Tags: Fashion

Why Some Buy Their Self-Esteem

The social aspects of today's society can be incredibly frustrating and may even feel demanding to some extent. With self-esteem being a delicate subject for every individual, designer brands do an excellent job of targeting such fragile insecurities for their own gains. Luxury brands including Burberry, Givenchy, and Dior present ridiculously priced goods in the market.

This Fall’s Fashion Guide

If you don’t want to be blindsided by what a new season with new fashion means, no worries. Now is the time to explore some of the definite dos and definite (subjective) don’ts of fall fashion. 

Campus Fashion Trends: Are Golden Goose Sneakers Glorifying Poverty?

It appears that some prefer to naturally wear out their shoes, whilst others believe that shoes becoming dirty over time is inevitable, which is where Golden Goose tackles this idea in an interesting manner.

The Ethics of Consumerism: Is Gen-Z as Politically Correct as They Think They are?

Gen Z is most infamous for how politically correct they are. However, are they actually causing more harm than good as consumers in the economic market?

Top Fashion Trends Taking Over 2023

It’s time to talk about current fashion trends!  Following designers' collections debuts, here are some common key styles that you might want to indulge into… Ready...

Slow and Steady Wins the Fashion Race

By Pia Abou Jaoude Thanks to low cost fashion retailers, keeping pace with today’s ever changing fashion trends is quite easy. New collections become available...

How to Dress for Segovia’s Fluctuating Weather

Segovia is currently feeling a little under the weather; learn how to dress up for this period between seasons.

“Less Is More” is the New Luxury for the Coming Up Seasons of Sun

It’s only the middle of February, but I can’t be the only one already thinking ahead of what spring will bring. As the season...

Tone-Deaf at Paris Fashion Week

It can be difficult to determine the decision-making process of those who enjoy a certain level of fame. Is it that they do not...

The Style at IE University: How do Students View their Dress Codes?

Dress codes can be controversial topics: some people swear by them, while others believe them to be restrictive. Yet, there is an unofficial dress...


Celebrating Women in the Legal Sphere

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Vanessa Chioaru On March 19th 2024, the Law Society had the honor of hosting...

Justice Without Boundaries: The ICJ and Its Impact on International Law

This piece has been selected as the winner of an article contest hosted by the Law Society and The Stork with the prompt: “analyze...

The Case for Politics as a Vocation, Not a Science

Max Weber understood a nation as a status-economic organization united by a common historical memory and the fight for the prestige of power and culture against other nations. Ernest Renan viewed the nation as a form of morality, the possession of a common rich legacy, the consent to live together, and the will to continue to value the heritage which all hold in common.