One Baylor student, who began selling her own fashion products in high school, has big plans to use faith in her future fashion career.
The apparel program at Baylor has been ranked among the top 32 most influential fashion schools in the world by fashionplaytes.com.
Three students in the Accelerated Ventures Program at Baylor started a business centered on the Baylor plaid: Dapper Bear Clothiers.
The Accelerated Ventures Program is a two-semester course in which students are given $5,000 to start their own business.
By Kat Worrall Reporter After the viral Pinterest success of one tribal print sweater, Baylor alumnae Katie Henry and Emily Rawls have continued to use the social media site to boost their online fashion store, Paizlee. Henry and Rawls, who graduated from Baylor in May 2008, started Paizlee as a
Mesquite junior Deondria Murphy won Baylor’s first-ever Miss Green and Gold Pageant on Friday in Waco Hall, beating out 20 other Baylor beauties. Murphy will move on to compete in Miss Texas, and the winner of Miss Texas competes in Miss America.
Q: How long have you been doing pageants?
A: Well, actually this was my very first pageant. I saw a flier and thought, “I could see what this is about it.” I wanted to experience something new.
The students who started Luxurylites.com are doing business again, and this time, their focus is fashion.
The beta version of Zafaré, the social media platform for fashion, will be available for purchase in the app store today.
When I entered the Spirit Halloween store off of Valley Mills Drive, a colorful neon clown greeted me, bloody mallet in hand. It became clear that Halloween has come much farther than orange and black.
But how far is too far?
In an unlikely pairing of two worlds, a new business recently started by three Baylor students aims to combine the selling of luxurious, high-fashion products with the humanitarianism of fighting third-world poverty.
Kith + Kin, whose name is derived from the word kinfolk or community of people, was founded earlier this semester by Waco senior Christen Batson, Fort Worth senior Meredith Noles and Dallas senior Jeffrey Sholden. The company was created as part of Baylor’s Accelerated Ventures program, a course that funds students for the opportunity to create real businesses and make real profits over a two-semester period. Kith + Kin utilizes a unique business model to sell high-quality leather bags, which are designed by Noles here in Waco, but manufactured by former prostitutes in Rwanda.
By Adam Harris Reporter Though the tradition of giving mums for homecoming has faded on college campuses, many recognize the custom from their high school years. The gift of this flower, decorated with elaborate ribbons, made a homecoming date official and used to be a big part of the university’s
You wouldn’t guess that by purchasing a hot pink, lacy lingerie ensemble that, ahem, glows in the dark, you’d be waging war against breast cancer.
But, in fact, October is the month when fashion and beauty forces rally for this cause, offering a staggering number of products to fight the disease. (For the record, this includes fluorescent undies by Cosabella.)
So, really, buy a little something.