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All photos by: @UHFits I got my first tattoo in November 2021. Without telling my parents, I secretly went to my appointment in Dallas where I was tattooed by my all-time favorite artist, Faisal Al-Lami. I was so nervous I made my best friend hold my hand as he began tattooing my arm with some Pakistani imagery...

Photos by: Oscar Herrera Thrift shopping has to be the best way to spend your time, but not your money if you’re lucky. You can spend $20 on a few outfits or end up paying over $100. It all comes down to your self-control and your own sense of style. I’m here, however, to let you know how to get the best bang...

While fall may seem far away as the days of one hundred degrees temperature are seemingly never-ending, it’s never too early to start thinking about next season’s wardrobe. Fall fashion is definitely a favorite of mine and this list is a few staples that belong in every fall wardrobe. In Texas, fall fashion is...

The Council for Cultural Activities, or CCA, is an organization at UH that demonstrates one of the university’s core values: cultural diversity and awareness. CCA presented its second-annual Cultural Catwalk event on March 3rd. This fashion show featured both modern and traditional outfits from twenty different...

Dressing for the holidays means dressing to impress - and sequins. But where does sustainability come into the equation?

Your interview is your first impression. Standing out and staying true to yourself can help you land a job where you can truly thrive. Depending on the career path you choose, we have compiled a list of ways to make sure you don’t lose yourself in a sea of beige.

The long-awaited 2021 Met Gala finally happened this past Monday, and everyone has an opinion on the looks of the night.

While I don’t often rely on anything with the term wiki in it as a valid source, when it comes to fandoms or aesthetics, the wiki contributors tend to do the best job of hunting down research to explain pop culture references.

When the pandemic first began everyone scrambled to find masks that would protect them from the virus. Now, they're fashion statements.

The world stopped in March of 2020. We were forced to stay at home as we watched the world around us slowly start to shut down. We might not have realized at the moment, but we were living in unprecedented times. The uncertainty rocked me to my core, sending me into a state of constant anxiety. The pandemic and...