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Summer Fashion Guide: How To Style Your Summer | Culture

The summer season is right around the corner. With the days getting longer and the weather getting warmer, it’s time to pack up winter clothes and break out the light and airy summer styles. Social media users across all platforms have been making predictions and posting content about what fashion styles to expect in the coming months. Gen-Z style icon Emma Chamberlain recently posted a “what I’m wearing this summer” video to her YouTube channel, highlighting the many clothing items and styles that she wants to incorporate into her summer wardrobe. Other popular online personalities have done the same thing,

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The Prickly Pineapple Boutique Merges Western and Hawaiian Culture in New Clothing Line

Honolulu (KHON2) – The Prickly Pineapple Boutique is bringing the western style to Hawaii with a new clothing boutique.

Located on the island of Kaua’i, The Prickly Pineapple celebrates western fashion with elements of Hawaiian culture.

“The Prickly Pineapple boutique is Hawaii’s first western fashion boutique in Hawaii. We also hosted Hawaii’s first western fashion shows with big Western brand sponsors like Kimes ranch jeans, Hooey, Rock Paper Scissors denim. We have hosted 3 fashion shows in Hawaii. This year is the first year we didn’t because of covid. We carry a lot of western graphic tees, fringe and cow

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Photo/video NFT exhibition documents Native American fashion, culture and sacred land | State

WALLOWA, Ore., April 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Harris Sisters Collaborative and photographer Kyle La Mere are hosting a NFT art exhibition and sale (link) throughout the month of April, with a portion of all proceeds being donated to Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which protects and maintains the Nez Perce tribe’s sacred homeland.

Historic digital art/NFT exhibition documents Native American fashion, culture and sacred land

Mary, Anna and Katie Harris grew up on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Easter Oregon, where their tribe was relocated after the Treaty of 1855; together they make and sell handcrafted

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Photo/video NFT exhibition documents Native American fashion, culture and sacred land | News

WALLOWA, Ore., April 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Harris Sisters Collaborative and photographer Kyle La Mere are hosting a NFT art exhibition and sale (link) throughout the month of April, with a portion of all proceeds being donated to Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which protects and maintains the Nez Perce tribe’s sacred homeland.

Historic digital art/NFT exhibition documents Native American fashion, culture and sacred land

Mary, Anna and Katie Harris grew up on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Easter Oregon, where their tribe was relocated after the Treaty of 1855; together they make and sell handcrafted

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Fashion forecast: five trends to watch in spring 2021 | Culture

As the weather starts to get warmer, Harrisonburg comes to life. Whether Dukes are going out, having a picnic on the Quad or just need some new pieces for their wardrobes, springtime brings new beginnings. In many ways, spring is the season of rebirth, including the closet. 

With the Internet at one’s disposal, it’s easier than ever to see potential trends before they hit the mainstream. This season has the opportunity to bring completely new pieces, as well as give nods to decades past. 

Stone rings

This past year has brought many trends surrounding jewelry, and there’s no sign of

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‘A Study Of Eight’ Showcases Influence Black Fashion Makers Had On History, Culture

In honor of Black History Month, EDGExpo is offering a glimpse into the lives of eight Black fashion makers and influencers who used the power of fashion to transform their identity and culture.

“A Study of Eight” acknowledges the significant contribution Black fashion designers and influencers made to fashion’s history. The curated editorial project covers people and events of cultural and historical significance between the years of 1880 and 1980.

Publishing editor Rhonda P. Hill says she’s always wanted to work on a project like “A Study Of Eight,” which showcases the work of underrepresented people and dives deep into

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