They Call it Fast Fashion for a Reason

The fashion industry is in its PRIME. Fashion shows, events, meetings, and launching new brands are being held left and right in every major city of the world. Successful celebrity models are always featured in high-in designer brands runways such as Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Kaia Gerber, and the list goesContinue reading “They Call it Fast Fashion for a Reason”

*Shania Twain’s Voice* Man, I Feel Like a Woman!

Can you think of a retail store when the moment you step foot you’re saying “ooohhh, ahhh” and don’t even know where to begin because you’re so intrigued and amazed at a place. Personally, a store that makes me feel rich, sophisticated, chic yet home-country loving, would have to be good ol’ established in 1992Continue reading “*Shania Twain’s Voice* Man, I Feel Like a Woman!”

Ethical Values of the Urban Outfitters Family

One of America’s millennials most popular retail stores would have to be Urban Outfitters- known for their grunge, hipster vibes, yet chic for an insta-worthy picture. Urban Outfitters is the parent of Anthropologie and Free People- these three stores sweep young adults off their feet all across the nation with their unique style which allowsContinue reading “Ethical Values of the Urban Outfitters Family”

Hey, You Over There! Ever Heard of User Experience?

In my prior blog post I have discussed about the assignments and work we will be doing in the class ‘User Experience’ which I had thought was networking with professionals, building your portfolio, and trying to get the most of out it so we are prepared for the real world. While this is all true-Continue reading “Hey, You Over There! Ever Heard of User Experience?”

A Lil’ Advice from Austin Kleon

As a strategic advertising student it can become dull and less exciting when given a project because we do the research. Unlike creatives, they have fun with their work and can get lost in a project (lost as in a good thing) Nonetheless, in my User Ex class we were assigned to read a bookContinue reading “A Lil’ Advice from Austin Kleon”