Despite the blizzard-torn streets of New York, fashion week started off with a dynamite detonation that shook us all the way down here in Winston-Salem. The effect would ripple throughout the week, with designers showcasing their creativity and redefining the language of fashion. Below are twenty-six of our favorite February runway moments. A is
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With temperatures near freezing, it is easy to sacrifice style for warmth and end up looking like a marshmallow. However, fashion and utility can finally be synonymous with one another. Puffer Coat The basic of any winter wardrobe is a puffer coat to keep you bundled up amidst frigid temps. Avoid looking shapeless and drab
Winter has finally descended on Winston-Salem. Three Wake students, Maddie Dickens and sister duo Alma and Candelaria Penate, showcase their favorite unique winter styles at Reynolda House and Reynolda Gardens. Photos by WFU Style photographer Phillip Yurchenko, assisted by Julia Sawchak and Katie Dickens.
Chiuri, wearing the classic black Dior suit, stares lovingly at one of the show’s creations before admitting she “wants it for [herself].” As the house’s first female creative director, Maria in a sense, has the natural ability to connect with the women who will wear her clothes. Her graphic tees splattered all over the nation
I’ve always been a rule follower. I’ve stuck to what I’ve been told to do, and I’ve seldom questioned other (methods or ways of doing things). This has applied to my wardrobe as well. I was taught at a young age what to and not to wear. God forbid I dare to wear white jeans