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...

Fast fashion is taking a toll on the environment. Our consumer habits can change that.

The fast fashion industry contributes to an endless void of textile wastage and excessive pollution that we don’t need more of. We must hold this industry’s companies accountable, adjusting our own consumer habits to do so.Continue...

STEM & the City: Diversity drivers

The fashion industry has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to challenging the status quo. Some designers embrace social movements long before they become embedded in mainstream society.Continue...

Queen’s Student Diversity Project shines spotlight on Black identities in fashion

For years, Black artists have been criticized for fashion choices that are now celebrated in the mainstream. Fatou Tounkara, ArtSci’21, is challenging that narrative.

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STEM and the City: Pantone has announced the colours of 2021. Here’s how to wear them.

It’s safe to say we don’t need to spend any more time reflecting on 2020—it was the worst. Thankfully, we’ve entered a new year, and with widespread dissemination of a vaccine on the horizon, the prevailing mood is gradually shifting to one of hope and—dare I say—optimism.Continue...

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