So You Want to Dress: Y2K

It may be a new year, but when it comes to fashion, we’re back in 2000. Velour, micro-skirts and platform flip-flops make up the quintessential Y2K look, and style columnist Lisa Gorelik CM ’25 has all the tips.

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Fashion Column: Bargains At The Rose Bowl Flea Market

  Orange National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) jumpsuits, 1920s sequin dresses, and red cowboy boots are some of the gems you can find at the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California. Open every second Sunday of the month, the market features over 2,500 vendors that offer everything from

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FASHION COLUMN: Sheenie Yip on the Artistry of Identity and Consumption

It is certainly difficult to mitigate the contest between the pitfalls of consumerism and an interest in fashion. Clothing, after all, is a wearable expression of materialism. But fashion is also an integral aspect of people’s ability to create a sense of identity. For some, it can be a safety

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Student Designer Spotlight: Senqué Little-Poole PO ’19

This week, I sat down with artist and designer Senqué Little-Poole PO ’19. Senqué is a member of the art collective Adisa Studios, which is hosting a preview party at The Hive on April 28 from 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. In his beautifully curated room, adorned with colorful curtains and lights, Senqué talked

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Student Designer Spotlight: Ellie Abrams PO’17

This week, I sat down with Ellie Abrams PO ’17, designer of bean.works. Ellie has been embroidering hats, jeans, and tees featuring her artwork. We discussed her fashion evolution with regard to femininity, sexuality, and self-expression. Check out @bean.works on instagram if you are interested in seeing more of her

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