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Analyzing fashion in Howl’s Moving Castle

Julia Kim, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Studio Ghibli’s film “Howl’s Moving Castle” (2004) remains a prominent piece of media in the realm of animation, winning various accolades at the 61st Venice International Film Festival and Mainichi...

Junior Nora Croom pouts and holds a peace sign on her way to class 3rd hour. Her flower-child 60s inspired outfit comes from the theater costume closet, as she is close with the costumer of the choir program.

Throwback Thursday sparks student spirit

Audrey Snyder February 28, 2020

On Thursday, Feb. 27 students dressed up for “Decade’s day,” donning outfits from decades assigned to each class. Freshman wore fashion from the 50’s, sophomores dressed like the 60’s, juniors...

Culture of the Decade

Culture of the Decade

Anna Xu January 7, 2020

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Zöe and Lux Payne share all their outfits, and they are inspired by their mom who picks them out.

The festival’s most fashionable

Audrey Snyder October 2, 2019

On Sunday, Sept. 29, the final day of Roots ‘n Blues, attendees walked around hot and sweaty, exhausted in the humid 93°F day. In the dog days of summer, most of Columbia wore whatever outfit they could...

Austin Stewart, 10 (left). Kaiden Stoffer, 10 (right)

Cowboy up

Ana Manzano October 1, 2019

tudents and faculty geared up for today's spirit week theme, Ranch, by wearing plaid shirts, cowboy boots, jeans, cowboy hats and other country attire. Some students even went so far as to don outfits...

Roots N Blues: The Festivals Most Fashionable

Roots N Blues: The Festival’s Most Fashionable

Audrey Snyder October 1, 2019

On Sunday, Sept. 29, the final day of Roots N Blues, attendees walked around hot and sweaty, exhausted in the humid 93°F day. In the dog days of summer, most of Columbia wore whatever outfit they could...

The modern gent, a December lookbook

The modern gent, a December lookbook

Will Napier December 19, 2018

oots are one of my favorite pieces, as there are so many styles with endless possibilities for outfits. From Chelsea boots to Chukkas, Timberlands to Dr. Martens, boots are one of the most eye catching...

Photo by Will Napier

The modern gent, a November lookbook

Will Napier November 10, 2018

Style and expression, in recent years, has become a big part of my life. Before high school, I didn’t really care what I wore. I focused on comfort rather than color coordination or anything else. When...

Padded shoulders and feminism: the cyclical nature of fashion

Padded shoulders and feminism: the cyclical nature of fashion

Rachael Erickson May 21, 2018

[dropcap style="simple" size="5"]T[/dropcap]he past year has seen significant changes in American popular culture. In the aftermath of the 2016 federal elections, politics and especially the conservative...

This photo was taken by Bailey Stover

Students take interest in fashion forward trends

Bailey Stover May 16, 2018

For countless children growing up, their families called them pet-names such as “sweetie,” “silly-bear” and “snugabug.” This was no different for junior Piper Page, whose parents declared her...

Style and Expression at RBHS

Style and Expression at RBHS

Will Napier May 4, 2018

“Style and what you wear is really just how you express yourself; it’s what you’re inspired by and what you soak up,” said G-Eazy, a Californian hip-hop artist who has in recent years gotten attention...

“I have been getting the back of my head shaved and colored for the last year. This is the first time I’ve ever done more than two colors. I have a lot of fun with it because you can hide it, show it or do whatever with it depending on the mood you’re in. It’s an easy way to be fun and funky. Fashion at True/False showcases different people from across the world, and for people here in Missouri its an opportunity for them to express themselves. That’s the fun thing about the weekend; getting to showcase yourself and your style.” -- Pass Holder outside Missouri United Methodist Church

Fashion of True/False

George Frey March 5, 2018

True/False, a celebration filled with colorful, eclectic people to say the least. It's a showcase of Columbia’s self-expression. Part film festival, part concert, part public art exhibition and, of course,...

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