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Inexpensive ethical edgy trees

Reformation. Cienne. Hackwith Design House. Ethical? Sure. Financially feasible? IN NO WORLD. (Except the one where you’re a fashion blogger, and people pay you to wear their clothes, but then I’d assume you wouldn’t be here taking CS 106A and MATH 51). However, have no fear, folks. You can in fact simultaneously be a college…

Stanford’s fashion culture evolves, still lags behind peer institutions

On first glance, Stanford may seem vaguely apathetic towards fashion. A quick look around the quad certainly reveals the Stanford student uniform — a free t-shirt from the most recent career fair and a pair of sweatpants likely bought at the campus bookstore. Even so, a growing number of students are interested in the fashion industry — and pushing to change campus accordingly.