This post was updated Nov. 5 at 7:36 p.m.
Sofia Coppola is taking viewers back to Graceland – but from an unprecedented angle.
Known for her intimate style and narratives illuminating women isolated at the hands of imposing men, Coppola tackles one of the most iconic – and detested – women in all of pop culture history in her latest feature film, “Priscilla.” A figure whose story is as intoxicating as it is alarming, Priscilla Presley’s life has only ever been depicted on screen as a B-plot to Elvis’ – until now.
This post was updated Oct. 8 at 8:20 p.m.
Allison Scott is running a one-woman show over at allisunny designs.
The alumnus-run clothing brand aims to provide sustainable yet trendy designs to consumers seeking to break free of larger corporations such as Urban Outfitters and Zara, Scott said.
From high production, high fashion and high pressure, the FAST models are experiencing it all.
The annual Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA show will feature numerous models coming from vastly different backgrounds related to their experience in fashion, and specifically, modeling.
With a cheerful song and an attitude to match, SWADE hopes the Spring Sing audience will be on its feet all night long.
Composed of fourth-year cognitive science student Jonathan Wan alongside Ray Anderson, Ralph Gibson and Brian Perez, SWADE is making its Spring Sing debut Friday.
This post was updated April 27 at 8:56 p.m.
SAMMAY Peñaflor Dizon is taking spectators on a journey back to their roots.
Dizon’s ritualistic piece “behind the house is the garden” will be showcased by UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance this Thursday and Friday in the Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater.
This post was updated March 6 at 9:10 p.m.
Cherry Pop Records is bursting the bubble of what it means to be a record label.
UCLA’s first student-run record label Cherry Pop Records was founded in October by Aliah Gaoteote, a fourth-year music history and industry student.
This post was updated Feb. 22 at 8:29 p.m.
Conversations of the past are coming alive in the present at “Music and Justice.”
From Feb. 26-28, the Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music will present a collection of talks and concert pieces merging conversations regarding social justice, racism and antisemitism with music.
Televisions will be keeping screens warm this winter.
To escape the gloomy weather, audiences can transport themselves to an array of sunny destinations. From a coastal island to the rock-and-roll scene of glitzy Hollywood, the choices for a blazing hot getaway are endless.
Style and sustainability are being redefined at RefineLA.
Led by fourth-year statistics student and club president Sheridan Ohlinger, RefineLA is a student organization devoted to making environmentally conscious fashion easily available to both UCLA students and the greater Los Angeles area.
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