Is Genderless Fashion The New Norm? Androgyny Is Taking Over The Fashion Scene

By: Walt Campbell Arguably one of the biggest movements in fashion, genderless designs are making their way into mainstream media. Fashion designers are using clothing to speak about gender expression and identity. By dressing men in traditionally feminine styles, and vice-versa, designers are breaking free from gender norms that are so prevalent in our society. […]

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Arizona State University Celebrates Pride Week

By Dominique Ziegler Arizona State University celebrated Pride Week with free events throughout each campus. The week started out on National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11 with the “Out and About Barbecue” on the Downtown Phoenix Campus. The event had free food and games which led to a drag show later that night in […]

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One Size Does Not Fit All – Fashion Month Takes Strides in Diversity

By Davyn Matte A variety of shapes, sizes and colors of clothing is nothing new in the realm of fashion. Yet until the last two or three seasons, that variety did not seem to translate to the models who walked in fashion shows. In the past, the majority of models we would see were Caucasian and […]

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Creating Art with Diverse People – Bahe Photography

By Ajaden Walter Inside a tiny apartment alongside the border of Phoenix and Tempe lays a studio where photographer and filmmaker Harrison J. Bahe achieves his “creative high” by simply doing what he loves to do: taking pictures. A local to the Phoenix area, the 28-year-old photographer is running his own photography website http://www.bahephotography.com, in […]

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