The Theater of It All

A Note from the Editors

Inspired by the seemingly-theatrical and often-chaotic nature of today’s political climate (which, too, bleeds into our personal lives), The Theater of It All approaches clothing as an extension of yourself that helps you thrive despite chaos. A leather jacket is armor, a shimmering dress evokes images of chainmail, and an elegant pantsuit or tux allows you to blend in—relax—when the time comes. Our interpretation of these articles of clothing may not necessarily align with yours, and that’s okay; in fact, that’s exactly what this issue is about. …

Photo Shoot: Hats off to Chaos

…The Theater of It All

The pages ahead explore how fashion forges identity and helps wearers create clarity despite the chaos of everyday life. We have partnered with Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society (M&B) for a photo shoot that encompasses all the drama, ’80s glamor, and theatricality of their latest production, Rumors, showing Oct. 12-21. Actors from the show don costume, and models sport clothing, blurring the lines of reality and fiction. Costumes should help add to the story and increase and amplify the direc

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