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Story and photos by Laklyn May / Contributing Writer On Friday night, Creative Movements hosted a fashion show at the Bradley Academy Museum. The event included not only unique fashion, but art, poetry, music and dancing. Creative Movements is a team of diverse artists who come together to create and bring awareness to various forms …

Photo and story by Katey B. / Contributing Writer Last week, I presented you with the best, most fashionable backpacks, and this week I’m telling you exactly what you should stuff those backpacks with for the fall semester. Whether a freshman or senior, organization seems to be an inevitable issue relating to all college students, …

Photo and story by Genesis Rodriguez / Contributing Writer Tennessee’s very own fashion designer JoAnn “Jae” Edwards hosted her second annual “A Touch of Paris Fashion Show” (ATOP), also known as the Fashion Show for a Purpose, Saturday night in the Marriott Hotel of Cool Springs. Just as she did last year, Edwards collaborated with …

Photo by Alexis House / Contributing Photographer Story by Shorin Estell / Contributing Writer and Marissa Gaston / Lifestyles Editor Students and community members packed in the Student Union ballroom Friday night for MTSU’s first annual Black History Month fashion show, “Color of the Runway,” which was completely conceptualized and organized by a team of students headed …

Photo Courtesy of BréYhana Johnson Story by Marissa Gaston / Lifestyles Editor Friday Feb. 3 marks the first-ever Black History Month fashion show on MTSU’s campus, “Color of the Runway.” Completely organized by a committee of student volunteers, the show will be an exhibition of decades of fashion that inspired African-American styles and cultures of today. If …

Photos by Aliyah Lyons / Contributing photographer Story by Marissa Gaston / Contributing writer and Aliyah Lyons / Contributing photographer As the season changes, MTSU students transition from summer to fall apparel. A few share what inspires their outfit choices for breezy school days. “Just be you. Feel vibrant in what you wear,” says Anthony Mitchelle, …