Many students feel that there is a stereotype for how Pepperdine students dress, but what happens when you do not fit into that mold? Students who dress in alternative styles weigh in on fashion trends on campus and how they fit into it.
Senior Gibson Stump discusses his passion for tennis shoes and how sneakers not only cultivate high fashion but a family connection that hopefully will last generations.
As time goes on and trends come back, young adults are utilizing resale culture, garment creation and trend forecasting to express themselves. LA fashionistas shared their insights on current fashion culture, working retail, styling and more.
Junior Clare Cornelius started her small business selling eco-friendly swimwear in April. Cornelius designs, sews, markets and packages her swimwear by herself and with the intention of being environmentally conscious.
The 2021 Met Gala marked the return of the iconic event after it was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Reporter Addison Whiten lists the best and worst looks of the night, as well as some honorable mentions.
Just an hour away from Pepperdine, Melrose Avenue is a hotspot for students looking for a trendy and cultural place to shop. The street is alive with art, dining, shops and much more.
The Met Gala is known for its lavish, awe-inspiring celebration of fashion, the masterminds behind the works and the people who wear it. This year, however, it seems the gala is going from magnificent fashion to mediocre with a potential guest list that is lowering the fashion bar.
Living a 100% sustainable lifestyle comes at a cost not everyone can afford. It’s time for sustainability snobs to stop making others feel bad for not being able to share in that luxury.
Pepperdine alumna Kendall Ross began knitting when she was 11 years old and has loved it ever since. Ross now designs and sells sweaters, cardigans and knitting patterns via her business, ‘I’d Knit That.’
Second Breath Buttons is a jewelry business that sells hand-made pieces made by Pepperdine’s very own, senior Kara Tyler. Her brand represents supporting sustainability, small businesses and women.