Designer Profile: Liam Nenortas and TJ Riley of Joke MFG

By: Cameron Rubner If you keep up with popular rap artist Juice Wrld’s social media, you might’ve seen him rocking a tie-dye t-shirt featuring a smiley face with stars for eyes at one of his concerts. That piece was made by Joke MFG, a local brand, and brainchild of Phoenix native, Liam Nenortas. Joke MFG […]

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From Hashtags to Monograms: The Journey of Virgil Abloh

By: Jack Wu Within the last five years, the world of fashion has been greatly influenced by streetwear icon turned luxury mogul, Virgil Abloh. Abloh’s story begins in 2009, where he interned at Fendi with hip hop legend Kanye West.    West had just collaborated with Louis Vuitton and came out with the highly coveted […]

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Different genres to bring diverse fashion at the upcoming Phoenix Lights Festival

By Megan Barbera The Phoenix lights festival is approaching, bringing together fans of all different types of artists and music. Music festivals are a calling for fashion lovers to bring out their best outfits, and often times, fans of certain artists hold a distinct style, influenced by their icon of choice. The headliners of Phoenix Lights […]

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Denim on Denim: A Lookbook

By Selene Hinojosa Pairing denim with denim is a look that has recently made a comeback, and when done correctly—it’s to die for. Here are a couple of must-wear fits to show you that you can easily pull off this scary trend.  A True 90’s Babe Nail that 90’s retro look by sticking with light-wash denim. […]

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10 Halloween Costumes You Already Have in Your Closet

By Alexandra Cook Halloween brings fun parties and creative costumes, but figuring out that perfect costume can be stressful. Here are 10 costumes that you already have in your closet! Decades for Days Create multiple costumes just by going through the decade. Start with the greasers from the 50’s, hippies from the 60’s and 70’s, […]

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Step Up Supreme – Women Rock Streetwear Now

By Marisa Pieper Streetwear style used to be a man’s game. From Thrasher to Supreme, the clothes that ruled skate parks and the heart of concrete jungles like New York and L.A. were made for and advertised to men. Women weren’t really included in the style or expected to wear it. Now, in 2017, those […]

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