This post was updated May 25 at 10:03 p.m.
No longer “Playing Dress Up,” Lauryn Ilasco is “Coming of Age.”
After debuting in 2021 with “Playing Dress Up” – a garment line that explores childhood nostalgia – the second-year undeclared student will be returning to the Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA catwalk with her new collection, “Coming of Age.” Ilasco said since learning to sew a decade ago, she has been teaching herself fashion design by studying the construction of her own store-bought clothes.
This post was updated May 19 at 12:17 p.m.
Reality can be exhausting, and Zeinah is escaping to another world.
Fourth-year art student Quinlan Lewis-Mussa, also known by her stage moniker Zeinah, will be debuting at Spring Sing with an original song.
This post was updated April 27 at 10:27 p.m.
Maya Man is refreshing the tab and building her avatar offline.
Expanding upon her background in computer science and website design, the design media arts graduate student opened her first solo show titled “Secrets From a Girl” at the Broad Art Center on April 19.
This post was updated March 4 at 4:13 p.m.
WACsmash is celebrating performance art and rejecting performative activism.
Blending dance and visual arts, the 2022 WACsmash’s live event will be held Friday and Saturday in Kaufman Hall with the visual arts gallery on view.
When it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Isha Das is listening to her gut feeling.
The second-year psychobiology student said she created “The Brain Food Podcast” in January to provide academic insight into the world of diet culture and fitness.
This post was updated Feb. 10 at 12:28 p.m.
Healing requires self-reflection, and Saya Mosaic is polishing the looking glass.
Second-year psychology student Angela Takagi, also known by her stage name Saya Mosaic, released her debut EP “Looking Glass” on Dec.
Ashli-Ann Ha is piercing the skin of the tattoo industry, dot by dot.
The fourth-year geography and sociology student started out by inking Bruin Plate bananas in 2019, but Ha said she has since honed the vibrant designs she creates using the stick-and-poke technique, a nonelectric method of tattooing that is executed using only a needle and ink.
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