These days, it can be difficult to find someone with a truly distinct style. Dominant fashion brands such as Zara, Topshop, and H&M replicate high fashion trends and provide trendy clothes at an affordable price. One of the biggest target … Continue reading Signature Style: Kenny Chen, Gabi Galvin, Devi Kanagaraj, Jonathan Lopez, Natasha Rembach
Let’s face it—brisk temperatures and blustery winds have finally made their arrivals, and it doesn’t look like they are in a hurry to leave anytime soon. If there’s any must-have item for NYU students this winter, it is a good coat. However, finding a coat that is warm enough for the chilliest days and doesn’t look too bulky can sometimes be a challenge. Thankfully, designers have shown off countless options for staying warm and looking stylish on the Fall/Winter runways, and students can easily emulate them on a college budget. Pastels Pastel hues are no longer reserved for spring and sunny weather! … Continue reading Staying Chic in Wintertime Coats
In 1995, Galliano got his first big break when he was appointed the head designer of Givenchy. He was the first British designer to head a French couture house. Two years later he moved to Christian Dior for fifteen years. Season … Continue reading John Galliano: A Deserved Return?
As the cold weather creeps in, so does the thick and cozy clothing into our closets. In her New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 collection, Marissa Webb reminds us that we can still be stylish and stay warm at the … Continue reading High Fashion, College Wallet: Marissa Webb
A model in the fashion industry appears to have one of the most glamorous professions in the world. They are rich, beautiful, and have some of the most exclusive merchandise at their fingertips. However, these perceptions are part of the … Continue reading Model Health: All Things Considered
Fashion is the product of an equation. Fashion is only reached when it is produced by both elements of style and the fashion industry. While style is the expression of the self, the fashion industry is the force that commercializes … Continue reading More than Skin Deep: Fashion as a Business of Art
The actor and the character—two entities that are almost indistinguishable in our current media world have now become even more intertwined. Thanks to a shifting focus on how characters are dressed and the accessibility of their clothing for the general … Continue reading On-Screen Fashion and the Creativity Complex: All Things Considered