Fashion Derived from Architecture – Wearing Zaha
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  Buildings and clothes are nominally two very different things, yet they both converge at the point of inhabitable design. Architecture is the creation of livable, usable design, while fashion is the creation of wearable design.  Both of these fields … Read More

East Meets West
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Kimono robes, mandarin collars, qipao dresses, dragon-embroidered shirts—the list goes on, for so many Western trends can be traced back to Eastern cultures. Many of these styles have cultural significances in their own respective countries that are forgotten once brought … Read More

Activities Fair Style Recap
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A style recap from the Washington University Activities Fair!  

It’s Complicated: My Relationship with the “Boyfriend” Look
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Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Wang I live in my “boyfriend” jeans. They sag on my hips. They don’t accentuate any curves I might have hiding away somewhere. They aren’t traditionally flattering, yet they remain one of my most worn articles … Read More

Young & Innovating: Melisa Seah
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  Recently, I caught up with an old friend, Melisa Seah. Back in high school, she started a club called Run Without Boundaries that raised thousands of dollars a year to support local Shanghai charities. Now, attending USC Marshall School of Business … Read More

BOYS: 7 Ways to Up Your Style Game
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1) Wear clothes that fit If it’s baggy, chances are, don’t wear it. This applies especially to jeans, chinos, tee shirts and suit jackets. 2) When in doubt, wear a black tee They’re simple and make everyone look better. They’re great … Read More

BOYS: Why You Should Care About Menswear
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  Disclaimer: I don’t believe that it is a man’s obligation to dress well any more than it is a woman’s. Regardless of where you identify along the gender spectrum, following fashion is a personal choice.   That said, I’d … Read More

Suited: An HBO Documentary Worth Watching
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When many people find themselves in need of a suit, it takes little more than a trip to the closest mall and a jacket and pants off the rack. Most of us give little thought to the privilege we have … Read More

Consumption: Canadian Tuxedo
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Denim. Its original purpose was to steel miners and cowboys against animal hide, terrain, and machinery. When Levi Strauss was founded in 1853, denim went unwashed for months, if not years. An original pair of 501s molded itself to the … Read More

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