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The Future of Fashion: ADAPTIVE and INCLUSIVE

Article by Kennedy Keown. Like all fashion enthusiasts and stylists alike, Mindy Scheier – a fashion designer and mother of a child with a disability – had a dream and a mission. In the beginning of her career, she wanted to be “the next Betsey Johnson, a global brand, the next major designer to hit…

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The Side Hustle

Image from The Side Hustle's Facebook page Article by Abe Plaut (Instagram: @abeplaut) “I love RnB, hip-hop, anything and everything Black music” said Jared Griffin, lead vocalist of Bloomington-based band The Side Hustle. That love of Black music was plain to see for everyone in the crowd that gathered for their first headlining show at…

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Your Red Dress could be My Blue Dress: How different types of light affects how we view colors

Article by Charlize Tan-Lim. We all see color in objects differently, which depends on the mix of light frequencies that reach the human eye. Light is made up of different wavelengths that coordinate with specific colors, and the color we see is a result of the wavelengths reflected or transmitted back to our eyes. Different…

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The Mules I Wish I had in My Closet

Article by Mackie Schroeter Mules are back and I am so here for it! This 90s trend has been dominating the shoe scene throughout 2019, and they aren’t going away anytime soon. You can find mules in every color, design, heel height, and price range - which makes them wearable with any outfit and any…

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Move over Euphoria, the Newest Facial Trend is Bejeweling

Article by Paige Venturi With NYFW wrapping up throughout the week, I would like to highlight one of my favorite shows from a lesser known designer: Area. Founded in New York in 2014, the line focuses on womenswear that represents a blank canvas and accessories that do all the talking. The two founders, Beckett Fogg…

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Stage Lights and Streetlights

Article by Abe Plaut. Dexter Clardy, IU graduate, Soul Revue veteran and lead singer of Bloomington based Huckleberry Funk, oozes in individuality and a swagger of his own. With a style self-described as “daringly weird,” he is unafraid to take risks and go against the status quo with his wardrobe, both on-and-off the stage. “I…

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HBO: Leading Characters and Leading Looks

Article and too much TV watching by Paige Venturi Nothing is new about HBO and its relevance in the TV world. We all either got hooked on Game of Thrones way back in 2011 or jumped on the bandwagon with this last season, but who didn't been following the twists and turns of Big Little…

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5 Pieces I’m Shopping for Back-to-School

Suggestions by Mackie Schroeter Hey there! My name is Mackie Schroeter, and I'm a stylist for SEASON. I'm super excited to be writing here! In SEASON, you can find me pulling clothes at local stores, helping get models ready on photoshoot days, jumping into the frame to make sure that dress is laying jusssst right,…

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90’s Fashion is Back For All of Us Who Only Lived 2 Years in the Decade

Article by Paige Venturi Everything that goes around comes back around, we all know this. Fashion is not excluded. Every decade of fashion has its own pivotal pieces that scream "Yes, those bell-bottom jeans are so 70's and they do make your ass look great," or "Wow, look at you in that full 80's tracksuit…

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The Cowboy Boot Trend: Indiana to NYC

Neutral Chaos provided by Paige Venturi I don't know who, what, when, or where it started-- and I don't think I need to know-- but the hottest boot trend of 2019 is... The Cowboy Boot. As a girl who is a born and raised Hoosier that spurns any and every association with Indiana and being…

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Fall 2019 Couture: Who to Watch

Article by Paige Venturi It's that time again folks. Break out your best Miranda Priestly impressions because it's Fall Haute Couture runway show season in Paris. And these shows might just be ... groundbreaking. The week is almost over, so here's my take on who wore the boots and who called Cerulean "blue." Just Kill…

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“When You’re Born Camp:” A Talk with Billy Porter

Article by Paige Venturi Throughout the summer, Sunday at The Met holds events and talks in conjunction to current exhibits being displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on New York City's upper East side. I had the honor of attending a talk this past Sunday from the one-and-only Billy Porter: actor, singer, Tony/Grammy award…

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Counter-Culture in Fashion: What it is and Where to Find it Today

Article by Paige Venturi In the world of fashion today, no trend is new. They’re all simply forgotten. Shoulder pads, neon colors, and athleisure scream of the ‘80’s while lace bibs and flouncing silhouettes seen on the runway this season reference as far back as the 1800’s. This recycling of trends follows James Laver’s Law…