The Avenue | Fashion
At Gainesville Fashion Week’s Saturday runway shows, about 300 fashion fans and style supporters dressed to impress at Villa East to watch as seven designers showcased their creations on the catwalk.
When every other kindergartner in her class was focused on coloring, learning the ABCs and nap time, Laura Kathleen Planck was working on becoming a fashion designer.
Jacquelyn Brooks, a Gainesville fashion designer, will be showing her creations as part of a Gainesville Fashion Week runway show on Saturday, April 14.
Francine Elizabeth's designs will be on display in a runway show on April 12 at Villa East, 301 N. Main St., as part of Gainesville Fashion Week.
Hard-working Nava Ottenberg, 58, juggles many hats. In addition to being the owner of Persona Vintage Clothing and Costumes, located at 201 SE Second Place, she is also a mother of two, world traveler, artist and clothing designer.
Try these athletic-influenced style tips to look stunning in any sporting situation and score big in your wardrobe.
There once was a girl who had everything. Her name was Barbie.
As a sober Lindsey Lohan once said in the movie "Mean Girls," "Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress up like a total slut, and no other girls can say anything about it."
The feather hair extension trend has drifted from the West Coast to Gainesville, and students are quickly flocking to the fad.
During the summer months, we found ourselves escaping the heat under the blissful air conditioning of movie theaters. Now, a piling stack of assignments and readings hardly allots time to catch a quick flick, let alone time to put together trendy, in-season outfits. Why not kill two birds with one stone?
Every year, freshmen come to UF's campus during the fall eager to get their college experience started. There are certain trends that freshmen always try out when they first arrive on campus, so we've put together a list of fashion dos and don'ts for your first semester.
How many things have you done this summer that have helped your wallet, your wardrobe, the environment and the community all at once? If your answer is zero, then you are not taking advantage of the array of charity thrift shops that Gainesville has to offer.