Unbutton your shirt a little, throw on a chain, and be the badass villain you've always wanted to be.
Just as we’re shifting the way words are used and perceived, the way we express ourselves is changing, and rapidly
Similar to the five-piece French method, a capsule wardrobe is made up of mostly high-quality basics across each category of apparel.
In the eyes of Generation X, the Millennial Generation is one of excessive privilege and little gratitude. Born in the years between 1982 and 2000, we were born into an age of rapid technological advancement with the worldwide web expanding at our fingertips.
Photography by Carina Allen
Models: Mia Schaumburg and Kathleen Hollien
Styling by Andrea Fernandez and Blythe Brewer
Seeing people like Eleanor Barnes, Visual and Media Arts ‘18, confidently walk down Boylston Street in in a black bucket hat with the word “bitch” in a Barbie-esque font ironically printed on it and head-to-toe monochrome is no longer shocking.
Gap released their “Dress Normal” campaign in fall 2014 appealing to people to “dress like no one’s watching.” Gap states, “Let your actions speak louder than your clothes,” a concept paralleling a simplicity movement that has blossomed recently.
Many times when someone starts a new diet, they think to themselves, “This time it will work! I mean I can control myself, its just food right?” Well, no, it’s more than that.