As a college student with low funds, it can be easy to fall into the trap of choosing quantity over quality, but VALLEY has a few tips for some fast fashion fixes.
Last Sunday, some of the biggest names in the music industry flocked from all over the world to Bilbao, Spain for the 2018 MTV European…
Andie Walsh has all the makings of a timeless it-girl. With a job at a record store, the ability to pull off bangs that should…
Last Wednesday marked the end of September 2018’s New York Fashion Week – yet another season showcasing the latest collections of the biggest names in…
Skirts are getting shorter and gals are getting stronger. Women’s fashion in 2018 is drastically developing into a more exposed and edgy style. This change…
The 1970s bloomed with a culture of creativity and expression in style and inspired many trends that still influence fashion today. Thanks to music festivals…
Kim Kardashian, Ashley Graham, Nicki Minaj; just a few of the pioneers behind the resurgence of corset belts in fashion. But these strappy accessories are coming back with a new twist.
Fall has finally arrived, bringing with it some of the most iconic autumnal attire for the chilly season.
The fashion industry is constantly changing with an ebb and flow of inspiration. While that freshness comes from established designers, it is also fostered among the few who defy social odds and start their own fashion endeavors before they’ve even reached the age of 20.
Trends come and go every decade; this is something we all collectively observed and even celebrate through retrospective fashion when we wear trends from the 70s, 80s and 90s. But have you ever wondered where and what the trends stem from and how they’re conspired?
Why the color peach is taking over and why Kylie Jenner has everything to do with it.
There’s no denying that Abercrombie and Fitch was the epitome of cool during our middle school days. So, how did it become a store to be avoided like the plague?
Valley has the latest tips and tricks for stepping out of your makeup comfort zone and taking your makeup game to the next level in the new year.
In one way or another, 2016 has been an emotional trip for almost everyone. With this year finally in the past, and 2017 in full swing, here are a few social trends around campus that Valley believes should stay in the past.
Spring/Summer 2017 Fashion Week, notorious for setting the trends we’ll see everywhere this upcoming spring, just hit New York City earlier this month. Valley was there, and we got a sneak peek! So, read on for a leg up on spring’s hottest up-and-coming trends.
The best part about this comeback trend? Chokers are easy to make yourself! Valley sat down with Penn State student and entrepreneur, Jordan Albright, to find out more.
Whether you’re looking for a goofy pin or a trendy one, there’s a million different kinds and plenty to fit your own unique personality and wardrobe. Embrace the individuality of this trend and find the pin that speaks to you!
Grab your suitcase and your ticket, Valley is here to help you pack your bags for your next music festival.
Love Your Melon hats are the newest trend on campus. Not only are they are cute and come in multiple colors, but they support pediatric cancer.
How often do you try on a shirt only to find out it is nearly see through, or discover a pile of knit sweaters that are so thin you would need five just to stay warm? That’s why this fall we’re heading in a new direction: the men’s department.