Quinlan Wilhite Brand: Qmulative Quinlan Wilhite is the designer of Qmulative, a local streetwear brand, and an emerging designer in this year’s Phoenix Fashion Week Designer Bootcamp. When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, Wilhite jumped at the chance to help with a specially designed t-shirt. Wilhite worked with World Care, a Tucson based organization that […]
Each year, Urbanite Runway participates in Fashion Revolution Week, a global movement to raise awareness in the fashion industry about sustainability. The movement was spurred from the 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza building, which killed over 1,000 people, many of them factory workers, in Bangladesh. This year, Urbanite Runway decided to interview local Arizonans […]
Nancy Spaulding is the full-time faculty instructor in the Fashion Design Department at Pima Community College’s West Campus in Tucson, Arizona. The Fashion Design and Clothing Department has been at PCC for 40 years, which according to Spaulding, makes PCC the first college in Tucson to offer fashion design courses to students at a higher […]
On this day three years ago, the Rana Plaza garment factory building in Bangladesh collapsed, killing over a thousand people and injuring many more. In addition to a day of remembrance for those who lost their lives, April 24th has since become known as Fashion Revolution Day, where consumers show the tags of their clothing […]
Möda Provŏcateūr is an annual fashion show that is put on by and benefits the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation. The show features a wide range of Tucson’s creative talent in hair, makeup, fashion and dance. Urbanite Runway spoke with SAAF’s Associate Director of Development, Monique Vallery, about what makes this unique fashion show so vital to the local community.