So hot right now
Savion Cotten is the definition of California cool, whether he’s cheering on the Baylor Bears from the sidelines as a Co-Ed cheerleader, walking across campus for class, or just hanging out with friends. In his denim and Vans, Savion is this week’s SHRN.
Bold, unique, and unafraid to experiment, Jazz Aurora is paving the way in what it means to be confident in yourself. Growing up in a town that challenged her style only motivated her to creatively express herself, even creating her own clothing line. Jazz’s fearless and original style makes her this week’s So Hot Right Now!
Kaitlyn Cameron, who prefers going by Cameron, boasts a classic, clean style with an eye for anything chic and simple. Inspired by her new home in Santa Barbara, California, her taste in basics combined with a flair for accessories and shoes makes her deserving of this week’s So Hot Right Now.
In a time of walls and racial tension, fashion may be the only thing that unites the world. The fashion scene is one of the only places that people can come together as creators of expression and acceptance. Fashion is a safe place and a comfort for many.
April has been showered in a new season of fashion trends, which means there’s plenty of time to update your wardrobe so May can be showered in the hottest styles. Buttoned has created a list of what needs to be in your closet this spring. Check it out!
February is known for several things: Valentine’s Day, false spring, and of course, Black History Month. It’s no coincidence that many of the best unsung fashion designers were overlooked due to their race, and it's time that their names become more familiar within our world of fashion. So, here are just three of the many names to give you some vintage fashion vibes all year round.
Can someone say #girlboss? Christi Hurst is a business mogul, having founded Spice Village, and now runs two boutiques on Austin Avenue: one dedicated to her own interior design business, and one to her manufactured luxury bedding.
Fresh out of college, Caleb Ray uses string, nails, and wood to create beautifully intricate works of art that adorn the walls of houses and dorm rooms everywhere.
Dallas city girl, AJ Johnson, is fresh out of college and is a watercolor queen. A San Diego native, Johnson takes inspiration from all over and from “all things happy.” Her business, Pretty On Paper, started out small and has since exploded into what it is today. We are excited to give you a preview of her vibrant art!
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