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Professor’s tips for merchandising and marketing

Colleen Young, Associate Culture Editor

May 7, 2014

Teaching students about the textile industry is this professor’s trait. With 34 years of teaching experience, Liza Abraham, an assistant professor of fashion and textile technology, has seen the industry change across the globe. “I...

Style 101: Workplace attire for young professionals

Andrea Chevalier, Social Media Coordinator

May 7, 2014

Calling all soon-to-be college graduates entering the workforce! Yes, leggings, yoga pants, or even jeans are the most comfortable pieces of clothing out there – but before landing that new job, it might be time to rethink your...

Beauty dupes deliver afforable options, don’t break the bank

Lucy Lopez, Social Media Coordinator

May 7, 2014

If you’re a makeup guru, you know this is a hobby that can start to put a dent in your piggy bank. But, there’s a way to be a beauty on a budget. With a little bit of research, you can find pretty close “dupes” for...

The new queen bee doesn’t lie about fashion

Lucy Lopez, Reporter

February 26, 2014

The era of Gossip Girl was one of unmatched style. From Blair Waldorf's trademark headbands and curls to Chuck Bass's pastel suits, the GG costume designers reigned the television fashion world. That was until Pretty Little Li...

Innovation the name of the game at Chinese fashion exhibit in Technology Building

Kaitlin Russo, Reporter

September 18, 2013

The third floor of the new Technology Building on campus bore witness to a new chapter in couture. Chinese fashion designer Shao Fang and textile designer Shen Li opened their new collections there Thursday. In an “East meets...

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