What NOT To Do/Say to People With Ethnic Hair

I feel like everyone should know by now that touching or making negative comments about someone else’s hair (especially ethnic hair) is unacceptable. Yet, there are those few stragglers who still don’t know (or maybe they do know) what they’re doing or saying is harmful or just plain annoying. It’s 2018–I hope you’re not doing […]

5 Things I Learned at London Fashion Week Festival 2018

Last night, I went to my first ever fashion show. I am in London for the semester and by some chance I found tickets to attend the London Fashion Week Festival. It was not what I expected, but in the best way possible. High end, yet semi-affordable retailers had pop-up shops set up in two […]

How to Ball on a Budget in the Athens Area

As broke college students, it can be difficult to afford a sandwich without your bank account begging you for mercy. So, as the broke college students that we are, we have to ask ourselves, “how must one ball on a budget?” Out of sheer boredom, yet pure curiosity, we took a spontaneous trip to “New-To-You […]

All About Sustainable Fashion

Discussions about global warming, climate change, and pollution are now happening in our dining halls, our classrooms, and even in crowded bars. For a few years now, the fashion industry especially has come under fire for the constant damage it does to the environment. According to a report by Forbes, the fashion industry is the […]

Workwear Essentials for Internships

So, you’ve finally scored that summer internship! Everyone back home has congratulated you and you’ve already started preparing for your move, but your wardrobe is packed with black leggings and blue jeans. While this might be appropriate attire for early morning classes and drinks on Court Street – it might make a couple of eyes […]

How to Henna

Whether it is a traditional South Asian wedding or the Coachella Music Festival – henna has become one of the most popular forms of body art. These temporary tattoos that are also known as ‘mehendi’ in some cultures are painless brown patterns that last on your body for one to two weeks. “My grandma used […]

How to Style Your Hijab for Class

With the recent celebration of World Hijab Day women across the globe shared what their relationship with their hijab is like on social media. Those who wear it everyday spoke about their experiences and those who wear it sometimes expressed how it made them feel. For women, it is not only a religious or cultural […]