Most of us don’t think a whole lot about getting dressed. Sure, we might care about our style, but the actual process of putting on clothes—pants one leg at a time, button through the button hole—is as automatic as breathing.
More than 4,000 Northeastern University students received diplomas Friday, along with a message urging them to embrace curiosity and daydreaming delivered by Paralympic athlete and actress Aimee Mullins.
To this year’s graduates of the “world’s leading university for experiential learning,” Aimée Mullins made the case for the benefits of inexperience—for the “serendipity of surprise” that can only sprout when we leave preconceived notions at the door.
By Yared Tsegaye
Amongst the fastest growing industries is that of the fashion industry, especially in Addis Abeba. Together with this trend, fashion talent incubators are multiplying in number to offer hopeful designers the basics of the field.