"Through a kaleidoscope, one sees various images, and it is because of the different patterns and colors that we see a beautiful reflection. Once a kaleidoscope is shaken, it never repeats the same patterns or colors again; a new image takes its place."
Our mission is to see our society through a "fashion scope" in which we find beauty in physical diversity. Kaleidoscope will redefine fashion, since it is more than just clothes, shoes, and accessories. It is an art, and Kaleidoscope intends to capture its forms.
Kaleidoscope endeavors to represent the importance of one's internal beauty through one's Spirit. The magazine will not reflect any material that is inappropriate or contradicts with the mission of displaying modest yet various fashion style.
Kaleidoscope is the University of Chapel Hill's student run fashion magazine, founded in 2002 by Ndidi Okeagu. Membership and participation in this organization are open without regard to age, race, color, gender, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. All potential members are first required to apply for a staff position and once appointed, pay club dues.
Kaleidoscope is published four times a year. Each issue is distributed throughout the university campus and at a semi annual magazine release party and fashion show held at the end of each semester. The Fall 2008 semester's magazine release party and fashion show was held on November 20, 2008 at La Résidence on Rosemary Street in Chapel Hill.