Absurd legwear trends, from bell bottoms to overalls.
If you don’t know what LBD stands for, you will after reading this.
Check out these blogs when you’re in a fashion slump.
Some of TV’s hit shows have influenced the fashion industry.
Keep the blues away with bright colors, fun patterns, and cozy pieces that make you smile no matter how much it snows.
Ultimately, it’s better to stray a little from what’s expected than make yourself nervous trying to conform completely to a certain idea.
Tips on winter’s biggest trends.
Because it both entertains and gathers a considerable audience, Project Runway also plays a role in determining what it means to be fashionable.
With any luck, these tips will keep you constantly cozy, as well as fashionable and fabulous.
From “flatforms” to belt purses, learn about the accessories in style this season.
A comprehensive guide to sartorial sustainability
What to wear, when and where
All play and no work makes spring a good time
Galliano scandal turns fashion towards politics
Keep the real world in mind when buying online
Three style blogs that stray from tradition
Dos and Don’ts of the New Year
The three commandments of fashion
From across the pond, a new perspective on American style
Style on film: Documentaries depict the working world of fashion
Clothing amid controversy: Examining American Apparel
Mad Men to Minimalism: A fashion week primer
To pack or not to pack, that is the question
The U of C’s drama queens and kings
New exhibit revisits a West Side fire’s legacy of revenge and grief.
Tradition and training behind the scenes with campus improv troupe
The Darker Side of Light displays darker works from the 19th-century
FOTA holds will be hosting Open Mic Night at Hallowed Grounds next Thursday.
UT makes suffering students feel a little better with stories of pain and suffering.
What happens when your summer project is to make a movie.
The Dean’s Men are putting a modern twist on Shakespeare’s ulta-violent Titus Andronicus for their autumn production. The play begins Thursday, December 3.
Ever wonder how Doc Films comes up with their quarterly film schedule? Well now you can find out, and maybe even get involved in the process yourself.
UT plays the junkyard blues in its own telling of Arrabal’s irreverent drama.
The show’s creators talk about the artistic process and their upcoming performance in Chicago.
Incorporating lively music and numberous monologues, the Young Adult division of Steppenwolf Theatre puts on a faithful rendition of the classic Chicago novel.
The theme of this year’s Chicago Humanities Festival is laughter and includes appearances from Tony Kushner and Matt Groening.
While students prepare to say goodbye to campus life for a few months or for the rest of their lives, Eurydice serves as a reminder of the sorrow of loss—and offers hope of reconnection through love.
Poem Present’s UofChicagoland showcases upcoming poets from the Chicago (and University of Chicago) community.
Sidecar adds a little twist to the ordinary with its new dance performance.
In light of the current recession, Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men couldn’t be more relevant. Fortunately, Steppenwolf for Young Adults’ production allows audiences to experience the classic novel on another level.
Kristina Wong, a multi-talented artist and Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture’s artist-in-residence, has come to the U of C to lead an acting workshop and perform her latest solo show, Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
The Broadway musical transforms common problems with rent and relationships into an entertaining performance with members from the original cast.
University of Chicago librarian Frances McNamara published Death at the Fair, a murder mystery set during the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893. The Maroon sat down with McNamara to discuss her work and plans for the future.
UC Dancers’s new show offers dancing from all perspectives.
Mickle Maher, a Chicago play wright and actor, creates theater in untheatrical settings—panel discussions, lectures, and debates.
The clips we couldn’t stop forwarding in ’08.
At the Theatre at the Center, the holiday season starts with a new twist on that an old Frank Capra story.
The rapport between leads Bernie Mac and Samuel L. Jackson redeems Soul Men‘s unoriginal plot.
UT’s Sketch Show brings the quick-fire wit of Saturday Night Live to Reynold Club’s First Floor Theater.
To condense Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, a 776-page novel, into a three-hour play is no small task. Fortunately, Lookingglass Theatre’s world premiere overcomes this challenge.