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De Anza College students fashion new styles during the pandemic

De Anza College students fashion new styles during the pandemic

Andrea Infante, Reporter | March 8, 2021

Sheltering in place hasn’t stopped fashion from evolving on the runway or in the closets of De Anza College students. Ysabella Johnson, 18, biology major, said she found the time to develop her own...

Rihannas Savage X Fenty show changes the fashion industry game with inclusivity

Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty show changes the fashion industry game with inclusivity

Nitya Peumans, Staff Reporter | October 20, 2020

Rihanna showcased her line of lingerie, mixing singing and dancing performances with intricate sets and messages of body positivity in Volume 2 of her Savage x Fenty show.   Although the cinematography...

 (from left) Erik Rocha, marketing major, wears a trendy gray sweater which makes a great outfit combining with his black jeans and white shoes, giving his look urban vibes.  His friend Jazmyne Burfine, psychology major, pairs blue denim ripped overalls with a red striped shirt. Her final touch for the look is red lipstick, a red scarf belt and black boots that give her look an industrial flair.

De Anza students start the quarter in style

Simone Clay, Stacy Ardoin, Staff Reporter | January 19, 2018
La Voz searched campus for students starting the year off with unique and trendy styles.
Music Festival Fashion Do’s and Don’ts

Music Festival Fashion Do’s and Don’ts

Daneia Rodriguez, Staff Reporter | May 6, 2014

Festival season has arrived! Whether you’re headed to Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Burning Man or if you just got back from Coachella and SXSW; you’ve bought your ticket and now it’s time for...

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