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Great Lakes Woodland Skirts Fashion Show is a collaboration between a mother, Delina White and two daughters Sage Davis and Lavender Hunt. The fashion tour of unique skirts inspired by their ancestors, finishes its tour in Duluth Oct. 30.

Native American history hits the runway

by Chance Wellnitz
Published October 27, 2015
Delina White and daughters bring Great Lakes Woodlands Skirts Project to the Tweed Museum.

The Fashionisto is in: Low-cost looks for men

by Grant Tillery
Published October 27, 2015
Here’s a primer on finding quality menswear on a college budget.
(From left to right) The Burton Cinder Anorak in tropic navajo, the Burton Hazel in squashed and the Roxy Cedar jacket in jungle green, hang at the House Boardshop on Tuesday. The House carries a multitude of this years latest winter jackets and base layers.

From office to hill: Style for the snow

by Isabella Romano
Published October 15, 2015
Winter is coming, and so is the fashion season for women.
(Left to right) Hayley Borsenik, Eli Miller, Tianna Larson, Matt Swinney

Street Style: fall fashion feels

by Grant Tillery
Published October 6, 2015
As fall ushers in, these folks show us a thing or two about how to make the wardrobe shift.
Jeffrey Barr looks in the mirror Monday while Keith Dorsett, manager of Heimies Haberdashery, makes final adjustments to Barrs outfit at the Haberdashery store in St. Paul. The fitting was in preparation for the Homme Mens Fashion Show on Wednesday.

Fashion comes Homme

by Grant Tillery
Published September 22, 2015
The debut of Homme marks a turn toward menswear for Fashion Week MN.
Left to right, Erick DeLeon, Jen Kaplan, Thomas Moss, Kathryn Korb.

Street Style: The Mpls. North Loop

by Elizabeth Ryan
Published July 29, 2015

Minneapolis’s North Loop neighborhood exudes upscale refinement. The swank yuppie utopia is home to some of the metropolis’s best restaurants and boutiques. The stylish masses congregate over...

(left to right) Stu Rosenberg, Olivia Hanson, Joey Dokken and Sarah Olfelt.

Rock the Garden’s best dressed

by Grant Tillery
Published June 24, 2015

Rock the Garden isn’t known for its style. In years past, baggy shorts and flip-flops were the norm, and comfort trumped any desire to see and be seen at Minneapolis’ quintessential all-day...

Graduate design students Robin Carufel and Kira Erickson put the finishing touches on dresses designed for activewear in McNeal Hall on Monday. Tucker Center researchers worked with College of Design students to create a line of culturally appropriate activewear that East-African middle school girls will model at a fashion show on June 10.

Breaking barriers in basketball

by Jackie Renzetti
Published June 10, 2015

As a coach and behavior specialist at Cedar Riverside Community School, Jennifer Weber witnessed East African girls struggling to handle their skirts or keep their hijabs intact while playing sports   “Teams...

(left to right) Jake Anderson, Shauna Fenske, Rebecca Beal, Megan Jensen

Street Style: Northeast Minneapolis

by Grant Tillery
Published June 3, 2015

College students often don bland garb instead of snappy, crisp clothes. But just a quick jaunt away from the University of Minnesota campus is Northeast Minneapolis, one of the most stylish neighborhoods...

Freshman Liz Carver models a french braided messy bun at 17th Avenue Residence Hall on Friday afternoon. A french braided messy bun is a simple heatless up-do for summer.

Best tressed with the Fashionista

by Micaela Resh
Published May 7, 2015

Breezy sundresses and strappy sandals call for a new summer hairdo.    As the weather heats up, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in front of the mirror blow-drying, curling and straightening...

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