This post was updated May 30 at 8:20 p.m.
At Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual spring runway show Friday night, president and fourth-year psychobiology student Meghan He and vice president and fourth-year linguistics and French and political science student Hector Esparza kicked off the runway with an enthusiastic strut.
This post was updated May 25 at 10:21 p.m.
Asymmetry meets hyperfemininity in Zab Penaloza’s new line.
Driven by the lack of affordable clothing pieces that balance sensuality with geometry, second-year architectural studies student Zab Penaloza said they opted to make them themself, debuting the collection at this year’s Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA spring runway show Friday.
This story was updated May 15 at 10:40 p.m.
In terms of nostalgia, “Senior Year” is making the grade.
The teen flick follows 17-year-old Stephanie Conway (Rebel Wilson) as she cheerleads her way to the top of her high school’s social hierarchy in the early 2000s.
This post was updated April 26 at 10:52 p.m.
In terms of experimentalism, one artist is not playing games.
From Tuesday to Thursday, design media arts graduate student Michael Luo’s solo exhibition will be on display in the Broad Art Center.
There’s no need for psychedelics to take a trip into a world of color.
On Saturday, LA Fashion Week’s audience was invited to participate in the nostalgic LSD-inspired experience that was JimmyPaul’s Fall Winter 2022 collection.
Andrew James creates for the past, the present and, most importantly, the party.
Opening Friday of LA Fashion Week, his debut collection, titled “Variant Mutations,” was a futuristic pop-art explosion characterized by bold prints and untraditional catwalks.
A somber storm set the stage for Puey Quiñones’ fashion week debut.
On Friday, designers and fashionphiles alike gathered in Downtown Los Angeles’ Petersen Automotive Museum and were privy to LA Fashion Week’s trend forecasts.
This post was updated April 4 at 1:54 p.m.
The final touch for every show is at designers’ fingertips.
As the lead nail artist for all three nights of LA Fashion Week 2022, U.K.-based Helena Marimon planned or painted the finishing touches of each look to cross the runway.
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