Articles by Krystal Richmond
Nov. 4, 2016
In her bag: Annie Lefever
Annie Lefever is a junior design and merchandising major with a super busy schedule. She recently picked up a minor in sociology and switched from her everyday carryall handbag to an acid wash Jansport backpack with a lot of character to accommodate for the extra textbooks she now has to carry on a daily basis. Inside her pin-decorated backpack, she carries a ton of essentials to get her through the day.
Nov. 4, 2016
Walking the thin line between music artist and fashion designer
With Fashion Week well in the books, there’s one thing we were reminded of: the line between musician and designer is becoming increasingly thin. Whether artists are selling clothing through their own online store, opening up pop-up shops in random cities or showcasing their collection at fashion weeks around the world, musicians are expanding their brands by combining music and fashion.
Sep. 27, 2016
Drexel Design & Merchandising Majors: what to expect your first year
Now that you’ve made it through your first week as a design and merchandising major, it’s time to look forward to what more you should expect. Of course, all the general struggles of every college student will apply – you will pull more than a couple all-nighters, you will shed a few tears and you will find it difficult to complete some assignments.
Jul. 22, 2016
’90s Trends are making a comeback
Each season there are always a few recurring trends that make everyone go crazy. This summer is no different.
May. 6, 2016
Style Guide: Recurring Trends
When it comes to trends, one thing is for certain: they always come back around. Fashionistas everywhere are feeling nostalgic and buying all the clothes and accessories they wore in middle school. Whether or not you were one to follow the trends when they first became popular, there’s still time to try them out.
Apr. 15, 2016
Mar. 4, 2016
Spring style risks
As we transition into the spring season, there’s no doubt that the weather will leave you confused about what to wear. Judging by the winter we’ve had, we should expect the unexpected and always be prepared. Over spring break, gather these killer pieces to add to your wardrobe. What better time than to try different trends and to take risks than the spring?
Feb. 12, 2016
Models of color on the rise
You can always count on the runways of fashion weeks around the world to deliver drool-worthy beauty in the form of clothes, shoes, accessories and more! As important as the garments are the absolutely stunning models who wear them. Models help bring the designer’s vision to life and make us stare in awe as they stride down the runway. However, as we watch them, it is hard to ignore one fact: models of color are seriously missing.
Jan. 22, 2016
Style Guide: Winter Boots
Thanks to the dropping temperatures and the snow in the upcoming weather forecast, it’s finally beginning to feel like wintertime. The best way to enjoy this brutal but long-awaited weather is to be prepared by dressing appropriately. Be prepared to bundle up in many layers and to wrap yourself in the thickest scarf you own. However you chose to attack the weather, your shoes may be the most important piece to consider.
Dec. 4, 2015
New Year’s Eve Shoe Guide
The holidays would be incomplete without a schedule full of festive events. In the same way, an outfit is incomplete without a great pair of shoes! The grand finale of the season is—without a doubt—the most important, outfit wise. It’s almost impossible to not get in the party vibe when surrounded by the glitz and glam of New Year’s Eve. Whether you choose to keep it simple with a small gathering of close family and friends, or go all out with a grand affair, your shoes must be able to keep up. No one wants to be that girl who has to take her shoes off halfway through the party.