Sophomores reestablish the fashion club

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Addison Locke

Sophomores, Nolan Murphy, Jesper Lesher, Lulu Bond and Paula MacMillian create style moodboards for the Fashion History Club.

Addison Locke

 Fashion is a way of self expression for many students at Lincoln. When you walk through the halls, you can spot fashion styles from multiple different eras. There are prominent trends from the 80s, 90s and a resurgence of fashion from the early 2000s. 

“My favorites are the 90’s and early 2000’s,” says Co-President, Bella Moore. “I don’t wear them often, but low waisted jeans are super cool. I really like Juicy Couture as well.” 

 The Fashion History Club was recently started up again by sophomores Bella Moore and Nolan Murphy. With many students at Lincoln interested in fashion, the club already has over 60 members who want to learn about the art and history of fashion.

 “I want to deepen my knowledge about fashion,” says Moore. 

 The club was restarted this year, after Moore and Murphy decided to lead the club. Murphy was in the club last year and had an unfulfilling experience.

 “I did fashion club last year and it was terrible. I’m not going to sugarcoat it, but I actually really liked it for the one meeting that went well and was organized,” he said. “I wanted to start my own and make it a fun and good experience! Make it so anyone can learn what they want to!” 

The new club has been able to give students various ways to incorporate a deeper understanding of fashion, while keeping the meetings interesting and exciting, such as interactive clothing swaps and interesting discussions. 

“We are going to learn about different histories of different trends and brands, how to predict trends and maybe fashion moodboards to show everyones’ personal styles. Maybe even learn some basic sewing techniques. Whatever we feel like are going to be fun topics,” explains Murphy. 

If you are interested and want to give Fashion History Club a try; you can check out the club page on Lincoln’s website