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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Co-founder Patrick Brown-Hayes works at his sewing machine at the Killer Clothing Collective in Lewiston, Idaho.

Killer deals without killing the planet

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor December 2, 2021

Jordan Peck and Patrick Brown-Hayes are shaking the foundations of the fashion industry one piece of upcycled clothing at a time.  The co-founders of The Killer Clothing Collective opened their...

The production of fast-fashion clothing leads to excess textile waste and horrific environmental impacts.

Humanity, fashion not mutually exclusive

MIA PUZZO, Evergreen columnist December 2, 2021

Sustainability in fashion is becoming heavily addressed as many brands start to move away from fast-fashion production models. Due to environmental and ethical concerns like textile waste and unfair...

You know when students fail an assignment so miserably that the teacher makes the whole class redo it? Yeah, this is like that.

SATIRE: Second chance at Met Gala theme

KESTRA ENGSTROM, Evergreen columnist September 19, 2021

The annual Met Gala, often thought of as the fashion event of the year, took place on Monday of last week. After being delayed for a year because of COVID-19, the elite of our country proved, with the...

Dunbar released a gender-neutral clothing line.

OPINION: Tear away gender norms, wear what you love

PORTIA SIMMONS February 18, 2021

A lot has changed in a relatively short period of time. As we started a new decade, more talk about uniqueness, acceptance and breaking gender norms began to circulate. One way we can start breaking...

Fashion changes every year and people follow changes every decade.

WSU’s online resources make learning about fashion accessible

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor February 4, 2021

Style is an outward expression of yourself, and although it might not fit in with current trends, it’s still important to express yourself in that way — even if others think you look foolish for not...

The students employed at Michelles Closet are all fashion or business majors.

Teacher, National Guard member runs local consignment shop

HANNAH FLORES February 2, 2021

Before opening her consignment shop, Michelle’s Closet, founder Michelle Kelly struggled to find variety at retail outlets on the Palouse.  In 2019, Kelly and her husband opened the shop hoping...

Kelly Jensen graduated from WSU in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in apparel merchandising. After working in retail for a few years, she decided to start her own clothing brand called Rollick.

WSU alumna will not ‘play by other people’s rules’

HANNAH FLORES December 3, 2020

When Kelly Jensen attended Catholic school, free dress day once a month was the make or break moment to show off her personal style.  Although fashion was not always in her career plan, Jensen...

Michelles Closet in downtown Pullman opened last year and offers shoppers affordable clothing prices with a brand-new clothing look.

Pullman consignment shop creates boutique experience

SANDI KOBIESA, Managing editor September 27, 2020

Michelle’s Closet celebrated its one-year anniversary last week. Owner Michelle Kelly said she remembered being a student at WSU and noticing there were no consignment shops within walking distance.  “I...

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