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Byline: Tiffany Brown

Marketing Major student Myles Payne studies by day, but in his free time he pursues his ultimate dream of his clothing brand Ugly Face – taking-off with accelerated force.  His clothing uniquely stands-out on campus when he walks to and from class. I sat down with this local visionary to discuss his inspirations of his...

Educators prepare us to be subordinates — worker bees trained to submit to established brands and conglomerates. But modern technology has brought upon a revolution in the way we think about earning money — it’s no longer just about contributing to the profit margins of wealthy businessmen — but creating a brand for...

As the Y2K craze died down after the number 2000 safely appeared on clocks without a predicted doomsday scenario occurring, we thought that our tearful farewells to the 90s would be the last we’d see of the decade. But in the last few years, we’ve seen a sudden resurgence with the revival of tattoo chokers, and a...

The revolution of sexual identity and gender fluidity has left the social media realm and infiltrated mainstream America in the past few years. Generations Y and Z have repelled the unrealistic and glossy images of CIS identified airbrushed models, and have gravitated toward advertisements that reflect the real,...

With New Year’s Eve and its parties right around the corner, here are a few less conventional outfits you can wear to steal the night away. This slideshow requires JavaScript.

For more stories like this, please check out our fashion issue, online today! While all eyes are usually on the various fashion weeks of the world, the students at UH use the campus as their own personal catwalk daily. From vintage to classic, there is an array of personal style displayed on campus grounds. Featured...

http://cooglife.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/topvintagearticle.mp4 While Houston is known for its unique array of vintage clothing stores and boutiques, a typical complaint heard from avid shoppers is how overpriced they are. While that ’90s “Clueless” dress is your style or that ’80s tie-dye T-shirt would be perfect...

As a college student, it can be hard to keep a steady flow of money in the bank. That part-time job at Target or that cool bar in Montrose is hardly keeping you afloat financially. Plus, working at a retail job you’re not passionate about with uncaring bosses and supervisors, can really drag you down. But in the age...