It’s the 1970s. Political climates are choppy all around the world. President Nixon has just founded the Environmental Protection Agency to enforce the cluster of environmental laws in America. Radical feminists gather to discuss the environmental hierarchy that existed between
Playful color greets customers at the door of Carlisle of York, a quaint boutique hidden in the corner of Wright Square. Shoes and clothes of every hue grace the shelves and contrast the white walls and tiled floors. The boutique
Unlike the rise of nudes, color slowly and subtly resurfaced in the beauty industry. Nudes were everywhere in a matter of seconds, whereas more vibrant pigments made steady moves towards staking claim. There are only so many times a flesh-colored
Art historian and self-proclaimed “jewelry addict” Toni Greenbaum visited SCAD’s Pei Ling Chan Gallery on Tuesday afternoon to give an engaging speech about jewelry through the ages and its ability to express personal thoughts, feelings and emotions.
The Manor had the opportunity to sit down and interview one of SCAD’s newest professors Meloney Moore, teaching in the new major The Business of Beauty and Fragrance.
The trend-chasing, fast fashion beast Urban Outfitters is no stranger to controversial headlines. From using tragedies such as the Holocaust and 1970s Kent State massacre as inspiration for graphic t-shirt designs to making light of alcohol and drug abuse to