Tuesday, December 10

Mario Conte, co-founder of ThriftCon, said the event will bring over a hundred vendors to sell their used items in a glorified flea market. Alden Kramer, a second-year economics student and owner of the fashion line CAMPBELL&KRAMER, said she found thrifting to be a popular pastime among UCLA students. (Courtesy of Blake Jackson)
Mario Conte, co-founder of ThriftCon, said the event will bring over a hundred vendors to sell their used items in a glorified flea market. Alden Kramer, a second-year economics student and owner of the fashion line CAMPBELL&KRAMER, said she found thrifting to be a popular pastime among UCLA students. (Courtesy of Blake Jackson)

Letty Bassart will dance for six hours in her capstone performance “Some Ways to Continue?”
(Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)
Letty Bassart will dance for six hours in her capstone performance “Some Ways to Continue?”
(Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)

Jana Prikryl read selections from "No Matter" at the Hammer Museum on Thursday night. The collection of poems is infused with deep social and political commentary. (Courtesy of Jana Prikryl)
Jana Prikryl read selections from "No Matter" at the Hammer Museum on Thursday night. The collection of poems is infused with deep social and political commentary. (Courtesy of Jana Prikryl)

Andrew Hean, a UCLA alumnus, is releasing his album “Thankful for Chickens that Don’t Hatch” on Oct. 18. He said the album is largely influenced by his experiences growing up as a Cambodian American as the traditional music helped shaped his identity. (Courtesy of Melanie Taing)
Andrew Hean, a UCLA alumnus, is releasing his album “Thankful for Chickens that Don’t Hatch” on Oct. 18. He said the album is largely influenced by his experiences growing up as a Cambodian American as the traditional music helped shaped his identity. (Courtesy of Melanie Taing)

Third-year Ana Lalezarzadeh (left) stars in "Anne, A New Play" alongside alumna Marnina Schon (right) telling the hypothetical story of what life would be like for Anne Frank had she lived to see the aftermath of the Holocaust. (Courtesy of Michael Lamont)
Third-year Ana Lalezarzadeh (left) stars in "Anne, A New Play" alongside alumna Marnina Schon (right) telling the hypothetical story of what life would be like for Anne Frank had she lived to see the aftermath of the Holocaust. (Courtesy of Michael Lamont)

First-year biology student Sabrina Costa aimed to design a clothing line meant to appeal to students through functionality while incorporating bold touches. Her designs were inspired by the 2018 Met Gala theme, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," and more specifically by Kim Kardashian's shimmery gold dress. The outfits will be featured at the 2019 Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA Runway Show on Thursday. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Functionality grounds glamour in student’s clothing line inspired by Met Gala outfits

Sabrina Costa is bringing fashion from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to Pauley Pavilion. The first-year biology student’s clothing line for the 2019 Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA runway show was inspired by the 2018 Met Gala theme, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” Costa’s collection consists of dresses, skirts and a pair of shorts, with the main source of inspiration being Kim Kardashian’s shimmery gold dress. Read more...

First-year biology student Sabrina Costa aimed to design a clothing line meant to appeal to students through functionality while incorporating bold touches. Her designs were inspired by the 2018 Met Gala theme, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," and more specifically by Kim Kardashian's shimmery gold dress. The outfits will be featured at the 2019 Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA Runway Show on Thursday. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

To avoid misconceptions surrounding childbirth, Carmen Winant said she used intimate photos of women at various points in the birthing process in her collage work “My Birth.” Winant said she wanted to convey the women’s shocking yet beautiful emotions through the her installation. (Courtesy of Luke Stettner)
To avoid misconceptions surrounding childbirth, Carmen Winant said she used intimate photos of women at various points in the birthing process in her collage work “My Birth.” Winant said she wanted to convey the women’s shocking yet beautiful emotions through the her installation. (Courtesy of Luke Stettner)


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