By: Lauren Bukoskey Esteban Osuna almost did not walk at his high school graduation because he could not afford his cap and gown. Now he is designing his own clothes. Funny enough, that is the last profession he thought he would go into despite all the success he now has. Osuna, the Tucson native and … More Esteban Osuna: Tucson Native Taking the Red Carpet
By Megan Barbera Music festivals give attendees the freedom to be experimental with their looks. A weekend in the desert packed with music calls for less clothing and out of the ordinary outfits. The Phoenix Lights Festival on April 6 and 7 saw outfits that were bold, loud and extremely creative. Here is a handful of … More The Best Looks of Phoenix Lights Festival 2018
By Lauren Bukoskey This month, Taylor Mac is taking on a feat that seems unimaginable: to explain 24 decades of American history with 24 costumes. On April 7, ASU Gammage is hosting this fabulous show. Even with all that ground to cover, costume designer Machine Dazzle doesn’t bat an eyelash. “Perfection is for assholes,” Dazzle said. And with … More Taylor Mac: A 24-Hour Decade History of Popular Music Abridged to be at ASU Gammage
Hear what students have to say about how black style icons inspire their daily looks. … More Tribute to Black Style Icons: A Lookbook
By Davyn Matte I have to thank Pretty Little Liars for thrusting Ashley Benson into the spotlight. Her character Hanna Marin may ooze with rich-girl style in her designer clothes, but in real-life Benson is edgy and laid-back in her style. You’ll typically see her in beanies and be sporting a graphic-tee. This type of … More Style Steal: Ashley Benson
By Alyssa Ruiz Imagine trying to secure your dream job. The hours spent polishing your resume and asking your colleagues to review every word–then getting the long-awaited callback. You think the job is in the bag, but here is why the interview is just as, if not, more important, to impress your future employers. “Some … More The Style Guide to a Memorable Job Interview
By Camden Cook Individuals growing up in the twenty–first century are inundated with information from the mass media. It’s impossible to dispute that we are greatly influenced by the ongoing stream of content presented to consumers, a large portion of which subliminally establishes unattainable standards. The media places a great deal of value on the … More A Reflection: Who Defines Beauty?