Elina Arbo

  • July 20, 2018By Elina Arbo

    Iris van Herpen holds a non-traditional view on fashion. We oftentimes view the arts as a completely separate entity from the sciences, two paths that never cross. However, van Herpen opens her audience to new ideas, providing a bridge between the two antithetical worlds. Once again, we are shown the importance of interdisciplinary practices, which

  • April 14, 2018By Elina Arbo

    Admist centuries of hyper-masculinity, men are taught to be dominating forces and are deterred from anything deemed effeminate or emotional. This expectation is highly unrealistic and breeds a society that is relentless, unforgiving and essentially toxic. Even from a young age, masculine expecations are instilled impacting generations upon generations. However, the younger years tend to

  • January 20, 2018By Elina Arbo

    New York Fashion Week is conceivably one of the largest celebrations taking place to debut the world of fashion and its newly-released collections. However, Alexander Wang recently announced that this celebration is no longer to take place for his brand. At his #Wangfest party in Bushwick, Wang publicized that his collections will begin a new

  • January 15, 2018By Elina Arbo

    The fashion world is constantly evolving, as crossroads of interdisciplinary designs collide, creating new universes of their own. However, it is the break in unconventionality that keeps the world of design thriving and allows the influence of fashion and style to continue to develop into dimensions of their own. Each piece adds to the stars in

  • December 12, 2017By Elina Arbo

    This poem commemorates those that perished in the Armenian Genocide because not many are even aware of this event that took place in history. After countless nights of writing research papers on this subject, I wanted to communicate this topic in a different medium—one of my first poems:   One hundred and two years of