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Letting Go of the “Basic Girl” Stereotype

By Camryn Cole Web Content Contributor It’s the adjective we all have heard at some point in our lives, usually as an insult. I was first described as “basic” by one of my peers when I was 11 years old. I simply loved cartoons, the music from Disney Channel stars, and running outside on the playground. Essentially I was told that my interests were unoriginal at a young age. However, […]

todayJune 20, 2022 143 3 2

A photo of a hand-drawn illustration in a sketchbook. There are two female figures both wearing outfits inspired by fashion from the gilded age of American history. The figure on the left is wearing a peach and light pink gown and the figure on the right is wearing a teal gown.


What Happened to the Met Gala Theme?

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Unless you have been living under a rock, haven't been on social media in the last week or don't follow the latest celebrity news, then you have heard what everyone has had to say about the Met Gala. The Met Gala takes place every first Monday of May (except in 2021) and collects funds for The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. […]

todayMay 11, 2022 121 1

An illustration of several summer items on a bright teal background surrounded by tropical leaves and flowers and a multicolored beach ball. The items clockwise are a green tote bag with a smiley face, a squeeze tube of sunscreen, pink striped flip flops, a yellow tank top with spaghetti straps tied in bows and a pair of pink cat eye sunglasses.


Looking and Feeling Good in Texas Heat

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Anyone that has stepped outside their home in the last couple of weeks can attest that Texas heat is officially here. And for those who have little to no experience with Texas summers, they are no joke. According to KXAN, the average temperature in Austin during July 2021 was 84.1 degrees Fahrenheit, which was actually considered cooler than normal.  Rising temperatures are convenient for […]

todayApril 15, 2022 46 2

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Student Organization of the Month: Fashion Merchandising Association

By Sarah Lins Community Relations Staff Member For the month of March, the KTSW Community Relations department has chosen Texas State’s Fashion Merchandising Association to be the student organization of the month. This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lexi Bauerle, who is the president of the Fashion Merchandising Association here at Texas State. Bauerle is in charge of leading weekly meetings and assisting in all the events that […]

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Dressing Outside the Binary

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager In the early 17th century, the Persian army was not only known for their excellent archery skills on horseback, but they soon became highly regarded for their innovative footwear – high heels. Meanwhile, in Europe, the heel began to evolve into more of a fashion statement rather than a tool for the calvary. The heels became more prestigious as the clientele shifted from […]

todayNovember 10, 2021 26 1

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“There’s a Piece of You in How I Dress”- How Fashion has Become an Integral Part of Harry Styles’ Love on Tour.

By Rachael Gerron Web Content Contributor From the nosebleeds to the pit, the audience at Harry Styles' Love on Tour (HSLOT) is a sea of glittering sequins and colorful boas. If you've seen Styles live or have kept up with his tour on Tik-Tok, you have undoubtedly seen the fashion show that is a Harry Styles concert. I went to the fourth night of the tour in Dallas, and fans […]

todaySeptember 18, 2021 516 2

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Why Are We Obsessed with the ‘70s?

By Paige Greene Web Content Assistant Manager Get ready. People in their twenties are obsessed with the ‘70s again. It seems to be a trend to bring back old decades of fashion, music, fads and more. These old items and trends are resurfacing and more popular than ever, but why? Flared pants, baby tees, halter tops and roller skates are all examples of ‘70s inspired trends that are re-entering the […]

todayApril 17, 2021 2832

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Fashion isn’t for the Lower Class

By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Recently a debate sparked on my twitter timeline that has brought attention to just how much the fashion industry runs on reminding lower-class Americans that they can not afford nice-things and should feel guilty because of that. A $490 dress covered in strawberries from small designer Lirika Matoshi’s online shop is the cause of this conclusion. The dress is beautiful, handmade and has taken over […]

todaySeptember 4, 2020 334

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Ca$h Radio: Episode 13

By Cameron Arnold, Nichole Black, Armando Serrano and Jelyse SwansonCa$h Radio Hosts This week, the Ca$h Radio hosts discuss the economic aspect of the fashion and beauty industry. This weeks episode features a special interview with Connor DeGraffenried, president of the Texas State Fashion Merchandising Association. Featured image via KTSW Multimedia.

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