The Aragon Outlook dives into the “sneakerhead” community, looking at the rise of the footwear industry and speaking to a dedicated sneaker collector.
Many students at Aragon take pride in the clothes they wear because of the fact that it is a means of expression. Though style is not defined by one thing, in this video, students speak about what fashion means to them.
Discrimination is ever present in the modeling industry, but there’s hope for change in campaigns and movements within the industry.
Professional textile and fabric consultant Pam Mc-Carthy Hudson and AP Psychology teacher Carlo Corti reveal their knowledge about the sources of trends that surround all of us.
Socially conscious shopping is becoming a big trend.
Everyday, students make fashion choices about what outfit they’re going to wear to school. While there are endless combinations to choose from, certain brands or types of clothing tend to be more popular than others.
Cheering atop the bleachers during a rally, senior Avery Gonzalez jumped and accidentally hurled his phone through the air. It hit a light in the ceiling and ultimately plummeted to the ground. Thanks to his Lifeproof case, Gonzalez walked away without a single crack in his phone.
Sophomore Jason Pisa owns a lot of shoes—so many that he’s not sure of the number. “I don’t know, I’ve never counted,” he says. “Twenty?” But after thinking, Pisa says that 20 is not even the total number—20 is just the number of shoes he wears regularly. “I actually own around 30. My shoes are mainly athletic shoes,” he says. “I’d say I have 24 [pairs] of them. I guess…
Junior Brian Huang and alum Brandon Leow co-founded the clothing startup Simplistic Apparel in 2012.
In 2001, 7,000 emergency room visits were caused by backpacks.