Any makeup lover will tell you that beauty YouTubers are go-tos for all things makeup. They inform viewers of the latest trends, offer opinions on new products–both high-end and drugstore, and constantly show how to create beautiful looks. Their videos are addicting, making it difficult to limit oneself to watching just one. Beauty fans all have a select few they subscribe to, over time developing a relationship that feels personal. They have a clear knowledge on the subject and seem to give honest, fair reviews on the makeup they try, earning fans’ trust. The YouTubers have, after all, seemingly tried everything … Continue reading Beauty YouTuber Products: More Than Just Your Typical Celebrity Collaboration
Bound by society’s tendency to police bodies, celebrities find themselves publicly shamed for what they wear—or do not wear—and how much skin they choose to show. But these social prosecutors fail to realize that a woman’s body can be her source of empowerment. Choosing to embrace sexuality does not make women objects. A woman’s sexuality does not have to define her, but instead can make her stronger. Pop culture is revolutionizing the public’s view of the feminist movement. In 2013, Beyoncé sampled Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s speech “We Should All Be Feminists.” Arguably one of the most powerful entertainers of our … Continue reading Yes, You Can Be a Sexually Liberated Feminist
Have the long chilly months left your mani a mess and your feet toe-tally undone? Don’t wait any longer! Fortunately, we have compiled our list of recommended places to get your cuticles cleaned and tips looking popping. Do your fingers … Continue reading Polishes and Nail Spas For Your Spring Mani-Pedi
The See Now Buy Now model is quickly becoming an effective marketing strategy for some designers, yet industry leaders are still unsure about fully embracing the new model. Fashion is built on innovation, but recent talk of changes to the industry model has created two sides of an evolution coin—those in favor of change and those opposed. To better form an opinion about the fashion industry’s future course, it is necessary to understand what changes are taking place and why they are crucial to our time. The traditional fashion calendar has been in place for decades—designers present their collections and … Continue reading See Now Buy Now or See No Buy No?
With so many people trying out their inner fashion blogger on social media, it is easy to miss true talent and individual style among the crowds of Kim Kardashian and her wannabes. Still, many inspiring fashionistas are underrated and deserve more of a following. Here are four Instagrammers/bloggers who you may not know, but nonetheless will want to follow. Steph Mendoza IG, Twitter, Snapchat: @mindofmendoza This self-proclaimed style aficionado embodies the luxury of fashion. Steph Mendoza seamlessly merges New York City street wear and Parisian tailored sophistication, turning out unconventional style creations. His signature piece is a bowler hat so … Continue reading Fill Your Feed With Talented Fashion Bloggers
An unsung NYU uniform is undeniably present and has appeared in varying ways over the years, yet ironically lives in the culture of a student population especially eager to embrace its individuality. The means by which such disparate concepts –a uniform and an emphatic … Continue reading “So NYU”: Stereotypical Style on Campus
Representation in the fashion industry is expanding in unforeseen ways. Last week, IMG—an international modeling agency home to prestigious models including Hailey Baldwin and the Hadid sisters—announced its launch of a plus-size men division called Brawn. The impact of this new division may in fact transcend the world of fashion. IMG revealed Zach Miko as the first model to be signed to the division. The 26 year-old, who was also Target’s first and only plus-size model, stands tall and strong at 6’6” with a 42” waist. While his stats are considered plus-size in the fashion industry, visually Miko has the build of … Continue reading Body Diversity: Now Accepted for Men, Too