Paris Fashion Week has officially ended, rounding out the most magical month in the fashion world.
The Avenue | Fashion
Tilman Monsanto thinks shopping for men’s clothing in Gainesville is horrible.
The kids who flocked to see the midnight premieres of the Harry Potter movies wearing striped scarves, fake glasses and lightning bolts drawn on their foreheads with their mom’s eyebrow pencils are all grown up.
More than a thousand people are using a new site to find inexpensive brand-name clothes. One hundred and fifty of them are at UF.
Looking for a place to pop some tags? Only got $20 in your pocket?
Wolfgang fashion clothing store off University Avenue has long forgone paper advertising after it saw little return for sales during the year of its establishment in 2007.
If you’re the type who likes half-naked models strutting their stuff down a runway, then keep your calendars open Saturday evening.
Trends — sometimes no one knows what to think about them. They either can be very ingenious fashion pieces, or they can make you think, “What the hell is this crap?”
Fashionistas rejoice — Henri Girl Boutique plans to reopen its Gainesville store closer to campus Friday.
Wolfgang, located at 1127 W. University Ave., offered a grab-bag sale to all customers who visited the store, with a chance to receive discounts of up to 50 percent off any one item, in addition to 15 percent-off the entire shop.
Victoria Miller combines second-hand doilies and entrepreneurship to create a unique result. Miller, a 21-year-old art history senior at UF, makes dreamcatchers and sells them online at the popular handmade goods marketplace, Etsy.
Managing their newly opened retro clothing and beauty store, Ingenue Avenue, and their two-year-old cupcake bakery, Sarkara Sweets Cafe, takes up so much of their time they have little room for much else on their schedules.