The University of Cincinnati's annual College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning fashion show always features designs fit for the world's fashion capitals, and director Laurie Wilson said 2018's iteration will more than live up to audiences' expectations. "The show this year, I think, is going to be extremely exciting because of the diversity of the designs that are being created by our seniors for their capstone collections," she said. One of those seniors, Tara Guillozet, spent three months learned to embroider haute couture in Paris' Ecole Lesage, where experts stitch detailed designs onto gowns created by Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior. She's hoping the lessons she learned there will help her travel again. "I'm really looking to go out to the west coast," she said. "I've never been out to California and L.A." She added that her collection, which she said was inspired by the 1920s, blends "over-the-top embellishment" with grace and poise by incorporating unusual materials such as chainmail. Ah, spring! It's when flowers bloom, newborn lambs prance among the honeysuckle, and millions of termites erupt from the earth with two goals: Expand the colony and feast. "As soon as spring hits, all the swarmers come out," exterminator Eric Scherzinger said. They frequently grow their colonies in homes that already have human tenants, causing up to $5 billion in United States property damage every year. That's where Scherzinger enters the picture, wading into homes that have thousands -- sometimes hundreds of thousands -- of unwelcome guests. Most homeowners would prefer they never had to call him, of course. Scherzinger sympathizes. Here are his tips to keep termite colonists from making your home their buffet.
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