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As a consumer, one of the biggest ways that you can make an impact on the economy is with your purchasing power. That means choosing wisely where you spend your money, and what exactly you spend it on. 

Toronto-based designer Aurora James recently launched the 15 Percent Pledge, a platform that’s calling on large retailers to dedicate 15 per cent of their shelves Black artists and creators. Sephora was the first major company that has accepted the call, but there are also plenty of

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All the Fashion Programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

A resource for prospective students and employers alike.

Howard University
Howard University

At Fashionista, we center much of our content around fashion and design schools, which tend to be located in and around big cities like New York and Los Angeles. But there are still plenty of viable options for those who are interested in fashion but are unable or don’t want to travel across the country and pay hefty tuition or go into massive debt for their education. While they may not offer as many specific concentrations as a fashion or art school might, many larger universities and colleges have fashion programs of their own. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the programs offered by Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

Students at these schools are known for having amazing on-campus style, yes, but a few of these higher learning institutions — defined as those established before 1964

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The first and last outfits of 21 characters on ‘Pretty Little Liars’

"Pretty Little Liars" ran for years.
“Pretty Little Liars” ran for years.


  • “Pretty Little Liars” ran from 2010 to 2017 and the show was known for its mysterious twists and turns and its memorable fashions.

  • Here are the first and last outfits of some of the most important characters on the series.

  • Characters like Aria Montgomery and Hanna Marin have changed their style a lot over the past few seasons.

  • Warning: Major “Pretty Little Liars” spoilers ahead. 

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The long-running ABC Family/Freeform show “Pretty Little Liars” was about murder and deceit, but it also featured some memorable fashions

Back when the show first aired in 2010, the characters weren’t yet style icons. But, by the season-seven ending in 2017, Hanna, Aria, Spencer, Ali, Emily, and the rest of the show’s characters had well-established fashions. 

Here are the first and last looks of 21 of the most known “PLL”

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‘Next In Fashion’ Canceled By Netflix After One Season

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Netflix has canceled competition series Next In Fashion after one season, Deadline has confirmed.

Hosted by Queer Eye fashion guru Tan France and style icon Alexa Chung, Next in Fashion featured eighteen designers who faced off in different challenges centering on a different trend or design style that has influenced the way the entire world dresses. South Korean designer Minju Kim was the winner of the first and only season, taking home the $250,000 top prize and the opportunity to debut her collection with luxury fashion retailer Net-a-Porter.

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Guest judges for the 10-episode debut season included a who’s who of the fashion world including Eva Chen, Elizabeth Stewart, Monique Lhuillier, Elizabeth Van Der Goltz, Prabal Gurung, Phillip Lim, Jason Bolden, Kerby Jean-Raymond, Adriana Lima, Christopher Kane, Beth Ditto, Josefine Aberg, “Dao”- Yi Chow, Maxwell Osborne and Tommy Hilfiger.

Next in

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