Ryan and Nadira Hurley, founders of the Vert & Vogue boutique, take a serious approach to style. Nadira’s background in fashion and Ryan’s longtime advocacy for the environment led them to open their clothing store in Durham in 2008 with a commitment to running it as a green business.
Arlington senior Alexandra Morales has combined her love for crafts and Christian missionary work with a new business, Two Ten Creation.
Baton Rouge, La., senior Ginger Douglas won the second annual Miss Green and Gold pageant on Saturday. Along with the title, she won a $1,500 scholarship and the opportunity to compete in the upcoming Miss Texas pageant.
Contestants will be participating in the second annual Miss Green and Gold pageant at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Waco Hall.
Oscar de la Renta, the worldly gentleman designer who shaped the wardrobe of socialites, first ladies and Hollywood stars for more than four decades, has died. He was 82.
Baylor’s theater department has acquired a new technology that will help them pave the way for their future productions.
During my most recent Pinterest escapade, I stumbled upon a seemingly impossible DIY pin – simulating watercolor paint on coffee mugs using nail polish.
Never has a bit of fabric and elastic inspired such devotion and derision as the scrunchie.
With expertise in fashion and entrepreneurship, Baylor alumni and siblings Gitanjali and Anand Venkatrao have joined forces to create contemporary jeans designed for easy cell phone access.
The woman pacing at the front of the room at the Baylor Apparel Professionals meeting wore a draping silk dress. The dress, handmade and sewn by its wearer, contained nothing but natural elements. The royal blue fabric was missing synthetic dyes, hazardous chemicals and processed rayon.