With the Pepperdine campus beginning to reopen and Los Angeles County loosening COVID-19 restrictions, students break out their spring wardrobes. Three stylish Pepperdine students discuss their unique styles, favorite spring trends and their biggest fashion inspirations.
Photo courtesy of Jaxon Burgess A picture speaks a thousand words. Turn that picture into fashion, and it could change the world. Jaxon Burgess, a first-year Pepperdine law student and Seaver alumnus, has always been interested in clothes and making a difference. Drawing inspiration from TOMS shoes founder Blake Mycoskie, Burgess decided he wanted to […]
Photo courtesy of Ooreoluwa Okediji Senior Ooreoluwa Okediji and her family moved to the United States from Nigeria when she was just 15 years old, and her love for her home country remains at the core of her passions. As a political science major, Okediji said she wishes to one day bring political reformation and […]
With the Malibu campus closed and limited places to go, what are students wearing this fall? Three Pepperdine fashionistas dive into their personal style, how it has changed because of COVID-19 and their favorite fall fashion trends.
The fashion industry continues to work through store closures, new consumer interests and innovative advertising in the age of COVID-19. Three Pepperdine students explain the shift in the fashion world as retailers and small business owners attempt to survive and adapt to the change.
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Graduating student Colette Faulkner reflects on her Pepperdine experience as a woman in STEM, her hopes for a career in the fashion industry and her vision for the future of Pepperdine.
Clothing is a means of communicating a message to the world, with color driving the story.