Preview: Kent Fashion Week

If you couldn’t make it to the Fashion School’s Annual Fashion Show, don’t worry; you’re in luck. From May 4 through May 7, Kent Fashion Week will be in full effect. On May 4, 5 and 6, there will be presentation-style exhibitions held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at

March Madness T-Shirt Craze

On March 11, 2017 the Kent State men’s basketball team beat Akron in the MACC Championship, and they were off to March Madness. As soon as Kent won the game, production started for shirts to be sold the following week. The shirts’ design were created to celebrate the men’s basketball team

Pro Hijab

On Monday, March 6, 2017 Nike unveiled their first Pro Hijab for female muslim athletes. Nike, known for catering to the needs of athletes, created their first ever hijab. The hijab is made of polyester fabric with small holes placed for ventilation. The resilient material of the Pro Hijab allows for

What You Missed at Rock the Runway

Kent State hosted its 13th annual Rock the Runway on March 4, 2017, showcasing the work of 21 fashion students. The event is not only fashion show, but a competition. The theme this year was The Roaring 20s. Each contestant created a collection based on this theme, putting their individual twist

Dress Up For Downs

Nothing to do Friday night? Dress Up for Downs has you covered. Join student organization Dress Up for Downs at their Dine and Donate event at 157 Lounge on Feb. 24. The event is a fundraiser for their annual fashion show held in the fall. The fashion show features models with

ALLELES Design Studio Brings It’s Story to Kent

  The creators of the ALLELES Design Studio told students “You are not designing for your peers; you are designing for your client,” during the Alleles reception and lecture. On Feb. 17, 2017, McCauley Wanner and Ryan Palibroda, co-creators of the Alleles Design Studio, spoke at Kent State University. The event was

(dis)ABLED Beauty Speakers

Dr. Tameka Ellington and Dr. Stacey Lim, the creators of the (dis)ABLED Beauty exhibition at Kent State, have a message when it comes to their work. Since their exhibition of (dis)ABLED Beauty opened on July 29, 2016, Dr. Ellington, a fashion design professor at Kent State, and Dr. Lim, an audiology