Just a few days ago, possibly the most popular event debuted all over media outlets. From the news, to social media, the annually held MET Gala was something unavoidable by all. The NY Times shared that this gigantic event as “the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute benefit, a black-tie extravaganza held the first Monday in […]Read More The MET Gala: All About the Gals
As racial stereotyping still plays a part in the current society, its no surprise that its prevalent in the fashion industry. Specifically speaking of Asians, Minh-Ha T. Pham explains the idea of how this group of people are associated with cheapness. This derives from many American companies moving manufacturers over to Asia in places like […]Read More Trying to Escape “Cheap”
With the internet and social media being as an economy of women, the influences that women can use on the platform has been stronger than ever. As misogyny is still prevalent in today’s society, females have found a place on the internet, especially social media to restore power and advocate for women. As discussed in […]Read More Can Fashion be Feminist? Can Social Media?
Mediatization: How media has become a central way in changing formations and doings of institutions. With the rise in media in the past few decades, media has infiltrated any and all institution. From fashion to sports to medicine to politics, the existence in media has greatly affected the operations of most if not all organizations. […]Read More Mediatization in Aerie
No matter where we are in the world, one thing we all have in common is that we aren’t ready for summer to be end. As we indulge into our last month of summer, this thought is always on our minds. I have been spending my three months traveling and consuming all the cultures […]Read More #OOTD: How to Dress from NYC to Barcelona to China