Guest columnist Taylor Farnsworth argues that Main Campus winter styles need an upgrade.
Former chair has worn many hats in her time in the theater department.
The RAW Awards will showcase design talent in Philadelphia, with winners advancing to compete on a national level.
Eyeglasses company Warby Parker visits Philadelphia on its “class trip” with an education-oriented showroom at various locations throughout the city.
Robinson Urban Thrift closed its doors last January, but reopened Oct. 17 with a new look and a new drive to succeed.
October events represent the exposure of the LGBT community. In narrative form, Brandon Baker explores the ‘makeup’ of the city’s drag culture.
Bettie Page opened a store on Walnut Street featuring ‘50s pin-up clothing.
Fashion photographer Scott Schuman and blogger Garance Doré hosted a book signing at the Barnes Foundation for Schuman’s book, “The Sartorialist: Closer,” on Oct. 13.
Guest Columnist Indira Jimenez explores Philly thrift-store options.
As a kickoff to National Coming Out Week, the Gayborhood played home to the 22nd annual Outfest on Oct. 7.