Fashion

Fur is mean

The first snowfall of winter means campus will be inundated with coyotes by the hundreds. I’m referring to how more and more students are donning the unofficial campus uniform: the Canada Goose jacket.Continue...

Issue 11: Darts & Laurels

Each digital release of the Journal will feature weekly darts and laurels, listing what should be celebrated and criticized from the previous week in world news and campus culture.Continue...

In pursuit of perfection

Chloe Van Landschoot lost a modeling job because of her body.Continue...

Travel treasures

Modern Primitive isn’t just another shop sprawled across the stretch of Princess St. — it’s a place that traces the travels of its storeowners.Continue...

Finding freedom

A look into the collection of Brittany Brewster for this year's Vogue.Continue...

Financing fascinators

Ezia Couture expands to become more profitable.Continue...

How Queen's Fashion Industry Network is bringing fashion to campus

When Queen’s student and model Jane Bradshaw brought Queen’s Fashion Industry Network (QFIN) to campus a year ago, she wanted to introduce a club that would compensate for the lack of fashion programming at Queen’s.Continue...

A preview of the Vogue Charity Fashion Show

From March 1 to 3, the Vogue Charity Fashion Show will take the stage at The Grand Theatre, raising money for the Kingston Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association.

The clothes on...Continue...

A summer of bodysuits

The bodysuit: a.k.a. the most versatile piece in your closetContinue...

Student startups: 437 Swimwear

Next in our student start up series are two girls who followed their dream of starting a swimsuit business.Continue...

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