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Street Fashion: Anthony Davila

Street Fashion: Anthony Davila

Christian Duarte, Staff Writer
January 29, 2016
Filed under Humans of El Modena (HOEM), Style

Everybody has their own unique style, and for senior Anthony Davila, style is a “reflection of your inner self.” Davila got into fashion back when he first moved to Ohio. His uncles had given him $200 and told him to get some new clothes. He put it all on a pre-paid card and went shopping online...

Gender Neutrality For Makeup

Gender Neutrality For Makeup

Scarlet Edwards, Staff Writer
January 26, 2016
Filed under Style

  In the past few years, makeup has evolved into something that can transform the appearance of a person’s face structure and enhance one’s best features. It used to be only acceptable for women, but with these new extremities, some daring men have decided they want to join in on the fun.  ...

Abbey Gaumer The Dreamer

Abbey Gaumer The Dreamer

Sarah Davenport, Staff Writer
January 19, 2016
Filed under El Mo News, Style

Sophomore Abbey Gaumer has always had a passionate interest in expressing herself through makeup and fashion. Gaumer is known for creating unique makeup looks and sporting artsy outfits. Frontline was given the opportunity to know more about her life and interests. Frontline: "What is your inspiration for your makeup...

Fun Socks on the Rise

Fun Socks on the Rise

Scarlet Edwards, Staff Writer
January 6, 2016
Filed under Style

  A couple of years ago, Active socks began rapidly gaining popularity. They’re still worn, to some extent, but there isn’t as big of a craze surrounding them now. It’s becoming more and more clear that people are looking for something different and more expressive to wear on their feet. What be...

Some Support for Small Businesses

Some Support for Small Businesses

Presley Lozano, Style Editor
December 11, 2015
Filed under Feature, Style

During the holiday season, advertisements leak dozens of potential gifts and deals to appeal to the common eye. One might see these ads as many as ten times a day whether it be on the internet, television, radio, via e-mail, billboard... The list goes on. These over-commercialized products are general...

Outfits for a Rainy Day

Outfits for a Rainy Day

Sabrina McDaniel, Photographer
December 9, 2015
Filed under Style

  In Southern California, rain is a rare occurrence. Rainy days are perfect opportunities to wear what Californians usually cannot. The best way to dress for a rainy day is to layer up.          Girls’ essentials for a rainy day are any kind of boots, a sweater, and a good jacket. ...

Sneaker Enthusiasts or Impulsive Shoppers?

Sneaker Enthusiasts or Impulsive Shoppers?

Christian Duarte, Staff Writer
December 4, 2015
Filed under Style

The term “sneakerhead” is defined by Urban Dictionary as, “a person who collects limited, rare, OG, or flat out exclusive kicks. Usually the collection consists of Jordans or Dunks,” but it doesn’t stop there. “Sneakerheads” are a community of people that gather at events such as Sneake...

Art From the Heart and Soul

Art From the Heart and Soul

Alexandra Christensen, Staff Writer
November 25, 2015
Filed under Columns, Style

 Throughout the countries India, Pakistan, Africa, and the Middle East, the art of drawing hennas has been practiced. Hennas have been around for over 5,000 years.    They were originally used to help cool down the body. There had to be some way to help keep the temperature down for those who l...

Wonderful New Winter Trends

Wonderful New Winter Trends

Presley Lozano, Style Editor
November 13, 2015
Filed under Style, Uncategorized

Turtle-Necks Remember being forced to wear those itchy turtlenecks as a kid? Well those childhood sweaters are back, but with more style and comfort. This winter turtlenecks will provide warmth, and will be looser around the neck, giving additional sense of coziness. Trench Coats Trenchcoats are...

Daughter of the Year

Sarah Davenport, Staff Writer
October 27, 2015
Filed under Columns, Media&Arts, Style

Most people know Johnny Depp for his charisma and versatility on the big screen. Being one of the most talented actors of his time, Depp has played countless unforgettable characters such as the clever Jack Sparrow from "Pirates of the Caribbean" and the gentle monster Edward in "Edward Scissorhands."...

DIY Costume: Pokemon Trainer

Scarlet Edwards, Staff Writer
October 20, 2015
Filed under Style

  This year, sophomore Justin Ellis is making his own costume, transforming into a Pokemon trainer. Ellis chose to be this because he enjoys Pokemon and it could double as a Comic Con costume. He made the costume mostly with clothes he already had, but admits to buying a few items from Amazon. Ellis...

Red Ribbon Week Fashion

Red Ribbon Week Fashion

Mackenzie Watkins, Advertising Editor
October 19, 2015
Filed under Showcase, Style

  As always, El Modena High School is a very big advocate for a drug free environment. With this pledge to be drug free, the school participates in Red Ribbon Week which is held at countless schools during October. This week promotes staying clean and true to yourself to help students have a chance...

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