Fashion

17 Jan 2023

How Adidas Got Trolled By A Fashion Show Prank

Whether we like it or not, sweatshop labor is used by most of the clothing companies that are popular in the Western World. However, it is a rarity for the fashion industry to directly acknowledge this ugly truth in any promotional capacity.  So it was probably a shock when Adidas

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11 Oct 2022

Does Kanye West Hate Jews?

Kanye West has always been a complicated figure in the pop culture landscape. Early in his career, his outbursts were honest critiques of political figures that needed to be said. During an event like Hurricane Katrina, when black people were being gunned down for trying to get supplies because the

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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08 Sep 2022

North Beach’s DIY Punk Revival

Bannam Place is easy to miss. The unassuming alley skewers a Green Street block of North Beach favorites, dividing Sodini’s from the former location of Baonecci Ristorante. By day, the slim passage is populated by stray tourists and residents enjoying a midday smoke. By night, it’s host to barhoppers seeking

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16 Mar 2022

Legendary Vintage Shop Moves to North Beach After 10 Years in the Tenderloin

Exactly one decade after its debut in San Francisco, Vacation closed its Tenderloin storefront at 704 Larkin Street on February 15, 2022.  Kristin Klein, the owner of the legendary vintage shop, was initially drawn to the Tenderloin as a “timeless snapshot of a city,” imbued with a great nostalgia “where

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10 Dec 2019

Why is Makeup and Beauty YouTube Dominated by Men?

by Amaya Oswald Youtube sensation Shane Dawson is decorating his beauty room. A few months ago, Shane didn’t know the difference between a moisturizer and a primer, and today, as he shuffles through his eyeshadow palettes sitting on a bathroom countertop in his large Hollywood home he bought last year

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04 Dec 2019

Breaking Down the East Bay “Style”

By Brian Scott Fashion is an art in itself that varies by location, culture, tradition, belief, weather and even time. Simply, how we go about our daily lives plays a role in our fashion sense. Where we live dictates quite a bit about how we live and what we look

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02 Dec 2019

The Best Waterproof Mascaras for Constantly Crying Seasonal Depressives

by Laurie Riihimaki ‘Tis the season for holiday cheer, or should I say tears? For some, this time of year can be heavy with seasonal depression brought on by toxic family get-togethers, dreaded semester finals, literally darker days, and holiday weight brought on by grandma’s famous pecan pie and mac

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23 Oct 2019

On Top of Being Offensive, the Mass Shooting Hoodies Were a Rip-off

by Kattoo King This year during New York Fashion Week, a streetwear brand called Bstroy showed their fifth collection inspired by the current epidemic of mass shootings.  The show featured T-shirts printed with “Bstroy Combat School’ models with latex bullet wounds, and the now infamous school shooting hoodies. These hoodies

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