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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…

DGNERIT: Autumn Siney

An Interview by Rin McNutt For the Student Designer spotlight, I interviewed Autumn Siney, an art student here at IU, about her brand DGNERIT clothing, which features handmade and repurposed clothing and accessories. Firstly, what does fashion mean to you? A: “Fashion is one of the most widely noticeable forms of self-expression. It can be…

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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…

Time with Jameson: Rock and Roll and Style

Article by Paige Venturi Time with Jameson is a local alternative rock band with a musical style referencing 80’s and 90’s punk mixed with raw and emotional lyrics. Just like the juxtaposition of hard rock and soft meaning in their music, the four members of the band have styles that are anything but similar. Nick…

Designer Spotlight: DressedUndressed

An article by Rin McNutt DressedUndressed, the duo comprised of Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato, continues to challenge gender roles in fashion with their Spring 2019 ready-to-wear collection. Their iconic deconstructed trousers once again made an appearance alongside two-buttoned neutral blazers in their edgy take on workwear. On one blazer the words 'YOU ARE PRETTY'…

Think Cool: designs by Joey Krengel

An interview by Connor Rafferty Season Magazine sat down with Think Cool founder Joey Krengel, who started the clothing line when she was a high school senior in Chicago. She has continued to create designs during her time at IU, constantly working on designs or searching for inspiration. An easy brand identifier is the logo,…