In these unprecedented times, students at the University of La Verne have taken matters into their own hands and started businesses to support themselves and pursue their passion projects.
Business on top, lounge wear on the bottom seems to be the new quarantine fashion trend as most classrooms and businesses have switched to online platforms during the coronavirus pandemic – at least according to fashion experts and lay people working virtually.
Common Thread in Claremont remains open during quarantine to help the community by making surgical masks out of their own materials.
For one week in September, where all the designers, seamstresses, makeup artists and models gather together to showcase their hard work, New York calls this fashion week.
Martaveous Holliday, junior communications major, released his own clothing line called Lamar Leon this month.
With less than a week before Halloween, spooky season is creeping up on the University of La Verne, but it appears most students are winging their Halloween costume.
April showers bring May flowers and denim on denim. The warmth of the new spring season is permitting some new spring trends to blossom. Stores like Nordstrom have seen denim and floral prints fly off the shelves this season.
Micky’s Jewelry Studio opened its second location on D Street in downtown La Verne in August 2017. The family owned shop specializes in unique, personalized jewelry for a customer’s need, style and budget.
Misty Levingston, assistant director of multicultural affairs, teamed up with iSlay Naturals to host the event Natural Hair Journeys, Wednesday in room B101 of the Athletics Pavilion.
“You would be prettier if you lost weight,” are words that are contradictory to the newfound body positivity movement. The phrase, found on flyers and newsletters, was used to draw eyes to the #ContagiouslyConfidentULV event on Monday.