square community.
It’s a confusing time of year. Sweater weather beckons, but sometimes the sun just doesn’t agree. Embrace it with open arms (and layers).
Kanye West’s presented the second installment to his ‘Kanye West x Adidas’ Yeezy collection in a surprise NYFW show.