Junior arts administration and art and design major Frances Anderson’s style is youthful, retro and always paired with the perfect accessories.
Fifth-year pharmacy major Nick Taylor dresses with a dash of class and a dash of sass. Photo by Ben Caylor. LEAH OLLIE | STAFF REPORTER | firstname.lastname@example.org College fashion is constantly shifting in order to accommodate function, follow trends in form and reflect the changing nature of the world that students live in. Here on…
Kimberly Beck shares how she keeps her sense of fashion functional and style purposeful for the professional world.
Lilly Boehmer shares the inspiration behind her eclectic style and the importance of self-expression.
Micah Horne is passionate about advertising and marketing which she uses to help promote her clothing brand ASYM.
Often seen around campus sporting her iconic frog hat, Enali shares how she finds her colorful but comfortable wardrobe — and how wearing anything else wouldn’t be true to herself.
“It was definitely this year that I was able to express myself outside of the color of my hair or what I put on my eyes or the earrings or jewelry I wear. It’s nice to be able to put it all together into one big Lenice.”
Butler students and sisters Sarah and Zayna Salih share how their passion for fashion inspired them to start their clothing company, Salih Squared.
From her handmade earrings to her thrifted outfits, Meghan’s sense of style is one that shines through no matter where she is.
The all-black outfits that musicians are required to wear for concerts may seem restrictive, but cellist Katie Stitsworth and vocalist Antony Winfrey prove it is possible for one’s unique twist on fashion to still shine through.