Tag: Fashion

Kanye West brings much-needed diversity to runway fashion
Opinion

Kanye West brings much-needed diversity to runway fashion

Like Hollywood, the fashion industry is scrutinized for being “white-washed.” Legions of Caucasian women strut down runways across the world, with just a few women of color dotting the landscape. According to TheFashionSpot.com, 80 percent of runway models in 2015 were white. While more models of color have been opening and closing major shows, white…

Fake fall weather with fashion
Edge, Fashion

Fake fall weather with fashion

A Miami fall is more like an extension of summer than a separate season. While you might want to get your pumpkin spice latte iced, you don’t have to opt out of fall fashion. The UM campus, a virtual university-sized runway, is teeming with fall looks tweaked for the heat. Upgrading your hot weather wardrobe…

Take pride in classroom attire
Opinion

Take pride in classroom attire

The closer we get to graduation, the more important it is to prepare ourselves for adulthood and the real world. And that means dressing the part. Especially for students who have left a high school with a uniform policy, college is a time to explore new things and dress to express personal style. But the…

Don’t fall short this season
Blogs

Don’t fall short this season

Although the leaves may not turn orange and glide through the air as they drop from the trees, we still have autumn here in Miami… right? I guess you could say our version of fall is just a little different than what the rest of the world may anticipate from the “colorful” season. Here, the…

Opinion

Dress for success in the classroom

Despite what you are about to read, I promise I am not an annoying goody-goody looking to earn points with anyone. I was not that kid in elementary school that raised her hand when asked who wanted a uniform policy. I’m just a student with eyes; eyes that often blink in disbelief at the absurd…

News

Launch Pad initiative targets start-up companies

In 2008, The Launch Pad opened its doors at the University of Miami with the goal to facilitate students’ business endeavors. Four years later, the Pad has gone viral. The Launch Pad has collaborated with public and private sectors, which include the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Miami-Dade County, to create the Tech Accelerator….

Changing it up for winter weather
Edge

Changing it up for winter weather

As we say our goodbyes to October and welcome November, it’s time to start thinking of changing up our wardrobe. It’s that inevitable time of the year when our mornings are comprised of a chill, requiring a jacket, turtle neck, jeans, boots and scarf – well, this may be a bit of an exaggeration –…

Edge

Funky fall trends

As fall approaches, we start to notice changes in fashion with various summer trends continuing through the fall. Feather and glitter hair extensions, daring makeup and funky manicures are all the rage this season. Sometimes a girl needs to make a drastic change to her look. Although changing your hair color might be the ideal…

Fashion forward
Edge

Fashion forward

  As the fall and winter seasons approach, you’ll remember that nothing really changes in Miami. Lucky for us, the little variation in Miami weather means one thing: very little variation in our wardrobes, which is great for college students on a budget. Though most cities tend to vary their fashion as seasons come and…

Opinion

Many dangers come with ‘buying under the influence’

I recently came across a phrase that has been unable to leave my mind: “Buying under the influence.” We have all been schooled on  driving under the influence, but are we aware of the real dangers of buying under the influence? This secret hazard to the women of society should have a penalty, but who…

Spring’s most heated trends
Edge

Spring’s most heated trends

With the return of Miami’s infamous heat, students at the University of Miami are beginning to sizzle with exciting accessories and daring footwear in March… but others are still left out in the cold, unaware of this month’s latest trends. Read on to learn the secrets of comfortable shoes, flats gone horribly wrong, mysteriously alluring pants and jewelry glitz.

Edge

NY Fashion Week wrap-up

This week, new fall runway trends swept the streets of New York City and, like after any windstorm, fashion followers were left to pick up the bits and pieces of last season’s style left in its wake. Here’s what to look out for this coming fall: (All kinds of) Trim – Fur. Lace. Even velvet…

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