“This new minor offers students the opportunity to explore the world of fashion,” said Italian professor Laura Salsini. “The minor will give them a strong linguistic foundation so that they can work or study abroad.”
It seemed like social media had always been trying to bring us down and worsen our already abundant insecurities, however, this new trend has restored what social media should be: a place where everyone feels loved and accepted.
Nowadays, it seems like bigger is better: gigantic iPhones, extravagant mansions, and jumbo-sized iced coffees (we’re looking at you, Starbucks). However, a new trend taking over the fashion world is proving just the opposite. Tiny, and oftentimes impractical, handbags are the industry’s chicest accessory right now, with models and influencers alike sporting the look.
The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated many restrictions on large gatherings, so revamped online live streams and videos have been the main source of information for post-coronavirus ‘spectators.’ Still, the shows went on.
One great thing about thrifting is that people donate their new or used items if they don’t want them. This cycle of donating clothing and buying used items goes against the fast fashion cycle, making the fashion industry a little more sustainable.