Dec. 4, 2015
Street style: Ignacio de Socarraz-Novoa
The Triangle: Since moving from Miami to Philadelphia, do you think your style has changed?
Oct. 9, 2015
Designer Profile: LeGrand Leseur
When we envision a well-dressed man in a nicely tailored suit, that suit would typically be in black or in an unexpected neutral color. However, one local Philadelphia designer is changing the way we envision that garment. 24-year-old LeGrand Leseur is creating tuxedos that push the limits of what we know when it comes to the classic number. With bold colors, attention to detail and innovative designs, Leseur is taking what we know about tuxedos and creating something totally new and exciting.
May. 1, 2015
Men, Co-Op, and Clothes: How to Make It All Work
Coming into Spring Term, you’ve realized a few things; your GPA is on point, you’ve got an awesome co-op, you’re finally learning how not to be awkward, and everything is finally starting to fall into place. But something’s still off. Is your co-op fashion holding you back? Are you running out of steam and laundry? Men, you’re not alone. After interviewing a slew of Drexel’s finest co-opers, we’ve compiled the three biggest fashion struggles of today’s college interns, and have provided some easy, and cheap solutions.
Dec. 7, 2012
The bow tie dates back to the 17th century during the Prussian wars, when Croatian mercenaries used scarves to hold the openings of their shirts together. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the French upper classes used bow ties as a sign of the aristocracy and a fashion-forward royal court. Now, after a slight decline in popularity, the bow tie is back and bolder than ever.
Jun. 7, 2012
Annual fashion show flaunts Westphal seniors’ talent
Thirty-two senior and graduate students from the fashion design program showed off their own collections June 2 during two runway shows at the annual fashion show, which was put on by the fashion and design & merchandising programs at Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.