They say fashion is cyclical, if that’s so, what were the origins of mom jeans, and how did they come back in style after the 90210 ‘80s era? What makes the classic high waist, straight leg jean so popular for millennials? And why is there such a negative connotation surrounding them?
By Masako Y., guest columnist Photos by Masako Y. and illustration by Alissa Pivaral As an aspiring menswear designer and Ink Magazine staff member, my current and longtime obsession has been denim and more specifically, jeans. Denim is one of the most iconic and versatile pieces of fabric that is rich in history and legacy. […]
Campuses across the nation may be out for the summer, but class is officially in session here at INK. It seems that many of us can spout off names like Givenchy and Raf Simons, but do we even know why they’re worth mentioning at all? In our latest feature, we’ll be uncovering the various […]