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Story by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Photos by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Middle Tennessee State University’s Textile and Merchandising department is hosting their big fashion show this week. The program will be entirely virtual this year, in contrast to previous years, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone involved in the …

Apparel designer Camiyah Mays is a senior in the Middle Tennessee State University fashion department whose designs will star in this spring’s Textile and Merchandising Fashion Show.  Growing up around her grandmother and great-grandmother, who were both seamstresses, Mays’ passion for fashion was organically cultivated in her younger, more formative years. Her grandmother– who still …

Photos by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor The fashion world is notorious for its fast pace and ever-evolving grandeur. But the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a long-lasting wrench into the multi-billion dollar industry.  The TXMD Spring Runway Show was one of the most highly coveted events for Middle Tennessee State University’s Textile and Merchandising …

Story by Elizabeth Juengling/Contributing Writer Between 2010 and 2019, the world saw many spectacular gowns bless the red, or otherwise colored, carpets. From the Oscars to the Grammys, and the Grammys to the Met Gala, designers invited celebrities to display their detailed work for all to see. So from the beginning of the decade to …

Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore On Wednesday November 13, the Nashville Fashion Week kick-started its 10th anniversary with an energetic launch party at the Analog at the Hutton Hotel on West End Avenue. Fashion Week is held once a year in the spring, and over 75 different events are already planned for Nashville’s 2020 …

Photos and Story by Elizabeth Juengling Murfreesboro celebrated the community’s breast cancer survivors at the 9th annual YMCA Heroes in Heels fashion show at New Vision Baptist Church on Oct. 21, 2019.  Shane McFarland, mayor of Murfreesboro, opened the event with a short prayer. Melanie Cavender, the After Breast Cancer (ABC) coordinator, followed McFarland by …