DIY Clothing hangers

Living in the city for two years has taught me many things. One of the harder lessons I had to learn was that when it comes to my wardrobe, closet space is not the most abundant. My clothes live pretty sandwiched within the miniature built-in closet I have. And clothes… Continued

Street style

Elizabeth Parambath, Pre-junior, Psychology Q: What are you wearing today? A: I am wearing an H&M basic blank tank and rings, an American Rag cream knit cardigan, American Eagle ripped boyfriend jeans and Jeffrey Campbell sandals. Q: When did you begin developing your own style? A: For the longest time,… Continued

Five tips to land a fashion internship

Thousands of college students apply for internships in the fashion industry every year, whether it’s at an in-house brand, a magazine, a public relations company or other organization. However, landing an internship role in the fashion industry has become increasingly competitive over the past few years. Those who are hoping… Continued

Labor Day outfit do’s and don’ts

With Labor Day just around the corner, now is the perfect time to plan the perfect outfit for whatever you might be doing that day. Whether it is a picnic, beach day or a barbeque, make sure you dress to impress. Do: -Wear white clothing or accessories. After all, it… Continued

Street Style: Ariane Heffinck

Ariane Heffinck, senior, sociology with an international area studies minor Q: What are you wearing today? A: Michael Kors sandals, Brandy Melville pants and bag, Forever 21 shirt, Tobi necklace, bracelets from Kenya, and a silver ring from Liberia. Q: How old were you when you developed your own style?… Continued

Five editors every fashion girl must know

Joanna Hillman, style director at Harper’s Bazaar You may recognize Hillman by her signature bright red lips, her illuminating blond hair and her eclectic sense of style. Before landing a job at America’s first fashion magazine, Hillman worked as an assistant for the highly respected stylist Lori Goldstein. During that… Continued

In Her Bag: Jane Raese

Jane Raese, a pre-junior photography student, showed that she is prepared for anything when she emptied out her trendy and unfailing Kate Spade New York bag and revealed what’s inside. “People always complain about how heavy their purses are, yet I would rather carry a heavy purse because more than… Continued

DIY Pressed Botanicals

Finally, a chance to put your old textbooks to use! This do-it-yourself project is a great way to preserve old flowers and decorate your apartment. Although the work may take about three days to complete, these pressed botanicals are incredibly easy to make. Plus, you can use several types of… Continued

Student Snapshot: Nick Kramer

“Everybody has their own story, their own reality.” These words are the foundation of False Reality Clothing Co., created by Drexel’s own Nick Kramer and his brother, Nathaniel Kramer of Rutgers University. Nick Kramer, a pre-junior graphic design student, decided to start a menswear fashion line to showcase a range of… Continued

CFDA announces winners

The Council of Fashion Designers of America hosted its 13th annual Fashion Awards ceremony at the Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts June 2. The winners this year included Joseph Altuzarra for his brand Altuzarra, Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow for Public School, and Mary-Kate… Continued