Letter from the Producers

Three months ago, we noticed a pattern: In fashion and in marketing, everything had become saturated. Colors like candy, photos like polaroids, and text like closed captions—all challenging the realism associated with photography. In an industry so concerned with luxury and self-image, we found fashion’s heightened playfulness and retrospection a welcome, if unlikely, juxtaposition. We wanted in.

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Untitled Leisure Project: Fissue Edition

In this episode, Devon O’Dwyer, Claire Goldberg, and Panna Gattyan talk about Panna’s role as a designer for the Fashion Issue and their favorite pop culture fashion icons. TV and movies we reference in the podcast:      (from left to right): Sabrina The Teenage Witch, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and Sex and…

Afternoon Tea: Season 1, Episode 6

In honor of the Voice’s Fashion Edition, Max and Kayla talk about their own style evolution and roast the fashion of Georgetown students.

Stripped: Season 3, Episode 5

Recorded sleepover style, this episode of “Stripped” features special guest Hanna Chan and hosts Emma Francois and Isabel Lord. On the docket: colorful hair and how it fits into identity, professionalism, queerness, and Asian womanhood. Image Credits: "Stripped" guest Hanna Chan models in the 2018 Fashion Issue. Chan hosts WGTB's "I Found It at a…

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The Best Surrealist Music Videos

Kali, Mitski, St. Vincent, and Solange have delivered out-of-this world music, and have gifted us with surreal music videos to match. Take a deep dive into their alternative worlds, ones which in some cases are utter nonsense and in others are brilliant works of art. “After The Storm” by Kali Uchis ft. Tyler, The Creator…

Rodarte: A Walk Through the Mulleavys’ Garden

Rodarte’s place in the National Museum of Women in the Arts is fitting; women started the fashion company of the same name, and its designs are for women. The exhibit showcases pieces from the company’s inception through its 2018 Spring/Summer collection. Founded by Kate and Laura Mulleavy in 2005, Rodarte featured its first collection in…

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