Fashion Forward Podcast: Grammy Red Carpet Fashion
On the first episode of the Fashion Forward podcast, Editor in Chief Alyssa Fisher and Fashion Club Secretary Gina Martucci amusingly comment on the fashions seen on the 2012 Grammy Red Carpet. After judging all the looks, they pick the best and worst garments of the evening. Click on... Read more
Fashion Forward Blog: Celebrities Should Stick To Their Day Jobs
BY EMILY PERL Would you want to own a pair of Snookie slippers? Read a book by Lauren Conrad? How about buy something from Kanye West’s new summer clothing collection? Celebrities are always trying to out-do one another and stay ahead of the game. As if being rich and... Read more
Fashion Forward Blog: Obsessed With Modcloth
BY MADISON MCNALLY I’m obsessing over right now. It has completely consumed me. I HAVE to have nearly everything on this site. *Note to self: find a part-time job that pays at least $1000 a week. I love this site because they provide stylish clothing we all can... Read more
Fashion Forward Blog: Homecoming Dresses – The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
BY JOSLYN TOMBACK With homecoming looming around the corner, finding the perfect ensemble can become a nearly-impossible mission. While on your dress pursuit, don’t succumb to the heaps of taffeta that greet you at the entrance of the department store. Brief yourself on both the condemned and commended of... Read more
Fashion Forward Blog: Heavens To Betsey
BY MADISON MCNALLY The queen of fun fashion, Betsey Johnson, introduced her Spring-Summer 2012 Collection during the best time of the year, Fashion Week. The collection was stellar; Betsey’s punk yet flirtatious, feminine personality was incorporated in every piece. She saluted the night with by performing her signature cartwheel... Read more
Fashion Forward: Even Floridians Need To Keep Warm
BY ALYSSA FISHER As Floridians, we easily grow tired of the usual, brutally hot and humid weather. Every winter, we yearn for a cold front to give us rosy cheeks and tousled hair. We dream of waking up to a white blanket of snow covering our yards and sparkling... Read more