Rain or shine, Middle and Upper School math instructor Ms. LuAnne Abercrombie is always distinctly stylish. Her unique thrown-together look of flare pants, cozy sweaters and great layered jewelry create a look all her own. What are your favorite brands? I buy a few “brand name” things but mostly I’m drawn to fashion that takes more »
Students are choosing to glance upon their wrists instead of their mobile phones for the tick of the hour, while finding love for watches once again in new designer styles. Jet-setters who once ditched their wrist watches for the sleek screen of a cell phone are rediscovering their forgotten time keepers. The tables have begun more »
During these hard economic times, the holidays can be a big burden on our wallets. This time of year there’s no escape from spending money on food, gifts, and decorations. Here are some creative gift wrapping tips that won’t cost a dime. For small gifts, some great alternatives to store bought wrapping paper are recycled more »
All That Glitters Looks like pencils aren’t the only things being sharpened this season. Sharpen up your wardrobe with edgy accessories and on-trend floral details.
Would you consider a job in the fashion industry? Probably not, but if I did pursue it, I think designing clothing would be really interesting. Top three favorite stores? The first would be American Apparel because I’m a fan of minimal and I enjoy a lot of their styles. I also like Urban Outfitters but more »
Listen up ladies! And most guys, too! Taking your license photo is something feared by practically everyone. To some, taking their license picture is more traumatic than taking the test itself. From looking at less than magazine worthy licenses from years past, it makes sense to fear the photo. Between the teased hair and “interesting” more »
Sisters Luisa and Fernanda Cameron casually flipped through magazines last summer when they realized that few of them were for their age group—the only prominent magazines for young fashion enthusiasts are “Teen Vogue,” “Cosmo Girl,” and “Seventeen.” Recognizing an opportunity to combine her love of graphic design and style, Luisa, a Laguna Blanca seventh grader, more »