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There are no rules regarding plagiarizing style. It’s anarchy. Anybody can take your look.
With fashion week coming to an end, what stands out the most to me, besides the fact that Christopher Kane still sends Crocs onto the runway, are the moments when designers used their prominence to make a statement about human rights, whether subtle or grandiose.
On Jan. 20, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., Donald J. Trump was sworn into office. The Trumps were already a high-profile family, but now they are a political family—no longer just rich and entertaining. With the transition from penthouse to White House, there are new responsibilities. No action, no tweet, and no plagiarized speech goes unnoticed. No outfit does, either.
Fashion has been changing the political and social culture for centuries.
After seeing The Lizzie McGuire Movie in 2003, I was convinced outfit-repeating was a crime.
We need to reduce textile waste. The fashion industry is the source of the problem, but they can also pioneer a solution.
It may seem as though maintenance is slacking when there is only one working washing machine, or there’s a dresser drawer that’s been jammed all day, but Facilities Management has behind-the-scenes protocol and limitations that affect their jobs and, therefore, residence life.