‘American Idol’ contestant Grace Kinstler inspires young girls, women to regain confidence in fashion choices as online trolls body shame Berklee student

When Grace Kinstler stepped out on the “American Idol” stage last Sunday, the lights were dimmed so fans could only see an outline of the singer.

“I can hear you but I won’t,” Kinstler sings as she begins her “Into The Unknown” cover for Disney night, wearing a tight blue floor length sparkly dress, reminiscent of Elsa.

Instead of discussing her voice, online trolls began body shaming the plus size singer, suggesting she needs to “dress better for her body style” or go to the gym. But those comments were drowned out by hundreds of positive responses from young girls

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For You Page Fashion – The Miami Student

In fashion, you want to look different, and to stand out from the crowd with your own unique style. Rejecting mainstream fashion and “basic” style trends is often a complex that afflicts the fashion-forward. 

Formerly known as, TikTok has evolved into a completely unique platform of lifestyle, comedy, fashion, music, and many other genres of videos, tailored just for you by an eerily accurate algorithm on their explore feature, called the For You page (FYP). 

If you scroll even for just five minutes on TikTok, you’re likely to stumble across a fashion video, whether it be a clothing haul,

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21-Year-Old Howard University Student Continues Family Legacy With HBCU Clothing Line

Marketing student Tahir Murray launched LegacyHistoryPride in 2019 to drive more attention to HBCUs.

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This story originally appeared on Black Enterprise

Marketing student Tahir Murray followed in his family’s footsteps by creating a clothing line focused on HBCUs. The Howard University senior designed HBCU apparel that has attracted the attention of Black NBA All-Stars such as Chris Paul.

Last year, Murray participated in Nike’s Air Max campaign. The company honored and celebrated individuals who have attended HBCUs.

“Before we launched

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College student sets up company to sell Chinese-style accessories

(MENAFN – GetNews) Xie Xinyue, a student from the School of Public Administration at the Zhejiang University of Finances and Economics, has become a star among her classmates after she founded a company that produces and sells Chinese-style headgear.

During the annual Lantern Festival, many customers bought accessories and headgear from Xie’s company, which is called Hangzhou Wanqing Culture and Communication Co.

When asked why she decided to set up the company, Xie explained that she has been interested in hanfu, a type of traditional Chinese clothing since she was a child.

Driven by this interest, she joined a club

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