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…
Lilly Boehmer shares the inspiration behind her eclectic style and the importance of self-expression.
Hear ye hear ye, all practitioners of the olden magicks, for guidance in the dark art of fashion fit for the fall.
Students have always been known to put more effort into their first day of school outfits than the rest of the school year. This begs the question of whether or not people will keep up their in-person fashionable outfits, or if they will start to miss the comfort of wearing pajamas to class over Zoom.
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.
Multimedia reporter Alexis Wallman hears from Butler first-year Lenice Bailey and why her fashion style means so much to her.