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The Student News Site of Kent State University

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The Student News Site of Kent State University

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Art by: Estefany Vasquez

A Decade in Style: The Evolution of Fashion from 2014 to 2024

Grace Clarke February 25, 2024

As we bid farewell to 2023 and adjust to the new year of 2024, it's an opportune moment to cast our gaze back in time and reflect on the significant changes that have unfolded, particularly in the dynamic...

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Art by: Hailey Demchak

The Resurgence of Headphones

Isabella Andrews February 21, 2024

Fashion is a pendulum.    Grunge, Y2K, ‘70s, ‘60s; the list goes on and on. Pulling pieces from parents’ closets, brands emulating vintage clothes and ravaging thrift stores. Trends never...

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Photo Credits: Sam Delima and Kayla Friedman

Pitti Filati: Discovering Italy’s Most Influential Textile Trade Show

Sam Delima February 1, 2024

While Kent State’s fashion students are hard at work in Ohio, 4,000 miles away at the KSU Florence campus, students took a glimpse into the world of knitwear and yarn. This week, the program’s “Study...

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Art by: Natalie Waggoner

Congolese Fashion: Uplifting a Country in Need of Salvation

Sam Delima January 29, 2024

In a world dominated by polarization, we all still ask ourselves the same question every morning– what am I going to wear today? Even those who do not realize it, contribute to the fashion industry,...

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Art by: Abby Wilson

The Hunger Games: A Fashion Utopia

Chloe Robertson January 3, 2024

“The Hunger Games” is known for its dystopian storyline and illustrations of complex relationships with oppression and torment. The Capitol’s luxurious fashion juxtaposes with the districts’ rags,...

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Photographed by Gwendal Cottin

Hair Colors Through The Seasons

Josie Burkhart January 3, 2024

Mushroom brown, natural reds, bronde. We all know about fashion changing throughout the seasons, and so are hair color trends. With fall just passing and winter beginning, the weather is changing, and...

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Photographer: Mukuko Studio

Copenhagen Street Style: Winter Edition

Bella Kistler January 3, 2024

Walking through the streets of Copenhagen presents a style uniquely its own. The Scandinavian influence is hard at work, and it’s no secret that the capital of Denmark is a leader in the fashion world....

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Art by: Mikaela Gomez

Creating Your Own Clothes: Knitwear

Bella Kristler January 3, 2024

Cozy sweaters, hats and scarfs are a staple in most closets during the cold fall and winter months. Most people buy these products from a store, but some have turned towards making their own and have discovered...

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Unsplash, Photographer: Varun Kumar

Taylor Swift Isn’t The Only Reason NFL Stars are Making Headlines

Chloe Robertson January 3, 2024

Most football fans are used to seeing their favorite players dressed in jerseys, game pants and helmets. But as fashion evolves so do these players' pregame outfits, red carpet looks and street style....

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Photographer: Delana Ray

Modista Annual Fashion Show

Fernanda Pasetti Bordin December 4, 2023

On Saturday, Dec. 2, the Modista Fashion Group held its Annual Fashion Show at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Balcony Room, selling over 100 tickets. Modista designers and models received a round of applause...

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Art: Grace Carmen

Thoughtful Thrifting

Jules Zaper December 2, 2023

The rise of fast fashion directly correlates to the overconsumption issue in society today. Fast fashion refers to mass-produced garments that are inexpensive and quickly made to keep up with trends and...

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Art: Reagan Morsman

The Eras Tour Fashion

Fernanda Pasetti Bordin November 15, 2023

After 53 shows in 20 cities, the first leg of the Eras Tour U.S. came to an end on Aug 9. The three-hour and 13-minute set is Taylor Swift's performance of a lifetime. The success of the show was then...

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