June 28, 2022

Moka Bellaire


WVU professor and college students produce vogue magazine | Davis College of Agriculture, Purely natural Means and Design and style

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The language of modernity is composed not only of terms, but of art, passion and variety, one West Virginia University professor and her course learned through curating a fashion promotion blog and magazine titled “La Mod.” 

Knowing how important weblogs and journals are for the style business, Sunidhi Mehta, assistant professor of fashion, gown and merchandising in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Methods and Style and design, incorporated both into her fashion promotion class.  

“I understood it would be great to instruct these abilities to college students as an educational experience to better prepare them for their sector work,” she said. “This era of students is very hands on, prefer active learning and project-dependent studying.” 

College students labored in teams to produce articles and pictures, organize photo shoots, work as products and bring in styles for the assignment.  

“This provides them very good creating practical experience for style journalism or general public relations,” Mehta included.  

Senior fashion, dress and merchandising major Julie Sabol helped write “Age of The Creator,” a story about what it is like to be a social media influencer. 

The posting features before and right after pictures of a number of products to present that even while everything appears to be excellent on social media, it is not. 

“The entire plan is that not just about every picture is what it seems,” she said. “We offered side-by-facet images – 1 from the photograph shoot and an edited model. The 2nd just one is this awesome photo that appears to be almost nothing like what it was.” 

Article in La Mod

She said she preferred doing a more serious-environment assignment and was stunned by how quickly it all came collectively. 

Taylor Frame, also a fashion, costume and merchandising senior, took a different tack in her writing, focusing on slow fashion and how it rewards the environment.  

“My group focused on overproduction of garments and how to combat that,” she reported. “Thirty per cent of outfits in shop are hardly ever offered. The still left-over clothing sits in stock, landfills or even stop up getting burned.” 

Writing something that wasn’t a standard time period paper gave Frame a more creative outlet and authorized her to learn how to compose blogs in addition to the topics. 

Mehta needed the weblogs and various posts to be an instructional device not just for the personal writers but for the total course. Body stated her favorite article was about sustainable solutions to fast manner providers. 

“Fast style is massive. Shein and Forever 21 are rapid creating outfits and it’s really bad for the atmosphere. I discovered about alternatives to people corporations that are sustainable and provide clothes that are just as sweet but extra moral,” she explained.  

The educational knowledge was not only minimal to pupils as Mehta learned never to undermine the potential of her students and their capabilities. She also considered the affect it could have for the WVU community and engaging with a broader viewers.  

“It presents us an opportunity to showcase what our students are capable of and what they are developing. It gives us a wonderful platform to showcase our students’ work online while supplying us a stronger web existence,” she stated. 



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Davis Faculty of Agriculture, Purely natural Assets and Layout
304-293-2381 Lindsay.Willey@mail.wvu.edu

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