The midterm season is in full swing and in the midst of it all, our normal routines can slip away. One of the first things to go is usually our sense of style, with tight jeans being replaced with sweatpants. But it doesn’t have to be like this.
Fashion has always been a big part of popular culture, but with time and increasing media exposure, it has also become how some people shape their identities. A brand name adds value to whatever product you’re buying beyond what you would use it for.
Today, I am writing and there is actually snow falling outside… and we’re in Vancouver. I think on a day like this, even if I wasn’t sitting here writing this album review, I would still be listening to Nat King Cole’s The Christmas Song.
It’s the new year, so you know what that means — deals, deals, deals. Now I can’t resist a good deal as much as the next person, but I’m finding the affordable accessibility of clothing to be a year-round thing.
I still honestly have no idea how I — a student all the way from Vancouver — managed to weasel my way in and basically get the experience of my life. A few weeks have passed now and it still feels like a dream.
Being immersed in Guo Pei’s world of design, you truly understand her work is a labour of love.
The cherry on top was his freestyle. Let’s face it people, would it really be a Miguel concert without his sexual swagger?