Designers are continuously question and bend the gender binary in modern fashion. Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing joins the growing list of other designers straying from women’s clothing stereotypes in his newest Ready-to-Wear collection. The animalistic runway harmonizes with the theme in the clothing: … Continue reading High Fashion, College Wallet: Balmain F/W 2017
YouTube has come a long way from the home videos of 2005, shot on a grainy webcam with enthusiasm and spontaneity. Today, YouTube has become a community of leaders with millions of subscribers and elaborate high-quality videos. “Beauty and style” … Continue reading 4 YouTube “Gurus” For the College Student
New York City, a place widely known for having everything and more, seems to be lacking in one particular category: fashion diversity. The accessibility of plus-size clothing in the scope of fashion has often been a widely scrutinized topic. According to … Continue reading Is Plus-Size Fashion Accessible at NYU?
Kanye West has many titles: rapper, visionary, father of North and Saint West, self-proclaimed God, and husband of Kim Kardashian. To some, he may also be an innovative force in fashion, as his clothing and footwear empire has sold millions around the world. However, … Continue reading Men’s Heels, Still Up In The Air
If Diane Von Furstenberg’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection is any indication, nineties fashion is here to stay. High-waisted trousers with jewel-toned stripes and oversized blazers are reminiscent of outfits seen on Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills, 90210. Chunky sequins … Continue reading High Fashion, College Wallet: Diane Von Furstenberg F/W 2017
CollegeFashionista is one of the most widely recognized sources for style trends on college campuses. This blog, launched in 2009, is written by college students, or “style gurus,” and allows a place for other students to view their fashionable peers. … Continue reading Kate Goodman on Being a Style Guru
Fashion in the 2000s undeniably brought about some kitschy looks. This period of fashion was defined by style revived from the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s and introduced the world to cult pieces like Juicy Couture and Von Dutch. Although this … Continue reading 2000’s Fashion: Don’t Say Bye-Bye-Bye Just Yet
Finding the perfect hair product can take years of searching stores and throwing money at expensive and ineffective product. Even then, one might still settle for a product that works in some ways, but falls short in others. As a … Continue reading Is Customizable Hair Care Really Possible?
This season’s New York Fashion Week saw an appearance from the Wild Wild West via Coach. Stuart Vevers’s collection, titled “Coach 1941,” caught the attention of the crowd against a backdrop of a barren desert and a runway lined with grassy … Continue reading High Fashion, College Wallet: Coach 1941
You might see Gallatin sophomore Lindsay Karchin on campus, running from her classes in Stern to class in Gallatin. You might spot her bustling backstage at the Gallatin Fashion Show in the Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre. You also might see … Continue reading The Power of Makeup with Lindsay Karchin