Celine vs. Céline
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  Just three weeks before his debut show for the French fashion house, Hedi Slimane announced the brand’s sudden name change from Céline to Celine. Slimane’s decision to reinstate the brand’s logo from the 60’s was met with fierce resistance. … Read More

Sarah Burack on Gardening, Incense, and Early-Morning Creativity
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  In a sunlit corner of Kingsbury, Rose Ho and Mikki Janower spent an afternoon crafting, gardening and trading stories with recent WashU graduate Sarah Burack.   align=center   Sarah is currently living and working in the South of France. … Read More

Men’s Self Care: Importance Beyond Gender
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Written in collaboration with the editorial team at For Hims Self-care is an essential part of a person’s day. It allows us to unwind, relax and treat ourselves so we are able to handle the insane amount of stress we … Read More

A Shift Towards the Minimal
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2017 was a major year for the beauty industry. With the rise of brands like Milk Makeup, Fenty Beauty, and Glossier, a trend in the beauty world has become clear, Minimalism. Over the past few years, Youtube and Instagram trends … Read More

Fenty Beauty: A Step Forward For The Beauty Industry
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If you follow anyone in the beauty industry, even just one influencer, there is no doubt that you have encountered Fenty Beauty. Since Fenty’s release this September, the brand has jump-started a makeup revolution. The brand is known for its … Read More

Backpacks of Washington University
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As students, our backpacks are arguably our most important accessory. They basically serve as extensions of ourselves in our daily lives, containing all of our most important items. It serves to reason that since we carry our backpacks on us … Read More

Urban Exploration: St. Louis Doughnut Crawl 2
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Inspired by our fellow staff members, it was decided to revisit the St. Louis Doughnut Crawl, visiting some old, and some new places where one could find the glazed treat…sometimes straying from what one might recognize as the classic doughnut. … Read More

On Our Radar: Grace Gilbert
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Although Grace Gilbert’s armour. role is all things marketing, her illustrations are constantly called upon too add flair to the website and magazine, including our masthead. Other projects of hers range from projects for her ComDes minor, freelance projects for … Read More

Fashion and Foam: Mud House
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Coffee shops often try to emulate other atmospheres. Denver ski lodge. San Francisco hipster. New York morning hot spot. Paris café. Coffee shops craft their personal style as much as any Sam Fox student. For Mud House on Cherokee Street, … Read More

Street Style: Andre Wagner Inspired
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“The goal for me is to always try and make photographs that are more beautiful than what was photographed.” – Andre Wagner Andre Wagner is a New York based photographer who takes street style photography to a new level. He … Read More

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