The Esports Stadium Arlington welcomed food enthusiasts, car-lovers, anime-watchers, and cosplay fans to Nishi Fest, an Asian pop culture festival.
SMU’s Women and LGBT Center is collecting gently used clothing for LGBT students to try out new pieces in their wardrobes without judgement.
The trendy pop-up clothing store had students buzzing at The Flagpole earlier this week.
IN THIS SMU LOOK STYLE REPORT, Maggie Borders hits the boulevard to ask students about opposite gender styles. Take a look!
IN THIS SMU LOOK STYLE REPORT, Ali Mikles shows us a freshman closet and check out some male fashion trends. Take a look!
Talented and fashionable SMU student Meredith Welborn describes her life as a blogger, student, and Senior Editor SMU Look magazine.
Right now, I’m a college sophomore. I started off as a fashion tech major because I like fashion and I’m interested in the industry. However, in my major, I’ve learned that fashion uses a ton of waste: water waste, soil waste, and animal waste. It’s really crazy. Now I’ve learned a lot about the systems of fashion, but oddly enough, they don’t really teach us what we can do in order to cut down on waste ourselves and be more ethical with what we buy off the rack. I’ve been researching a little bit, but I am really interested in learning more about what I can do to buy ethical clothing. After all, if I’m going to work in the industry, I should practice what I preach!
Balling on a budget? Here are 5 shops in Dallas to check out: Pitaya Located on McKinney Avenue, Pitaya is a clothing and accessory store home to trendy, fashionable women’s … Read More
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From New York to Paris, here are some of the top shows from Menswear Fall 2018.