Columnist Mark Longacre concludes Hoot Couture with a review of this year in fashion.
Columnist Mark Longacre argues that while bright colors comprise nearly every spring fashion trend, be wary of too much of it.
Even though we barely had a winter, it’s finally spring, and arguably the most exciting season because we shed our heavy, drab winter clothes for the light, bright colors of spring wardrobes.…
The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator comes to fruition after two years of planning, as students work beside established designers.
During the past several years, the Philly fashion scene has blossomed into a thriving organism.…
…Columnist Mark Longacre says websites like Pinterest have become increasingly relevant in college fashion. world.
Being a member of Generation Z means turning to the Internet way before considering a book or magazine.
…According to columnist Mark Longacre, Philly Fashion Week 2012 was a testament to the city’s growing interest in high fashion.
In the fashion world, there’s nothing better than watching bright spring colors dance down a runway.
…Columnist Mark Longacre explains the appropriate attire for any Valentine’s Day excursion.
It’s that time of year again when couples show their affection for each other by buying the biggest box of chocolates possible or the softest teddy bear in existence.
…Columnist argues that humane animal treatment sets some fur sellers apart from others.
Fur better or fur worse, everyone has an opinion on fur.
Some would die to own a black-mink jacket, others would die to splash red paint on it.
On Saturday, Jan. 21, Greek and Life Boutique, located at 2152 N. Broad St., opened its doors for lettered ladies and Greek guys.
Before the grand opening of the Greek and Life Boutique, senior psychology major Courtney Mick said she had to drive more than an hour to Delaware to pick up any clothing representing her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta.…
…Columnist Mark Longacre says that the right attire can make or break a trip to the gym or a workout regimen.
It’s that time of year again.
I don’t mean the beginning of the semester–I don’t think anyone actually cares about that–it’s the time for New Year’s resolutions.
…Columnist Mark Longacre says that Versace’s H&M line undermines the brand’s integrity.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, at 8 a.m., the H&M retail store on Walnut Street opened its doors for the release of the Versace for H&M collaboration.