Heels for work, school and even for the clubs. Women on the University of La Verne campus are wearing many high-heeled shoe styles.
Numerous people, including soccer moms, college students and celebrities have decided to rid themselves of the coloring Mother Nature gave them, and instead recreate their own, with the help of salons everywhere.
It is purse time, talking about what’s hot and what’s not at the University of La Verne.
The University of La Verne African American Student Alliance held its third annual fashion show last Friday at the Claremont Inn.
Whether they are artificial or fresh from the garden, flowers are becoming essential to some of today’s hottest hair styles.
With all of the major stressers out there, it is no wonder some students, faculty and staff here feel they must pay a bundle to cure such things like head and body aches, colds, burns and of course, one of the more unsightly bothers of today’s superficial world – yellow teeth.
University of La Verne students have been drawn to the quick and easy teeth-whitening methods advertised on TV.
Vintage is back. Today retro is in, and wardrobes are screaming for that vintage look as the revolving door of the fashion world takes us as far back as the 1920s.
The ’80s were the decade of spandex. While the ’90s, well, were a mix of everything. Now as we enter the millennium, low-rise jeans have become the must have in every young woman’s closet.
Senior Jamila Anderson participated as a model in “Dress for Success,” an event showcasing business attire clothing held Monday night at Steinmart on Foothill Boulevard.