LMU’s beloved music festival, Fallapalooza, prompted students to dawn a variety of their most fun, funky outfits.
Created last year by freshman Rya Partible, This Is Your Sign provides premium apparel in support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising held a virtual conversation with May to discuss the looks she created for iconic films such as “Clueless,” “Never Been Kissed” and “Enchanted.”
For the first Lion Street Style of 2020, Life+Arts Assistant Editor Francesca Bermudez sat down with Kezia Laksmono, a sophomore communication studies major from Indonesia. Read below to learn how she finds inspiration on social media and what fashion accessory she collects.
Between the hectic flurry of schoolwork and social activities, appearances are the last thing on the minds of some students. However, for Megan Hsu, a sophomore studio arts major and animation minor, dressing in style is as natural as any part of her daily routine.
Earlier this year, we began seeing the appearance of a performer under the name of "Maple Richards" at a few of Mane Entertainment's Open Mic Nights. Blinged out in drag attire and performing in custom, eye-catching outfits, sophomore marketing major Jackson Crawford is making his debut into…
The Fashion Society hosted their Spring Fashion Show titled “Artisans: A Cultural Collaboration” on April 25. The show was held at The Hill in Malone and featured clothing pieces from a variety of local and student designers and performances by student musicians.
For sophomore marketing major Trevor Gray and freshman film, television and media studies major Troy Salmans, the past several months have all been leading up to one grand event — the charity Spring Fashion Show in Sunken Garden, titled “Walking with Women,” this Saturday, April 6, at 6:30 p.m.
This weekend, I got the opportunity to sit down with sophomore theatre arts major and film and television studies minor, Giselle Durand, to talk about her unique sense of style, what fashion means to her and her advice for those seeking to find their own individual style in a world full of trends.
Guys: don't think I forgot about you! Fashion is used as a means of expression, and everyone should be able to express themselves through physical appearance. However, it can be difficult to choose what to wear and when to wear it. This is: “Know what to wear this November: men’s edition.”
Over the course of both the fall and spring semesters, I’ve had the pleasure of revamping what is now known as Lion Street Style. Although it existed before my time at the Loyolan, I’ve happily played a role in making these article installments more consistent. For me, the best part of writi…
With the start of finals quickly approaching, it's almost impossible for students not to experience feelings of dread as the few weeks of the semester continue to dwindle. Many of us have to face the harsh reality of still having so much to do, while feeling like there’s hardly enough time t…
When I think about festival fashion, my mind automatically defaults to the iconicism of the images taken at Woodstock. I picture muddy bare feet and hoards of people coming together for one purpose: to enjoy the music. This is also the era when affordable thrift store finds and some of the v…
This past week, I had the chance to talk business with the founder of Divert Denim Co. — a company that makes backpacks from recycled denim — senior entrepreneurship major Jay Coffey. Here’s what he had to say about starting his own business:
It's hard to celebrate the end of New York Fashion Week (NYFW), one of the most iconic weeks of the year centered around fashion, culture and the ultimate expression of art. However, with that end comes the opportunity to review what the biggest names in the entertainment industry were weari…
Now that the February New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is over, we’ll have to wait quite some time for new fashion inspiration and runway-ready looks. With the lull between season showcases, it’s easy to get caught up in monotonous outfit routines. In the meantime, the best cure for a slump, suc…
This week for Lion Street Style, I got the chance to talk fashion with senior English major Julia Marzovilla and her equally stylish boyfriend, screenwriting major Gatsby Keyes. Here's what they had to say about each other's overall style:
One of the most common questions students ask once they graduate is: Now what? We spend four years taking classes, doing internships and participating in groups on campus, and those four years end up going by pretty quickly. Hopefully, by the time we graduate we have a job set up, a place to…
LMU alumna D'Ana Smith ('17) recommends, "Appreciate what you have around you and appreciate LMU for what it is. The sense of community is never going to be the same anywhere else."
This week for Lion Street Style, I got the chance to talk fashion with junior communication studies major Meridith Berk. Here's what she had to say about her overall style:
The first time I stumbled into Arc Foundation Thrift Store in Oxnard, I remember being impressed by the variety of its contents. I also remember being taken aback by how different it looked, as well as how it smelled inside, compared to all of the other stores I had shopped in up until this …
Florals, sequins and fringe, oh my. This was my immediate reaction after mulling over numerous images of various designers’ spring 2018 collections. What I found to be the most interesting — which is one that all of these collections shared — were the designers’ abilities to repurpose so man…
With their deepest passions in mind, the Del Rey Players presented their annual Cabaret performance, themed around the actors dream roles.
Tiras Pie, known as R&B artist T. Pie, shares how he balances his school and sports life with his passion for making music.
The play "June, July, August" opened this past weekend at the Barnelle Theatre, directed by Keiana Richàrd. Set at an all-girls summer camp, the play employs themes of independence, girlhood and freedom.
With LMU being located on the San Andreas Fault, it is important to stay up to date on earthquake procedurals. Last week, QuakeFest brought first responders and emergency supplies to campus as part of a national emergency readiness campaign, helping LMU students stay safe.
"Ticket to Paradise," the newest romantic comedy hitting theaters, is proof that a classic rom-com is just what audiences need right now.
A24 released "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" to rave reviews earlier this year. Writer and Director Dean Fleischer-Camp and Animation Director Kirsten Lepore visited LMU this past week to discuss the film.
Alongside Wayne Brady and Ben Vereen, Liza Minnelli celebrated LMU's theater department with a surprise visit to Cabaret’s final show.
Living in Los Angeles means having access to the endless amazing areas California has to offer. For the upcoming Autumn Day weekend, a road trip is the perfect way to have an exciting adventure.
Last weekend, seven teams of LMU students had just 24 hours to create a Halloween-themed short film in Mane Entertainment’s new film competition.
Director Parker Finn attended a screening of his debut feature film "Smile" with LMU students. Check out this Loyolan exclusive interview.
In case you need a crash course on all what kind of music Tinashe will be playing at Fallapalooza, the Life + Arts section has you covered.
The LMU Theatre Arts Department's production of "Cabaret" opens on Oct. 7, making it the first musical to premiere in the Strub Theatre since February 2020.