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

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

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

Triangle Talks with Yi Deng

Yi Deng, a second-year graduate fashion design student, recently won the $25,000 merit-based Geoffrey Beene Design Scholarship for fashion design. The Triangle: How does it feel to win the Geoffrey Beene Design Scholarship? Yi Deng: It feels like dream, but a dream come true. I am very excited and even… Continued

Street Style

Xiwen Miao | Finance & Accounting | Sophomore Wearing: Just Something camouflage shirt, shorts from boutique in Hong Kong, Now leather boots and Urban Outfitters sunglasses  Q. How would you describe your personal style? A. My personal style is simple yet comfortable. I tend to wear a lot of black:… Continued

Breaking Retail Ground

Independent and international retailers alike are breaking ground in Philadelphia, with a slew of stellar new shops opening this spring and summer. UNIQLO According to Racked Philly, UNIQLO, which celebrated its grand opening at King of Prussia Mall is only the first of three locations to reside in the Philadelphia… Continued

Co-op Style: Jason Mobley

As every co-op cycle begins, a new round of students begins working as full-time employees at major-related companies. Often, many companies require a certain dress code for their employees to wear business casual attire. For women, this usually means an outfit that is classy, modest and neutrally colored. As for… Continued

Charles James: Beyond Fashion

Every year, the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents an exhibition dedicated to either a designer or a specific time period in fashion. Held between the months of May and August, the exhibition invites thousands of people from all over the world to take a look at… Continued