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What "Free the Nipple" and Free the Children Have in Common I’m not here to hate on us millennials. I think we get enough of that in passive-aggressive Wall Street Journal-type articles that lament our “entitlement complexes” invading the workforce. I don’t believe this — I...

MUSE News March 29, 2015 ISSUE X! In case you missed the celebration on Thursday, MUSE launched our tenth issue thanks to all of our amazing executives, print and online contributors, and of course all of our readers and supporters (we couldn’t do it without you...

MUSE NEWS: March 22, 2015 Kat Von D’s lipstick name causes controversy. Fans of Sephora have no doubt run into Kat Von D’s collection of makeup. Having recently released a lipstick in the collection titled “Underage Red”, the tattoo artist and makeup mogul has received a...

MUSE NEWS March 15, 2015 Zoolander Hits The Runway. Actors Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson walked the runway at the Valentino show during Paris Fashion Week, unleashing their inner Derek Zoolander and Hansel McDonald. Apparently the fashion show was their way of announcing the release date...

MUSE NEEDS YOU. In September of 2014, I started my journey at Queen’s University, and man did I feel out of place. I was thrown into a group of strangers while wearing a bright yellow T-shirt, and was forced to learn an entire dance routine to...

MUSE NEWS March 8, 2015 Alexander Wang premieres an archival collection of Balenciaga at Paris Fashion Week. Head designer of Balenciaga, Alexander Wang, presented an archival collection, taking the viewer through many of the iconic moments the fashion house has had. The show began with a...

Winter Whites Five Simple Ways to Incorporate White into Your Winter Wardrobe: Most know by now that wearing white is acceptable post Labour Day, although most don’t know how to wear the shade appropriately in the winter. Colour is key. When wearing heavy whites (coats, sweaters, etc.), shades...

MUSE NEWS February 1, 2015 Naomi Campbell walks the runway as a bridal bouquet for Jean Paul Gaultier’s couture show. The collection was inspired by bridal wear and was appropriately named “61 Façons de Se Dire ‘Oui’”, or “61 Ways to Say ‘Yes’”. The show featured fun...