The cruelty-free movement may begun in the 80s, but the same sentiment lives on today with fashion houses denouncing cruelty clothing. Learn more about the history of the cruelty-free movement, brands that have rejected animal-sourced material and the modern alternatives adopted by designers.
Shopping proves difficult when stores don't offer clothing options for bigger sizes. The trials and tribulations of being a plus-size girl that loves fashion even though the fashion industry doesn't seem to acknowledge the existence of plus-size women are catalogged in this story.
Status: The Cartier Experience and the Coulture Issue 5 launch party was a celebration complete with blingy tiaras, a chocolate fountain, and lots of red velvet. The night honored the impact Cartier has made on the 21st century and highlighted the UNC Workroom and Coulture's hard work this past semester.
You may already know Shea Rush as the sophomore forward for UNC Chapel Hill's basketball team. But did you know that in addition to his talent for basketball, Shea Rush has a passion for designing and creating hats?
The Flourish Market in Raleigh, NC arranges a relationship between women artisans in developing and underserved nations by selling their handmade, on-trend clothing and jewelry, in turn providing these women fair and sustainable wages as well as social programs to support them.
Coffee and coffee shops offer a platform for expression. Whether that's the latte art within the cup, the cozy atmosphere of the cafe, or the style of the caffiene fanatics sipping their drink, coffee always inspires us to be bold.
Gretchen Wieners can die in peace now that "fetch" has happened — but it wasn't thanks to her. The fashion industry met with our generation's love of irony at the perfect intersection to capitalize on the Mean Girl's catchphrase.